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Jump to new posts Re: Steinway Model R Upright by Erchoukyrie @ Today at 05:01 AM

Thanks, BDB. That reminds me that I understand the L and the O also have different string tensions (the O higher than the L, correct me if I am wrong). We came up with a figure of 34,065 lbs of tension for the R. If someone happened to have the nu
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Birdcage tuning by Olek @ Today at 04:20 AM

Originally Posted By chopin_r_usIt depends on the action. My Pleyel has an adjustment at the top of each wire so that the down motion is given a last minute bit of help. If you remove all the wires you'd need to re-adjust each. Yes because
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Hello Bill, I do not know how to express this, I learned with the ladder of thirds structure, and it took me some time to understand the small difference between both ways. A tuner should work both and choose of himself in my (humble!) opinion.
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Comparing a new upright with a new grand from the same vendor, I would not say that grands have heavier action. They have a more precise action, that's for sure. Yes, inside the action is very different and that's partly why the action of a grand is
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Who made my piano? by Rich Galassini @ Today at 03:29 AM

Originally Posted By guylChickering Brothers was also established in 1892... They were in Chicago (Chickering and Sons was in Boston). Of course! I knew that. It just didn't come to mind. Shoot. That is most likely what it is, IMHO. ....that wa
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Greetings from Portland, Oregon by TwoSnowflakes @ Today at 03:21 AM

Originally Posted By CassiaGreetings! If you're still in town, I recommend stopping by Classic Pianos in SE. I was just there today and they have a Bosie Imperial that is magnificent beyond expression. In my experience, they're very welcoming of pian
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Brand New Pianos Under $5000? by backto_study_piano @ Today at 03:06 AM

Originally Posted By RicksterHi Kenan, I see you've bumped your own thread twice already. Nothing in the rules against that, but I'm not so sure there is much else to be gained for you here in this thread. The title of your thread is new pianos un
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Abba's Dancing Queen piano up for auction by Markarian @ Today at 02:39 AM

It was Memorex.
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Where to get not published ABRSM exam pieces? by chopin_r_us @ Today at 02:16 AM

Any edits done by ABRSM are optional. You really want to get at first editions and study those. Printouts are fine from IMSLP as long as they are out of copyright in your country.
My New Piano!
Jump to new posts Re: Dream come true. Boston to Steinway by adamp88 @ Today at 01:23 AM

I wonder if it was commissioned for Tanglewood or just happened to spend a summer there. I was one of the piano techs there two summers ago, and there were several art case and crown jewel pianos there. Several (mainly crown jewel Ms and a couple L
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Jump to new posts Chopin: Nocturne No.13 in C minor, Op.48 No.1 by Samuel Puan @ Today at 12:06 AM

My interpretation. Please enjoy! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=em944lfKrAA&list=PLWJFXulbXc8BJqFTVzBV8Mu5IW7MYxhkQ&index=1
Pianist Corner
Originally Posted By Orange Soda KingI cry every time That was the first time I have heard this piece and I was delightfully shocked! Amazing!
Piano Teachers Forum
Jump to new posts Has anyone used Leila Fletcher method? by blueston @ Yesterday at 10:35 PM

One of my daughters has been using Leila Fletcher method with her piano teacher. She progressed very well the first 2-3 years but I'm afraid the last 1-2 years have been slow to make a lot of progress. The books take forever to finish. I don't see F
Member Recordings
Jump to new posts 5 Seconds of Summer - Jet Black Heart - Piano Tutorial by Phuc Pham @ Yesterday at 10:34 PM

5 Seconds of Summer - Jet Black Heart - Piano Tutorial
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Roland Juno Di 61 by bill5 @ Yesterday at 08:51 PM

Hi thx, yeah I'm in no hurry. Oh the (for example) Casio 350 certainly beats keys with no weight at all and likely most others than aren't no-kidding weighted/hammer action, but I don't think it's an all-or-nothing thing...that's why I'm curious a
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Faber Graduates by BrianDX @ Yesterday at 08:11 PM

mom3gram: I think there is some overlap between the end of Faber All In One Adult Book 1 and Accelerated Piano Adventures for the Older Beginner Book 2. That's OK, you can skip by the material you have already learned (or review it ) The nice thi
Pianist Corner - Non Classical
Jump to new posts Re: Suggestions for book of classic film music? by Hidden son of Teddy Wilson @ Yesterday at 07:36 PM

This book is pretty good http://www.shermusic.com/new/1883217091.shtml It has lots of tunes that were used in movies, by Gershwin, Cole Porter, etc, has lyrics, good chords, and verses for a lot of the tunes. It's not arranged, though - just the me
Piano Teachers Forum
Jump to new posts Re: PE-2 Pedal Extender question for owners by malkin @ Yesterday at 07:19 PM

I got a new recliner that smelled like an auto shop in the beginning. We couldn't take it outside to air out, but burning candles seemed to help. You could also post this question over on the Tuners & Techs forum. There are a bunch of Fix-Anyth
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: "Real Enough"? | Part 4 by sullivang @ Yesterday at 07:19 PM

Originally Posted By Philip_Johnston For all the debates about whether the "real enough" recordings are real or not, I promise you this: they sound much, much better than my 50-year old high-mileage G3 would have. It would be interesting
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Easiest Philip Wesley Piece? by Qazsedcft @ Yesterday at 06:20 PM

The whole sonata or just the first movement? If you can play the third movement you're pretty advanced. Anyway, if you like that kind of music check out Ludovico Einaudi as well.
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Book with Lullabies by Kristina1 @ Yesterday at 05:57 PM

Hello and congratulations! ... There are many lullabies composed by many different classical composers... For example Brahms not only became a childminder when Clara Schumann gave concerts but he also composed many lullabies for the Schumann children
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