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Originally Posted By Rich GalassiniOriginally Posted By CareyActually at least three local competitors carry the various brands mentioned. I was speaking specifically to the mention of Mason & Hamlin, Carey. I am sure you are correct though.
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Jump to new posts Re: A noob says "Hi!" by bellspiano @ 10/05/15 06:37 PM

I agree with Gene. You will be surprised how nice and helpful we can be, once you get to know us.
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Jump to new posts Re: 2015 Chopin Competition Megathread by AndrewJCW @ 10/05/15 06:36 PM

Great fun watching this with the youtube chat experts - 'too slow' 'too fast' 'no feel' 'no expression'.
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: A noob says "Hi!" by Gene Nelson @ 10/05/15 06:36 PM

Hello to you too: If I were you I would check out a local chapter of the piano technicians guild and take time to go to a meeting. Get to know the local techs. You will likely get some help, advice and some friendship in the tech community.
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Who has experience with pianoforall.com by dogperson @ 10/05/15 06:33 PM

There is an entire thread related to PianoForAll http://www.pianoworld.com/forum/ubbthreads.php/topics/2169640/1.html This was a general thread comparing method books http://www.pianoworld.com/forum/ubbthrea...tml#Post2388287
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Jump to new posts Re: Yamaha > Steinway > Kawai > Fazioli by bennevis @ 10/05/15 06:32 PM

Originally Posted By WithindaleDid anyone note who was playing the Fazioli at the Chopin competition? A Chinese pianist, Tian Lu, played it today. I don't know whether it was the position of the microphones (which remain in the same position for al
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Jump to new posts Re: Harmonies du soir - progress has apparently halted. by pianoloverus @ 10/05/15 06:32 PM

Originally Posted By SvennoOriginally Posted By Cheeto717I love higher levels of piano lessons, but they are often full of hypocricies and contradictions. Yes they are. And I'm not even in conservatory yet. But when you get the interpretive opinio
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Jump to new posts Re: Ravel Scarbo!!! by Carey @ 10/05/15 06:32 PM

Originally Posted By pianoloverus!!!!!!!!(I'm speechless) That makes two of us !!!!!!
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Originally Posted By tinyking12345https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qpOAXka6C2A My Favourite Nocturne Bravo George !! Thanks for sharing your videos with us and welcome to Piano World !!!
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Heavy action - how to make it lighter by rXd @ 10/05/15 06:20 PM

Yes. Whenever I have done this, the intention has been temporary on an already well regulated instrument, for a few hours only and the strip cut into seperate pieces to fit between the action standards. A really fine pianist can create the same eff
Piano Forum
I visited Living Pianos in Santa Ana last summer and had a delightful visit with them. Check out their website for a wide variety of used vintage instruments in your price range. http://livingpianos.com/pianos/ I played a Mason and Hamlin that was
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Jump to new posts Re: What used grand piano would you buy with $16,000? by JohnSprung @ 10/05/15 06:09 PM

Originally Posted By sam abdelSouthern California In that case, google "Hollywood Piano", "Past Perfect Piano", "Knauer Piano", and "Living Pianos". See what they have in your price range. Spend an hour or
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This is why you should only take lessons from one teacher at a time. It's hard enough when you disagree with your teacher. When they disagree with each other, it's far too much drama.
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I'm average height with smallish hands: 10th in LH (when I have time to prepare) and 9th in RH. I lost the tip of my RH pinky to frostbite some years ago, otherwise I might still be able to reach a 10th now, even at my very advanced old age........
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Moving grand to another room by JohnSprung @ 10/05/15 05:53 PM

No problem provided that the guys on the keyboard end can get a good grip. If not, consider using a couple sticks of 1 1/2" galvy or black pipe run under the piano to give them a safer grip. Wrap towels around the pipe to protect the finish.
Composer's Lounge
Jump to new posts Re: Is this an improvement? by TheHappyPianoMuse @ 10/05/15 05:48 PM

Originally Posted By Phil-60 Thanks anyway, for watching, and giving feedback -Appreciated. I will delete the video -and concentrate on my own compositions -I have had enough of being misunderstood I guess - No NO ... don't delete it. You put a
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Originally Posted By BruceDWhat an odd question, since the OP doesn't know any of us. Of what interest could the answer be? Stumped! Maybe he is trying to correlate hand size and height. I don't know if there is any expected pattern. 5'3 1/2 and a
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Jump to new posts Re: Did Liberace ever play the Moonlight 3rd mvt? by bennevis @ 10/05/15 05:44 PM

Originally Posted By PlowboySounds like Chopin to me! Priceless! I never knew it's possible to play Op.53 (morphing into La Paloma) on a harpsichord.....
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Headphones, open or closed? by AndrewJCW @ 10/05/15 05:37 PM

I use close because I really only wanted one pair of decent headphones and I wanted to used them for recording. Ideally you'd want both. If sound is the most important thing I'd get open, if you want them to be useful in isolating sound you get close
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Jump to new posts Re: Hardest Chopin Etude? and other questions.. by Incongruous @ 10/05/15 05:36 PM

Music is an art, not a sport. Hardest in what sense? I would like to know how many people have actually played them. I have small hands. I found Op. 25 No.6, No.10 and No. 11 easier than what people told me about them. I can't do Op. 10 No.1 and No
Adult Beginners Forum
The performer posted the video himself and in his own post admitted that after much frustration didn't persevere with learning it. Having said that's it's an exact scenario of what this thread is about. It's the some piece of music for goodness sakes
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: 2015 Chopin Competition Megathread by Albunea @ 10/05/15 05:26 PM

Today I could only see one.
Composer's Lounge
Jump to new posts Re: Is this an improvement? by TheHappyPianoMuse @ 10/05/15 05:25 PM

Originally Posted By Phil-60Here is my harmonisation to the Motive I used in my Tutorial -developed by 'TheHappyPianoMuse - https://musescore.com/user/5004706/scores/1268431 Turn your volume down -because it plays back very loud - I am SO sorry I
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Hardest Chopin Etude? and other questions.. by debussychopin @ 10/05/15 05:21 PM

1) I believe this has been answered satisfactorily here in this thread. However I would like to add , in my experience, the middle section of 10 3 is as hard as any etude I actually practiced or dabbled in. This is an etude in itself. Others have dif
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Did Liberace ever play the Moonlight 3rd mvt? by Plowboy @ 10/05/15 05:18 PM

Sounds like Chopin to me!
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