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Jump to new posts Re: Ligeti, Etude 13 by gooddog @ 09/01/15 10:45 PM

After listening to Greg Anderson play Etude #13 I liked it so much I purchased the score. Sadly, it is out of my reach - quite literally. I cannot reach a 10th and there are many of them. Rolling them just doesn't sound right.
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Jump to new posts Re: Piano storage by Chewbacca @ 09/01/15 10:30 PM

Thanks for sharing this. It ties in with my feeling that if humidity and temperature are stable, storing the piano should not be an issue. Now whether the storage facilities can be trusted 100% to achieve that is another story... I live in NYC where
Adult Beginners Forum
Nice to see everyone progressing so well! I've been doing other piano stuff but I still mumble through the Christmas song once or twice a day so hopefully it's getting there. I've learnt Minuet in G the past few days which will be my first real class
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Thanks for the feedback. Nahum: When I got to the line 17 I got stuck and at the time I posted a question here. What I ended up doing and is working fine and improving my skills a lot is to hold that Bb on the right hand and play all the rest with t
Adult Beginners Forum
Originally Posted By dogpersonOriginally Posted By ClsscLibOriginally Posted By debussychopinPianist Magazine is a well-made magazine , publication. Well worth the price to buy one or subscribe. Hard to find one at my nearest bookstore hardly ever on
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No, silly as it sounds, emotion does not have much connection with my music these days, either as a creative stimulus or as a reaction while playing or listening. It did fifty years ago, but seems to have been slowly replaced by an objective percepti
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: ES-7 vs CN25 by Kawai James @ 09/01/15 07:25 PM

Hello Venividivici, Originally Posted By VenividiviciIs there any reason to consider the ES7 over CN25 - If you all you want is good piano sounds and feel of the keys? Portability and feautres are rather moot. If you do not require portability or t
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Leaning Towards a Kawai ES8 by Kawai James @ 09/01/15 07:16 PM

Cheers Pete - that's a good deal!
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Audacity driving me bonkers by JimF @ 09/01/15 06:39 PM

Thanks Monica. I tried the reinstall, but it still didn't work...same problem. It took a while, but I found a question about the same problem in one of the Audacity forums...turns out it was a problem with the temp files the program creates when yo
Piano Teachers Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Choosing a piano teacher? by Morodiene @ 09/01/15 06:20 PM

Originally Posted By pe2DaveThanks Morodiene. Yes, I believe I'd have no problem answering those questions. I'd guess they're likely a teacher would ask me. Point taken re adults vs youngsters. I'd have to make that clear when asking. Retired,
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Jump to new posts Re: Nocturne op 9 No 1, bar # 23 notation question by briandang @ 09/01/15 04:56 PM

Hi Jim, As always thank you for your kind advice. I have to admit I didn't spend the time to learn through the music theory material. I bought the whole course work of Alfred piano books to teach my little girl when she was 6, and after we finished
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Jump to new posts Re: Prelude in C# Minor by AjLongsPiano @ 09/01/15 04:45 PM

Thank you everyone for your comments. This was my first serious composition so it definitely lacks mature craftsmanship. I think half the reason it sounds awkward is because of the way I performed it. Obviously some of the problems are from a composi
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Jump to new posts Re: Weird little prelude by JoelW @ 09/01/15 04:28 PM

Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Entropy Piano Tuner by Grandpianoman @ 09/01/15 04:18 PM

Isaac, thanks for the clarification. Ron, I re-tuned the bass to make sure my tuning by ear was as best as it could be. I did the next section Isaac, using the center string as you suggested, but I did not have time to do the rest of the piano. I
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Roland PHA 50 keybed by Bachus @ 09/01/15 03:56 PM

The new Roland LX-17 has a new keybed, the PHA 50... How does it compare to the PHA-4? ( the one in the RD 800 ). Did anyone get a hands on chance with this beatifull new Roland Piano?
Members Recordings - Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: The beauty of simplicity: Chopin Nocturne No.1, Op.9 No.1 by Orange Soda King @ 09/01/15 03:52 PM

I think you have a very beautiful sound and conception of this piece. I tend to agree with pianoloverus, and while you are right that there are many, many ways to play a piece, the rubato in the beginning was a little extreme to my taste. Of course,
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: My Yamaha YDP S51 -> And you ? by CaptainMusic1961 @ 09/01/15 03:44 PM

Hello Kyfran54, I too have the YDPs51. This is my first Digital piano as well. I'm totally enjoying it. I occasionally use the other voices, but the main Grand Piano is the one I use primarily. As I've mentioned in other comments, I've tried diff
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Kawai CA17 vs CA67 by Markarian @ 09/01/15 03:42 PM

I'm pretty sure the CA17 does not have the same action that the CA67 does, which represents the state of the art in Kawai's digital actions.
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