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Jump to new posts Re: How do you sit? by Isabelle1949 @ 05/01/16 08:21 PM

I'm 5'2", petite and have a professional bench. I guess height of bench should have my feet flat on floor? Will my forearms be parallel to the floor at that height. No mirror to get side view. My butt goes numb sometimes too!!!
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Jump to new posts Re: I played it worse at home. by Piano*Dad @ 05/01/16 08:16 PM

Originally Posted By AZNpianoI've yet to teach a student who plays better at recital/competition/festival/exam than at lessons. I might have taught a few kids who can thrive no matter how many people are in the audience. But 99% of the students pla
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Jump to new posts Re: Tuning high-layer pinboards? by Ed McMorrow, RPT @ 05/01/16 06:47 PM

In my limited experience with newer Bluthners. They use such careful production methods that you should experience no problem with the denser block. Denser pin-blocks are more difficult to drill without getting uneven tuning pin torque with most of t
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Jump to new posts Re: Settling in your new piano by Ed McMorrow, RPT @ 05/01/16 06:42 PM

Wood takes on water vapor about five times faster than it releases it. So if you are expecting the humidity to rise in your piano's home, delay tuning until about 5 days after the increase is accomplished. If going into the drier season, wait about a
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Jump to new posts Re: Berkshire County, MA Party for Piano Enthusiasts!!! by Piano World @ 05/01/16 06:15 PM

Hi Ghazi, Sounds like fun. If we weren't 4+ hours away I'd considering joining you. We still might, depends on when. Pretty country in Western MA. Come on folks, we must have other members in western MA, southwestern NH, northwest CT, or eastern NY
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Jump to new posts Re: Sheetmusic for piano solo by dogperson @ 05/01/16 05:50 PM

daz Any of the current pop music that has been arranged for piano only is not cheap, from any vendor, because the arranger needs to pay copyright fees. You might look at some arrangement anthologies of popular music, as you will get several pieces
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Is it possible to extract and replace the wood in the action rails
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