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Jump to new posts Re: New Piano - U1 vs B3 vs.. digital? by Norbert @ Today at 07:32 PM

Thanks Chris! Thinking you're always best man to ask these things! Norbert
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Jump to new posts Re: 1994 baldwin sd 10 concert grand by PianoWorksATL @ Today at 07:28 PM

Signatures on a piano can add interest, but rarely if ever add value. I'm guessing Joe Cocker signed a few pianos but I wonder how many Kevin Costner signed? Is there a crazy Costner fan club to advertise to? If the signatures weren't significant
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Jump to new posts Re: I bought new DP last week(Yamaha CP4) and played it. by Lester Burnham @ Today at 07:26 PM

Originally Posted By Kawai JamesOriginally Posted By peterwsPity . . . . . Pete, perhaps you can create your own YouTube channel, uploading videos that feature the DGX-650 and a view overlooking the Blackpool illuminations? Big ask... the Blackpo
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Jump to new posts Re: Can you mimic a soundboard effect on Kawai CA65? by Kawai James @ Today at 07:15 PM

Hello Sam, congratulations on the purchase of your CA65! Originally Posted By Sam Sam SamIs there a way, I could add a subwoofer/ studio monitor that would simulate a tactile response like the CA95? If so, what specific make/model/ settings etc? As
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Jump to new posts Re: Roland RD800 impressions and Comparison by bennevis @ Today at 06:47 PM

Originally Posted By EssBraceOriginally Posted By bennevisI do agree about the reliabiity of the action - I've been banging on my V for five years, for three to four hours a day, but it still feels like new. Perhaps you've forgotten that you had th
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Jump to new posts Re: Looking for a piano stand that is low enough... by Scott Hamlin @ Today at 06:40 PM

Originally Posted By dewsterI think they solved the stand problem a long time ago with the table form, Agreed - they are $65-$100 and really easy to set-up and adjust:
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Jump to new posts Re: Bench height very important by Charles Cohen @ Today at 06:28 PM

Tendon inflammation is typically an "overuse injury". It will heal, over time, with care. Tendon _tearing_ is usually traumatic -- like pulling on a wrench too hard, once, or spraining an ankle. Much more serious. You probably have som
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Jump to new posts Re: Chopin, Rondo's by Polyphonist @ Today at 06:06 PM

Originally Posted By DamonOriginally Posted By PolyphonistOriginally Posted By DamonOriginally Posted By PolyphonistGodowsky made one of his chromatic transcriptions of Opus 16, I'd like to hear that but couldn't find a recording on Youtube. The
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Jump to new posts Re: the .925 silver music rack on Liszt's Chickering by TwoSnowflakes @ Today at 05:55 PM

Looks just like the one on my piano!
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Jump to new posts I used to compose, but ... by Hrodulf @ Today at 05:45 PM

Lately whenever I've tried I didn't come up with anything good. I have come to think that composition can be practiced like any other art, but the only pieces I have experience writing are part writing (polyphony) and ragtime. I wouldn't know how t
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Originally Posted By PoverOriginally Posted By anamnesisOriginally Posted By PoverVid, Heather, and Cheeto, thank you very much for your tips! I genuinely appreciate the effort Do you find that sometimes you have to "drill in" the phrasi
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I think you should resize the photos. They don't really need to be such high resolution. People opening the thread on tablets, phones and expensive mobile data plans will be all be grateful!
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Jump to new posts Re: Recital 37 --- General Discussion Room by Monica K. @ Today at 04:40 PM

Okay, it took me way too long, but here's my last batch of comments. Let me extend a general congratulations to everybody who participated, and a general heartfelt thanks to all of you who have taken the time to comment on the entries. I know I app
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Here is a portrayal I found of as it was back in the day . . .
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Jump to new posts Re: Practice Rooms: Steinway Uprights vs. Cheaper Grands by beethoven986 @ Today at 03:31 PM

Personally, I'm not a fan of the All-Steinway program, for numerous reasons. I also think that Steinway uprights are a poor value, especially for a practice room, in addition to their being difficult to tune. Boston uprights would have been a better
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Jump to new posts Re: Tuning Lever System by Tunewerk @ Today at 03:12 PM

Well said, Jim! I'm glad these descriptions could be vindicating of your experience. I agree completely about science being often misused to disqualify the intuitive sense with models using overconfident assumptions. Thanks for adding in about twist
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Actually just bought the book in Amazon I'll let you know after reading it
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Jump to new posts Re: String Covers and Volume reduction by Chewbacca @ Today at 02:56 PM

Hello, My experience is that though a string cover can affect the sound it is only to a very limited extent vs changes in the room where the piano lives (even small ones). When trying to optimize my piano response to the room I found that other fa
Piano Teachers Forum
In the process of rhythmic education of students in the first place they should be able to play pulse of rhythm, and counting - later.Just as student in the study of elementary theory remembers and recognizes individual pitches, intervals and chord
Pianist Corner
Originally Posted By dolce sfogato I perform(ed) for instance Chopin's 24 etudes/24 preludes/4 ballades/4 scherzi/3 sonatas/4 impromptus, Schubert's op.90/op.142, Bach's Goldberg-variations, Rachmaninov's op.23/op.39, Debussy's Images, Ravel's Miroir
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Jump to new posts "Minuet In E Minor" by Larry G. Alexander @ Today at 02:35 PM

All, This is my "Minuet In E Minor". http://www.alexandermusic.com/resources/MinuetInEminorPiano.mp3 Regards, Larry Alexander
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Jump to new posts Re: When do you "Fire" a student? by keystring @ Today at 02:11 PM

Originally Posted By pavanne1No I don't really dismiss students but what I do is put them on what I call the "last chance program". If I continue having a problem with lack of practicing I assign them a piece and then tell the student or pa
My New Piano!
Jump to new posts Re: New piano by Bassano @ Today at 01:34 PM

Congrats to you! I've been interested in these pianos and their interesting ties between manufacturers. I hope you enjoy it for years to come!
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