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Jump to new posts Re: Broken Butt Plate - Replacement part? by musicNow @ Today at 02:19 AM

Thanks Chuck. I always enjoy reading your articles. Lot's of photos in this one; easy to follow and understand. - Rick
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: How struts define pitch variation between tunings by JohnSprung @ Today at 01:33 AM

Originally Posted By: Larry Buck Many bridges do not "jog" properly under the plate strut and this is one "symptom". That makes sense. Perhaps the OP can post a picture?
Piano Forum
Hi William. I am glad you answered my questions. I am pretty sure Turandot got to do what she got to do Btw, no apology needed in regards to the continental styling comment. I had read from a few other people that continental styling may not be a
Pianist Corner
Originally Posted By: trigalg693Sometimes you come across that one (usually very expensive) piano with the action that is just right, and it is incredibly easy to play, but even if you're a pro that's not what you get to play on most of the time. And
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Question about finger reach! by Art_Vandelay @ Today at 12:56 AM

Originally Posted By: GreenerOriginally Posted By: MALDI_ToFMight I suggest that if a roll is needed, and it is in a place where musically it might make sense, you use some rubato ... I will agree that this may make sense in some instances and be p
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Just got my first piano! What do I do now? by Dave B @ Yesterday at 11:53 PM

Get it tuned and most importantly, play it! You may have to try a few different piano techs until you find one your comfortable with. Budget for 3-4 visits per year. Congrats, Enjoy
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Famous mistakes by concert pianists by Kuanpiano @ Yesterday at 11:21 PM

Almost every pianist I've seen perform has messed up here and there - sometimes it's obvious mistakes, and other times it's more subtle. It happens, but I wouldn't say that wrong notes decrease how much I've liked the performances.
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Jump to new posts Re: Summer Composition Competition 2014 by Steve Chandler @ Yesterday at 10:23 PM

I thought I'd bump this thread since I've finished and recorded my piece and need to remember how to submit it. Do we still need to submit the score in musicXML or will a pdf do?
Adult Beginners Forum
MandyD, several years ago a guy named AW2PP (AlwaysWantedToPlayPiano) was taking lessons with his daughter (also somewhere around 8 years old), and I think the daughter played in two of the recitals. I don't know if they bent the rules for him or wh
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Jump to new posts Re: This sounds like Satie? by hreichgott @ Yesterday at 09:24 PM

I kinda see what the person means about Satie (try the Gnossiennes) but basically this piece is structured like pop music: repetitive broken chord figuration in a repeating chord progression, with increasing liberties taken in the melodic voice. Mayb
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