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Jump to new posts Re: One More Comment by Withindale @ 02/25/15 02:50 AM

Originally Posted By Mark R.Originally Posted By WithindaleOriginally Posted By Mark R.Originally Posted By WithindaleDid you notice the 0.08 sec periodicity? No, I did not, because there is none... at least not as far as I can see.] Ellipses m
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: "40 Pieces A Year Club" for 2015 by sinophilia @ 02/25/15 02:45 AM

Originally Posted By earlofmarnice job sinophilia, personally I count a piece even if I make an unforced error in the recording. Cursing at the end won't help though lol I just said "non ci son banane!", which is a silly way of saying &q
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Una corda by wouter79 @ 02/25/15 02:28 AM

Originally Posted By chopin_r_usI have two 19th century uprights with true una corda pedals. They are a pure delight. I don't bother with normal upright left pedals - can't see the point as there's no change in timbre. Sounds nice! Can you post
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: "Real enough?" - Two new demos by dire tonic @ 02/25/15 02:20 AM

Originally Posted By TonyB I try to word my posts to reflect this sense and make plenty of room for others to have very different experiences. Those experiences can only become meaningful when we're comparing like with like. I suspect a tendency h
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: One More Comment by Mark R. @ 02/25/15 02:11 AM

All: My frequencies were only chosen for convenience. They were not intended as an audio example, but as a simple example of a perfect fifth, i.e. one note at frequency f, and another at frequency 1.5f. Had I known that the example would also be li
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: One More Comment by Mark R. @ 02/25/15 02:02 AM

Originally Posted By WithindaleOriginally Posted By Mark R.Originally Posted By WithindaleDid you notice the 0.08 sec periodicity? No, I did not, because there is none... at least not as far as I can see.] Ellipses marked at 0.08 sec intervals.
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Old (Hamilton?) Found in Depths Of My School by Ben_NZ @ 02/25/15 01:56 AM

You're back! When are we going to hear some boogie woogie?
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Question about Blue Danube piano score by phantomFive @ 02/25/15 01:39 AM

Ah yes, now Cziffra had truly stupendous technique.
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Jump to new posts First Scriabin! Op. 2 No. 2 Prelude in B Major by TwoSnowflakes @ 02/25/15 01:37 AM

Starting the Op. 2 No. 1 Etude this week but the little prelude that comes right after (No. 2) it caught my eye first, so this afternoon I tried it out, which mean I guess it gets to be my very first Scriabin: https://soundcloud.com/opusinprogres
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It's true that it's possible to avoid the service if you are not fit or mentally in shape, but it usually is not a good idea. Many employers don't see this as a good thing, but expect all males to have completed service. Of course not much of an issu
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Jump to new posts Re: Opinions on Van Cliburn's Performance Style by Lemongrass @ 02/25/15 01:08 AM

Sadly being a n00b at the piano and classical music in general, I "discovered" him after his death and I have to content myself with his recordings. But I do wish I had been able to see him in concert. He has said in interviews that he
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Jump to new posts Re: Perhaps an irrational fear, but a fear anyway... by Michael Sayers @ 02/25/15 12:57 AM

If you decide to participate in the military recruitment then maybe you can just plan to use the following year to get your technique even again and up to the required speeds before applying anywhere as a Piano Performance Major. Of course you could
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Jump to new posts Re: Honens Competition Quarterfinalists announced by Michael Sayers @ 02/25/15 12:53 AM

Congratulations Martin! Knock the jurors' socks off in the next round!
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: New piano loose front rail bushings by ando @ 02/25/15 12:51 AM

I'm not a tech, so you don't need to take my thoughts seriously, but as a pianist, I'd be outraged if my brand new piano was treated this way! I would insist on a new set of keys with the appropriately sized bushings. That was a ridiculously destruct
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: An una corda problem by rXd @ 02/25/15 12:44 AM

Originally Posted By MRCOriginally Posted By SMHaleyThis is further evidence the MRC is playing instruments where the voicing is not being maintained. Now, one can deliberately voice the shift position of the hammer for a difference in timbre. But t
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts One More Comment by PaintedPostDave @ 02/25/15 12:43 AM

That the sum of two waves at frequencies 10 and 15 Hz could generate a perceived tone at 5Hz is an ultra simple example of what happens with the low bass notes on a piano. The C1 note has little if any strength at 32.7 Hz. However, there is considera
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Jump to new posts LS_CLS_AC4C1 by PaintedPostDave @ 02/25/15 12:37 AM

LS, CLS and AC for C1
Piano Forum
Originally Posted By jzmeister1but, then when I play a piano like the Schimmel I happened upon at a store and everything is clean and clear, it feels a lot more inspiring. ...the Steinway has a more instantly resonant sound while the Wilhelm may be
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: New/returning to piano by Brian Lucas @ 02/25/15 12:22 AM

Set smaller goals (like being able to litem to and then play a simple melody) and pair that with learning the theory behind it (scales). When everybody thinks of lessons, they tend to think of the typical once a week lesson. However, you could also
Piano Teachers Forum
Jump to new posts Re: I Start a regular piano teaching gig soon...... by pianoman9 @ 02/25/15 12:21 AM

Yes, well the funny thing is that the school expects me to pay for the fingerprint card, which I thought was strange, if they expect me to make money for them, I thought they could make a small investment in me, but oh well. At any rate, any tips
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Thoughts on this program? by Lisztoid @ 02/25/15 12:08 AM

I do like the combination of Bach, Mozart, Schubert/Liszt, and Debussy... I think I'll end up looking over those. What do you guys think?
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Jump to new posts What song is this? (audio clip included) by Ms. Cadabra @ 02/25/15 12:07 AM

I was in a store earlier tonight, and I heard a piano rendition of this song that I know I heard several months ago (most likely in the same store), yet I can't seem to figure out what it is. I tried using Shazam, but nothing came up, and that was pr
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: 5 against 2. How to learn, practice? by pianoman9 @ 02/25/15 12:05 AM

Originally Posted By DanSCount: 1 2 3 & 4 5 The group of 2 happens on 1, and the & of 3. Try tapping the 5 in one hand while tapping on 1, and the & of 3 in the other. The key is to be able to do this and really feel the lower num
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Una corda by BruceD @ 02/25/15 12:03 AM

Originally Posted By WhoDwaldiSchubert, it strikes me, explored the high treble a great deal in his music. [...] Strange; I once mentioned exactly that thought to an internationally known performer and teacher with respect to Schubert's chamber mus
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: 5 against 2. How to learn, practice? by BruceD @ 02/24/15 11:59 PM

That should be the proverbial no-brainer. Both groups come together on the first note; the second of the group of two comes exactly between the third and fourth note of the group of five.
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