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Jump to new posts Re: Samick plans suicide for Seiler by michaelha @ 04/11/14 11:56 PM

Originally Posted By: AlmavivaKurtZ, Who is Mike Carr? Searched for Mike Carr and it's coming back to me. Didn't realize he got banned. Last thread I think I remember him in he was going off on laminate soundboards in Hailuns. I didn't realize
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Chopin Sonata no.3 - analyse by Atrys @ 04/11/14 11:53 PM

Originally Posted By: Piano Doug Perhaps someone can enlighten me. If you haven't understood the thread so far, you never will.
Composer's Lounge
Jump to new posts Re: Tarantella in G flat by JoelW @ 04/11/14 11:51 PM

I don't quite get it. Maybe your playing would convey it better.
Piano Forum
Originally Posted By: Keith D KermanA bad piano often is a result of bad upbringing. At a young age, they watch too much TV and play too many video games. The parents are often to blame for not instilling discipline, but sometimes there is too muc
Piano Forum
This is a very subjective question. So I'll give you a subjective answer. A good piano is one that you don't think about while playing it, because you're too busy being swept away by the music you're playing. A relatively objective answer: A good p
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: April Piano Bar by N17 @ 04/11/14 11:42 PM

Thank you very much to everyone for the encouragement! Originally Posted By: ShannonGSo glad to see I am not the only rookie here. I couldn't agree more. Posting your first recording gave some inspiration for me to do the same.
Piano Forum
This is the funniest thing I've read all week! Well played, sir...
Composer's Lounge
Jump to new posts Re: Tarantella in G flat by Polyphonist @ 04/11/14 11:39 PM

What about the piece?
Composer's Lounge
Jump to new posts Re: Tarantella in G flat by JoelW @ 04/11/14 11:36 PM

I like your playing better.
Piano Teachers Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Teaching Rhythm by Jonathan Baker @ 04/11/14 11:35 PM

Originally Posted By: Gary D. But there is only one triplet, on beat one of the second to last measure, so every student I have taught has disliked this piece. One blasted triplet. I laughed out loud reading your post. Not in derision, my friend,
Piano Forum
A bad piano often is a result of bad upbringing. At a young age, they watch too much TV and play too many video games. The parents are often to blame for not instilling discipline, but sometimes there is too much discipline and the piano becomes b
Composer's Lounge
Jump to new posts Re: Tarantella in G flat by Polyphonist @ 04/11/14 11:35 PM

I guess this is going to need a MIDI. http://picosong.com/eUW7/
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Chopin Sonata no.3 - analyse by Piano Doug @ 04/11/14 11:32 PM

Looking at this thread from a purely objective basis, I'm trying to understand how a simple request for an analysis of a piano piece went so very much awry. Specifically, I'm having difficulty understanding how these 2 comments: Originally Posted B
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Wood vs. Plastic or Sheet Metal for case parts by Ed McMorrow, RPT @ 04/11/14 11:32 PM

Aren't you one Marty. You have a rebuilt Steinway or two if I remember. I don't think listing my client list without getting permission would be professional. Beside, you might accuse me of "self promotion". I simply couldn't suffer that i
Piano Forum
Quote:Or, if you really value a fine piano, and actually play it as the original designers built it to be capable of-you will find a perfectly restored fine grand to use for the rest of your life. Everybody knows this: a niche market at best...
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Old vs New....musicians/opinions by Ed McMorrow, RPT @ 04/11/14 11:27 PM

I have heard several Stad's that were mediocre, some that were wonderful, a Montangana cello that was more perfect than any other make cello I have ever heard. I have also heard newer string instruments that were superb. It may be more difficult t
Composer's Lounge
Jump to new posts Re: Prelude in E flat (this is a good one!) by JoelW @ 04/11/14 11:12 PM

You should just call this the "accidentals" prelude. Definitely interesting. A quality prelude. (nice octaves in 9 and 10)
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Ah yes, reverse well.
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Venezuelan Piano Waltz Performance by pianovenezolano @ 04/11/14 11:08 PM

Hi, I would like you take a look at my performance of a Venezuelan Piano Waltz, have a nice day Venezuelan Piano Waltz youtube Video
Pianist Corner - Non Classical
Jump to new posts Re: Cat Stevens Easy PIano? by Maarkr @ 04/11/14 11:04 PM

chordie.com been trying to learn Wild World... lots of hand movement for a newbie.
Piano Forum
A good piano will have a rich tone in the bass, and the treble won't sound "plinky." The touch will be uniform and it will feel pleasant to play. The notes can be played softly or loudly, unlike an old one I had that had to be pounded to m
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: New to digital painos by dmd @ 04/11/14 10:57 PM

Hey, if it works ... go with it. Do not look for issues. There will be plenty of opportunity for that later. Enjoy
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Beethoven 10/3 Study Thread by Polyphonist @ 04/11/14 10:56 PM

I prefer the pp section.
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Chorales for CATS by Polyphonist @ 04/11/14 10:55 PM

Originally Posted By: custard appleOriginally Posted By: knottyThat's very impressive Sure is. Nicely voiced and good tempo. Are you using the pedal ? Yes, I'm using a bit of pedal.
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Satinized Before/After Pictures by Oongawa @ 04/11/14 10:53 PM

You might love it once it's in your home, and the lighting will make an enormous difference. If the bench is the same finish, maybe you could take it home and see? I had a small white piano before this (black laquer) one. I did NOT want white but
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