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Jump to new posts Re: Baroque Piano (Harpsichord) by JeanBaptisteLully @ 06/28/15 09:39 PM

Ahhhh, I'm sorry, I meant measures 11-20, it's not really clear which part is played with the left hand and which part with the right.
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Jump to new posts Re: Inharmonicity Math by Mark Cerisano, RPT @ 06/28/15 09:27 PM

Frequencies of partials given by, Fn = n * F (1 + 0.5(n^2 - 1) * B) (Fletcher, Blackham & Stratton 1962) Fn = frequency of partial (n) in Hertz n = partial number B = inharmonicity coefficient B values vary with note and fundamental freque
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Jump to new posts Re: The best thing I've learned on Piano World.... by Isabelle1949 @ 06/28/15 09:14 PM

Welcome Markmilo. So glad your realize the importance of the process. It can be enjoyable and challenging. That is what makes the goal so worth the work. Happy piano playing!!!
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Jump to new posts Re: F. Chopin, Etude No. 8 in F Major, Op. 10 by piano4te @ 06/28/15 09:04 PM

I love Chopin. I played most of his etudes. Thank you very much for subscribing to my channel.
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Cappuccino, if you go to Amazon.com, put in the search Adult All-in-One Course Level 1. You can look inside the book to see what you will be learning. It actually shows much more than most books on Amazon. Good luck! By the way, I have been throu
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Jump to new posts Re: June Piano Bar by LarryShone @ 06/28/15 07:04 PM

Originally Posted By Phil-60You played this beautifully-you create a lovely hypnotic, relaxed mood, which I enjoyed. Thanks!
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Originally Posted By dogpersonOriginally Posted By MorodienePersonally, I love it when a student brings a piece they are passionate about. It gives me insight as to what they like, if nothing else.. It sounds like your adult lessons are structured
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Jump to new posts Re: Sadly the Casio Px-5s is going back in favor of a PX780 by Alexander Borro @ 06/28/15 06:42 PM

Originally Posted By peterwsOriginally Posted By Alexander BorroI don't think many of these console pianos are that nice looking either in that price range unless your wife has that sort of IKEA taste, it is that sort of finish/style with the Casio.
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Jump to new posts Re: Choosing the next Chopin etude to learn by anamnesis @ 06/28/15 06:05 PM

Originally Posted By Cheeto717I thought the double thirds etude was not nearly as difficult as it sounded. 10/2 however....is pretty much fiendishly difficult all the way through. You can't really go wrong with either one though. Now, I must say t
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It's hard to play badly that well. http://youtu.be/AwKllFRKXzw
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Jump to new posts Re: Sunday Whittering by peterws @ 06/28/15 04:57 PM

I think Sarah Brightman had a big hand in popularization of classics. A trained dancer on Top of the Pops, she became Andrew Lloyd Webbers wife and her talents were consequently showcased. Her looks were, too of course. Half the UK fell in love wit
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Jump to new posts Re: hunting for a piano by Rickster @ 06/28/15 04:08 PM

Sounds like a plan!! If the I&P is one of the older, tall uprights, make sure you have lots of help moving it. Those old uprights are very heavy. Good luck, and post some pictures when you get it! Rick
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