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Jump to new posts Re: What adult beginners should be learning by Isabelle1949 @ Yesterday at 11:12 AM

Before we Internet and GPS, if we had to travel to an unfamiliar place, we used a map. Look at printed music as if it were a map and the keys on the piano as if it were the road you have to travel. You know that if it were really a map and you didn't
Pianist Corner - Non Classical
Originally Posted By gracegrenIt has been my experience that nothing gets one in the woodshed to practice better than an upcoming gig or even the prospect of a jam session where I need to prepare a few tunes. I am asking myself the same question abo
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Jump to new posts Re: Impromptu in majors and minors (Impromptu 2) by Skinkken @ Yesterday at 10:30 AM

I have to bump thread because I can't edit posts: Pianosociety links are dead. New links here: Sheet music: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B3J4hi2EEiX9MXRSc1BHbW1yeWs MP3: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B3J4hi2EEiX9RGZQaTdXNUt6MG8 Same on yout
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Jump to new posts The Lonely Pianist by Simon Hester @ Yesterday at 09:38 AM

The Lonely Pianist on YouTube]The Lonely Pianist Dear Friends-Here is my new YouTube channel, exploring my love of Piano Improvising. Please do take a look at my first few videos and feel free to subscribe or comment. Thank you All good wishes Sim
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Jump to new posts Re: Prelude in E minor - My first composition by Skinkken @ Yesterday at 09:38 AM

I have to bump thread because I can't edit posts: Pianosociety links are dead. New links here: Sheet music: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B3J4hi2EEiX9V0RNYzdHTzdlUlk MP3: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B3J4hi2EEiX9aHl5b0xZRHpfTUk With video:
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Jump to new posts Re: Impromptu in d minor by Skinkken @ Yesterday at 09:34 AM

I have to bump thread because I can't edit posts: Pianosociety links are dead. New links here: Sheet music: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B3J4hi2EEiX9c0k3Z3VWYVVIN2c MP3: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B3J4hi2EEiX9TnFUdTVsZzVZQUk Same here:
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Jump to new posts Re: Question About Fingering/Technique by newbert @ Yesterday at 08:54 AM

Originally Posted By hreichgottOriginally Posted By newbertOriginally Posted By Isabelle1949Newbert, is that chord held for the e and d? Yes, the chord of F-A-B is held for the e and d. Thanks to all for your responses so far. Without seeing y
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Jump to new posts Re: Problem reading one area in bass clef by samasap @ Yesterday at 07:34 AM

Hi Why don't you write the letters down just for one short passage where the notes are played and then visualise where the are positioned on the piano and do these sections by memory. Once you have memorised it when you then look at the music it wi
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Jump to new posts Re: Is right hand D7 supposed to be this hard? by samasap @ Yesterday at 07:26 AM

How about inverting it for now until you get more confident with the positions try 1 2 3 5 C D F# A
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: New acoustic grand in the Nord Piano Library by voodooblues @ Yesterday at 07:14 AM

A bit like the Bright Grand, but after short tryout I feel like it works better together with the NP1 action. I like it, sounds jazzy to me Also if you missed it, there are 2 new DX7 samples availble.
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Are there terms for this playstyle of the piano? by samasap @ Yesterday at 06:55 AM

Hi Yes there is a difference. All pieces of music can be arranged as a melody but you can also play the chords and accompany yourself. It's great to learn songs both ways as it gives you a better understanding of how the music system works. If you
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Originally Posted By Nahum[quote=the nosy ape] Apparently he used a single word which would fit the quote quite well. Unconstrained?
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Sorry, I missed your post where you recommended Casio XW. When I've read OP post, the first thing that came to my mind was PX5-S. It perfectly fits his needs. I hate "spend more money" advices, but in this case it's really worth doing.
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