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Jump to new posts Re: Using pedal and leg issues by Johan B @ 01/31/16 05:25 PM

Originally Posted By f3rOriginally Posted By bennevisOriginally Posted By Johan BHi there, Anybody who also know this....... When I played my previous yamaha clp 320 I had problems at my leg during much using the right pedal.......pain on the tibia
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Jump to new posts Re: Chopin Waltz Op. 64 no. 2 (recital) by SiFi @ 01/31/16 05:22 PM

I'll leave comments on the performance to others, but just wanted to say well done on getting up there and baring your soul on stage. I hope it was a positive experience for you and that you get some helpful feedback. PS, Do you have a good teacher
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
probably.. The false soundboard was sometimes only partially over the strings, leaving the treble uncovered. I Think it had to do mostly with getting the low and tenor ranges to blend. Just an impression.. There is no written article of the time t
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: New Series of HP and LX Pianos from Roland by Nordomus @ 01/31/16 05:22 PM

Yea uneven keyboard got to me too, but it doesn't matter much except for asthetics. About "clicking" I have some on middle E mostly, I'll probably call support to resolve this, but other than that it is much better keyboard than last one an
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This is very impressive, but I can see one potential downside: The mental energy it takes to keep two patterns going at once could distract from the point of Hanon in general: developing evenness. Hanon made them mindless so you could really conce
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Jump to new posts Re: Doing Recording vs Live Performance by SiFi @ 01/31/16 05:16 PM

Originally Posted By laguna_gregDon't beat yourself up about that. The burned hand is always the best teacher, most unfortunately. The first time I ever put together a demo tape in a studio was THE WORST experience I've ever had recording anything.
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Originally Posted By Hendrik42In Europe, they put "penalty taxes" on solar panels from China, two, three years ago. As a result, prices rose and a lot of companies who installed solar panels went out of business. It is not as simple as th
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Originally Posted By stamkorgI am on the way to replace my system. With a new pc and a better processor, I am sure to be able to avoid these dropouts at 64 samples. Now, the question is should I try to obtain 32 samples? But then, the cost will be hi
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Originally Posted By MacMacMacI think this is being beaten to death, don't you? Maybe for people with more than 4000 posts but not for somebody with 157. Take a chill pill.
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Jump to new posts Re: Pathetique tremolo - Valentina Listitsa hand position by dolce sfogato @ 01/31/16 05:00 PM

bad technique, bad performance, bad bad bad
Adult Beginners Forum
Assuming that you were able to play the original versions of Für Elise and Comptine d'un autre été reasonably well, you might be able to try these: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hPxs3np5oJo https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YGRO05WcNDk https:/
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In Europe, they put "penalty taxes" on solar panels from China, two, three years ago. As a result, prices rose and a lot of companies who installed solar panels went out of business. So I wonder how much a "normal" piano store ne
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Come to think of it, tariffs in the U.S. on Chinese pianos might have only a negligible impact on the Chinese piano industry. It's largely a domestic industry, and they are a net importer of pianos. Relatively few leave China for the U.S. U.S. pian
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Originally Posted By laguna_gregOriginally Posted By Carey Impressive !! But what did those two students achieve in music after that? Well, the boy made a concert tour of Eastern Europe when he was 13, with the Mussorgksy Pictures being his call
Adult Beginners Forum
Was gonna do a better recording tonight. But I been painting. And I discover Im allergic to paint, though it has no smell. . . Guess which room I painted . . .
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Quote:Yes, that is indeed the case. When politics (or religion) are mentioned here on PW, things spiral out of control when those who feel deeply and emotionally about their thoughts and beliefs chime in, and it is contrary to the ideology of others;
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It is an uneven playing field, but you must do the calculation properly. The 17.5% VAT and the 4.7% sales tax apply to all brands of pianos. There is less tax in Colorado than China, but the amount of tax does not affect which brand to buy, althoug
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: $17,800 for a 2000 Estonia L190... Too much?? by Mark... @ 01/31/16 04:43 PM

Originally Posted By Dre3030Mark, Did you not like the Estonia piano? No it had some issues with metallic overtones that could never get resolved.
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Synchronizing Dip, Aftertouch and Blow by Gene Nelson @ 01/31/16 04:37 PM

I have always found that level keys and consistent dip are a good place to start. then after let off and drop are close enough and jack knuckle alignment are close enough, fine tuning the aftertouch by either changing blow distance or key dip is good
Adult Beginners Forum
Hello, Sorry if I post on the wrong place or ask about an already existing thread. This is my first post on this website. I'm a self taught - beginner pianist who is looking for a new piece to play. I have been playing since march this year and I h
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Jump to new posts Re: ABRSM Repertoire? by fatar760 @ 01/31/16 04:26 PM

Haha maybe.... Although their previous teacher was a male from Poland and she was a ten year old girl from Barbados...not really sure why they'd be looking for a new teacher if they had a nice 'deal' with their current one! Plus, must repeat, that
Adult Beginners Forum
With any book of tips, take what you find useful and leave the rest. What can be generalised to a lot of people won't work for everyone. Ha ha, when you get used to swinging your eighth notes, it can be tricky to not want to swing your notes due to
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: ABRSM Repertoire? by bennevis @ 01/31/16 04:22 PM

Originally Posted By fatar760 I have no idea! I'd liked to have found out. It's not unknown for students to ask/cajole/bribe others to do music exams on their behalf . After all, the examiner has no idea what you look like.........
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts any prepared piano experience? by Gene Nelson @ 01/31/16 04:22 PM

Any concert techs out there ever work with a group called "Igudesman & Joo" thx for any feedback if you have.
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: ABRSM Repertoire? by fatar760 @ 01/31/16 04:18 PM

I have no idea! I'd liked to have found out.
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