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Jump to new posts Re: Appropriate way to ask questions? by wouter79 @ Today at 02:33 AM

Originally Posted By: Pover I want to ask the teacher at the conservatory whether or not they know the pieces I want to learn, and if they know how to help me or not. But I want to ask them in a polite way, and avoid sounding condescending or anythi
Just For The Fun of It
Jump to new posts Re: This is punny by leel @ Today at 02:27 AM

Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Please analyse and comment on this tuning-thanks by tonyster220763 @ Today at 02:20 AM

Hello friends and thanks for your input. The reason I'm asking is that I have it seems the false impression, that if one clearly hears the beats in a chord (between unisons), then the unisons are good. The way I figured (falsely it seems) is that
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Just for those totally devoted to Chopin by Elene @ Today at 01:38 AM

I hope you enjoy "Chopin: Pianist and Teacher," Batuhan. It's a must for anyone who is seriously studying Chopin, I think. Maybe not something to read straight through, because there is so very much information in it, but a great book to
Pianist Corner - Non Classical
Jump to new posts Re: Linus and Lucy Swing Section by SapporoDave @ Today at 01:12 AM

Haha, I didn't look at the date. Just goes to show that nothing ever dies on the internet! The book looks good. It would be interesting to find out first if his swing parts are different from mine. Best Wishes, Dave
Piano Teachers Forum
Ultimately, at the end of the day, people must have a passion for learning the piano. It takes too long, and involves too much work, over years, to stick with it unless there is a driving passionate motivation to learn to play well. Passion is the e
Pianist Corner - Non Classical
Jump to new posts Re: Stumbled across this today - Hiromi by rintincop @ Today at 12:06 AM

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Jump to new posts Re: 1983 Hamburg Steinway A by angga888 @ Yesterday at 10:21 PM

Hamburg Steinway commands higher resale price especially in USA, because of its rarity. Quality wise, I am sure the newer NY Steinway has been catching up with the Hamburg counterparts, so for that amount of money, you could consider recent-model NY
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Roland 300GX. Advice please. by anotherscott @ Yesterday at 09:42 PM

Originally Posted By: Marko in BostonGot to say that Kurz sounds very nice and rock solid build BUT they really should address the action. It's ok, sort of a GHS-ish kind of light peculiar action. Not bad by any means, but deserves better on a nice D
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Essex EGP-155C vs Hailun HG 161 by Emissary52 @ Yesterday at 09:03 PM

Paleostudent - Before you make your decision, I suggest you try a Ritmuller GH160R and a GH170R. Ritmuller and Essex pianos are both made by Pearl River. The Essex and Ritmuller pianos sound much nicer than the equivalent-sized models in the Pearl Ri
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Dealers on wheels - good deal or avoid like the plague? by ChickGrand @ Yesterday at 08:53 PM

I will confess that I bought my first piano off of a truck, about 40 years ago. A guy rang my doorbell and said he was selling them and had a dozen on his 18-wheeler and asked if I would be interested. I lived in the most modest house in a neighbor
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: HELP! short list. KAWAI CE220 (B stock) or Kawai DPK90 by David Farley @ Yesterday at 08:34 PM

If I was going to let a digital piano freeze, I'd worry more about moisture condensing inside the case when it warmed up again than I would the wooden keys. However I think a couple people here have posted about keeping their pianos in cold storage w
Organs - Electronic (B3 etc.), Pipe & Theatre
Jump to new posts Re: Question on Kawai CA65 functions by Kawai James @ Yesterday at 08:21 PM

Hello ColinDS, I responded to your query in the other thread, here. Kind regards, James x
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Fantastic work and documentation, Chuck! I'm also a fan of documenting work projects, as it lets me indulge my love of photography. It's really great to be able to see the work progress through pictures, and gives me (and everyone who views the pic
Composer's Lounge
Jump to new posts Re: Experimental piece by JoelW @ Yesterday at 06:21 PM

Nikolas, In what way is it random?
Pianist Corner - Non Classical
Jump to new posts Re: Modern Jazz Pianists and Compositions by T E Bekken @ Yesterday at 03:58 PM

Check out Lafayette Gilchrist. He used to play with David Murray, as well as his own band The New Volcanoes. Just recently, he released a wonderful solo piano album; 'The View From Here'.
Pianist Corner - Non Classical
Jump to new posts Re: Keeping swing feel in very fast tempo by Nahum @ Yesterday at 03:40 PM

Mark, I do not know - if I can answer to your post, which was removed?
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Tchaikovsky Romance in F minor - WOW! by Pover @ Yesterday at 03:30 PM

Heather I just saw your post, sorry! That contains a wealth of music! And it's great to know that all of it was from members of this forum! I need a place like this in real life... BDB, thanks for the suggestions. Now that you mention Tchaikovsky
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Jump to new posts Re: European Piano Party 2015 in Switzerland! by torquenale @ Yesterday at 02:58 PM

Great SwissSM!
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Ronsen Hammers by Miguel Rey @ Yesterday at 02:29 PM

All cold pressed. But best to call ronsen direct.
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Chopin - Op. 25 No. 1 by DameMyra @ Yesterday at 02:13 PM

This is a piece that also benefits from practicing in broken rhythms.
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Baldwin Upright Tone by SMHaley @ Yesterday at 01:46 PM

Originally Posted By: rxdYes. I remember the 6,000. Strange feel. I remember playing with the regulation to see if I could get the relationship between the bottoming of the key and the moment of hammer strike closer. I couldn't make enough differenc
FAQ - Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Advice on Baby Grand Piano : KAWAI GE 1 vs KAWAI GM-10K by terminaldegree @ Yesterday at 01:17 PM

I agree with wimpiano on both counts - post this in the correct section for more answers. You are looking at used, entry-level, very small grand pianos. Speaking as a teacher, I would not perceive of much of a benefit in the actions of these over a
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Amsterdam; play me....grand piano by Johan B @ Yesterday at 01:05 PM

Originally Posted By: noelpianoHaha, inspiring stuff. Would be great to have the skills to just sit down and play in public like that. Yes, Noel.....I only can play from sheetmusic ......so I can only sit down and play from my iPad...... I like it
Pianist Corner - Non Classical
Jump to new posts Re: Please show me how to play this song!! by Nahum @ Yesterday at 12:57 PM

Originally Posted By: MrSnrub What software did you use?? I use two softwares : my dear old Sibelius 4 and my good old ears ( without forgetting the experience ).
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