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Jump to new posts Re: Restoring / Repairing Pianos for a Living by rXd @ 5 minutes 35 seconds ago

Originally Posted By bellspiano ...............,Part of what is important about piano home service, to me, is that the piano -- however apparently neglected -- is an important part of a family's tradition and a signifier of social and cultural status
Piano Teachers Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Teaching Advanced Students by keystring @ 7 minutes 41 seconds ago

Originally Posted By AZNpianoOriginally Posted By Peter K. MoseWe might make a distinction between a 12 to 15-year-old student encountering advanced-level repertoire for the first time, and an adult hobby pianist who already dabbles in this world. Th
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Relearning Forgotten Repertoire - who's done it by mimi9 @ 10 minutes 9 seconds ago

In the article that I just posted (yes, it is too long) the author offers this view of memorizers vs. sight readers. Don't know if he's right or not: "I believe that when one becomes really good at sight-reading, they often perceive an illusio
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Ideas or a type of finish? by WhoDwaldi @ 12 minutes 20 seconds ago

I dislike fallboard reflections while playing, but this is cool:
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: To share or not to share? by Sand Tiger @ 19 minutes 32 seconds ago

I have similar experiences. In particular, family rarely says anything. It can be discouraging. However, I still get out and perform at my local music group and sometimes at my church coffee house night. I still consider myself a beginner. I mostly p
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Kawai kg-2d what do you think? by Lee Ann @ 22 minutes 29 seconds ago

Originally Posted By Rickster[quote=Kubla] It's not often that someone visits my home that can play better than me (not to sound conceited). Rick
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Rubinstein Concerto 4 by Sean P @ 33 minutes 27 seconds ago

Eldridge thanks. I kinda needed a rough idea of level and I couldn't gage it properly myself based off the sheet music tbh! Originally Posted By doctor SWhen I was 16, it was considered a "youth concerto" (I got to play it twice with co
Member Recordings
Jump to new posts Re: Mendelssohn - Songs Without Words (Op. 19, No. 4) by f3r @ 33 minutes 29 seconds ago

To the exception of the people posting here and guests, this is a quite inactive forum... If you post in Pianist Corner - Member Recordings you will get feedback and tips if you ask. Pianists who post there are usually the experienced ones. In Adul
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: do I need to remove grooves in hammers? by Nathan Monteleone @ 38 minutes 40 seconds ago

Right, hammer reshaping is not a good thing to mess with if you're a beginner or DIYer. Besides potentially ruining the hammers you have to be prepared to work on the regulation - any change to the hammer weight or length is going to change how the o
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Profelt by Chris Leslie @ 45 minutes 53 seconds ago

Gene, what is Profelt and how does it work?
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: The traditional One Month to Recital thread by Ralphiano @ Today at 06:09 PM

I am not currently working on any "stretch" pieces, which are my favorites for the recitals. I just turned the ratchet up one notch, one grade level, in the pieces I am doing for the 40 Pieces a Year challenge. So, I will probably submit wh
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'Tough crowd here Ryan, but despite this I think you've done well in your presentation so please don't be discouraged. Thanks for your input and participation - oh and welcome to the forum (a little late, sorry). Regards, Andy
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: OT- colour scheme for the wall behind a piano by LXXXVIIIdentes @ Today at 05:48 PM

You did see the post last week about using stickers on a piano - and room? http://www.thisiscolossal.com/2012/01/yayoi-kusama-obiliteration-room/ Could be an alternative decorating scheme for Philip!
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Bosendorfer 170, 1980 or 2010? by Norbert @ Today at 05:48 PM

There's IMHO nobody who can give qualified advice in a case such as this. For one, the piano goes to a very young [lucky] child who may not quite yet appreciate the subtle difference of the variable makes and models on market. And "players matt
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Confused on finger numbering. by PianoStudent88 @ Today at 05:42 PM

Are you saying that you you find the fingering suggested in the score ambiguous? It's not at all ambiguous to me: a finger number does not appear on the 4th line until the 2nd measure. So the parsimonious interpretation is: don't change fingering
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: How much can a RPT improve a piano? by Gerry Johnston @ Today at 05:32 PM

Your automotive analogy is accurate. "You can't make a silk purse out of a sow's ear." A competent technician can make a piano as good as it can be. Keep in mind that "as good as it can be" may still not be very good. I just came
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Carpal tunnel surgery by JohnSprung @ Today at 05:28 PM

Originally Posted By asiamusicmanWhile I would prefer conservative treatment, I'm considering surgery. Google "Taubman Golandsky". They have by far the most successful conservative approach.
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: American music pre-1900 by JohnSprung @ Today at 05:21 PM

The mother lode of late 19th century American music is available for free download as scanned PDF's. Just Google the "Lester S. Levy Collection" at Johns Hopkins. Everything from 1922 and earlier is public domain.
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Test-driving/playing pianos by Norbert @ Today at 05:21 PM

Quote: I also found the action [Estonia] was a little too heavy (is that the right word) because I had to really concentrate to get trills to come out without losing some of the notes in the trill. The dealer told me it had to be played in a little b
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: DP with good orchestral sounds? by Bosendorff @ Today at 05:07 PM

Originally Posted By Kawai JamesKurzweil boards are often praised for their orchestral sounds. +1
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Schimmel W180 || Yamaha C2X by Norbert @ Today at 04:44 PM

Quote:Seriously though, over the past two years I have played about a dozen other pianos roughly in the CX class, and ours is my favorite so far. Of course there dozens more that I have not played; I guess that's the way it goes... When comparing p
Pianist Corner - Non Classical
Thanks mark, Names of pianists of that specific genre would be greatly appreciated. To be honest i do not listen to a wide array of jazz pianists, mostly that of oscar peterson and art tatum, ( tatum transcriptions are usually out my league LOL ) An
Pianist Corner - Non Classical
Jump to new posts Re: Wheel of Fourths - Jazz by jjo @ Today at 04:40 PM

Really, it's hard to find jazz tunes that don't, at least in part, use the ii-V-I progression. After 1960, folks starting writing tunes that didn't use that, but before that, they all did. Just crack open the Real Book and you'll likely find ii-V-I
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Help identifying my piano? by David-G @ Today at 04:35 PM

There is certainly no point in restoration that is unnecessary. As has been suggested, the piano might benefit from having the action regulated, though you might find that like my piano (which is of a similar date) precise regulation may be difficul
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Antique Virgil Practice Piano by dougnlindsay @ Today at 04:32 PM

Hello, I have recently received one of these Virgil practice pianos. I have no room for it and would love for it to go to someone who would appreciate it. Would be great if it was on a display somewhere. How much do I ask for it? Where do I put a add
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