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Jump to new posts Re: Grieg Concerto by CanCakmur @ 10/18/14 05:10 AM

Thanks a lot Hakki for the comment. It was a very stressful week because the first rehearsal was a bit of catastrophe. And I was quite happy with the development of the piece in few days. Still there are traces of that catastrophic first rehearsal bu
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Originally Posted By: petes1Originally Posted By: Sunnie_1992 I've tried the CN24 today,but i'm not quite a fan of it. the keys differ on weight and the high octaves sounded noticeable louder than the lower octaves. I thought it was maybe because I h
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Jump to new posts Re: New or old piano best for daily practice? by PianoWorksATL @ 10/18/14 02:17 AM

I will repeat this common sense observation from earlier in this thread. If the rebuild is in the price range of a new Feurich 161, then it is mostly cosmetic and will not be suitable for regular, daily practice. It is not possible to turn out a fu
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Jump to new posts Re: Hailun 178 vs. Ritmuller GH 170 by JonathanNV @ 10/18/14 02:16 AM

Ando isn't alone in being curious!
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Broken Grand Piano Lids by Del @ 10/18/14 12:15 AM

Many early grand lids used simple 3-ply construction. An edge-glued core (usually of poplar or some such wood) with a face veneer on each side having the grain running in the same direction as the core. Considering their construction these lids held
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Jump to new posts Re: Does the Patrick Cunningham offer still stand? by PhilipInChina @ 10/18/14 12:03 AM

Those interested might like to look up the case of "Carlyll v Carbolic Smokeball co.". (It is real, I didn't make that one up). An offer made lapses after a reasonable time in UK law. I imagine the same to be the case in most of the colon
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Playing This 3 Piece Can Improve Faster? by ChopinLives81 @ 10/17/14 10:49 PM

Yeah everything you said sounds like you should try learning more straightforward and simpler pieces. The Chopin etude especially, while it sounds easy, it's actually a little difficult to play.
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Faber Graduates by BrianDX @ 10/17/14 10:28 PM

Just passed the 1/3 finished mark for Level 3A. There are some really good pieces here, including several with Alberti bass, slightly more advanced left/right hand coordination, and tenuto just to name a few. Things seem get harder from here on in,
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Jump to new posts Re: Piano Plate Road Sign by PaintedPostDave @ 10/17/14 10:13 PM

Looks like the soundboard has a huge crack! BTW, Google Maps seems to think there is a Keaton Road near Chernobieff Pianos and Harpsichords (and also Mammoth Pianos), but no Eaton Road. Great sign!
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Jump to new posts Re: need a piece for my kawai by Robert 45 @ 10/17/14 07:00 PM

Probably best left to your piano tuner when you have the piano tuned. It is important to know exactly what kind of felt is required and the best kind of glue to use. Kind regards, Robert.
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Jump to new posts Re: Boston GP163/PE vs Kawai GE30 and GX1 BLAK by Carbonblob @ 10/17/14 06:12 PM

hey confused, I Don't know about the pricing on the models you're talking, so sorry about that. What caught my eye was the $15-20K! If you're spending that kind of loot, I would really suggest looking for a newer Kawai RX-3 (maybe even a GX3 used) o
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Jump to new posts Re: New Yamaha U3 pricing for West Coast ... HELP! by Carbonblob @ 10/17/14 05:58 PM

hey Marty! ok, back to post.........sorry
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Roland PHA vs lightweight action: pictures! by Doritos Flavoured @ 10/17/14 05:45 PM

so funny these guys
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Jump to new posts Re: Seventh Chords! Need Help by Byrotte @ 10/17/14 04:31 PM

Thanks I understood it now! There was just something that wouldn't click in my head. I guess I was tierd yesterday as I wrote this post 3 Am and figured that it was a good idea to improvise on pentatonic scales. At night I turn into a bluesplayer.
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Advice on Scales by hreichgott @ 10/17/14 04:30 PM

If your hands aren't more than two octaves apart you should be able to see them both at the same time. Make sure you are sitting far enough back from the keyboard that your elbows can comfortably pass in front of your body, keeping your back straight
Pianist Corner
As a renaissance lover I must say Dowlands immortal tune "Flow my tears" set by Byrd "Pavana Lachrymae" without a doubt in my mind. Or any other variation on the tune still captures the beautiful melody. Many composers has used th
Pianist Corner - Non Classical
Jump to new posts Eros Ramazotti Piu bella cosa cover by Danijelcro @ 10/17/14 03:10 PM

Eros Ramazotti Piu bella cosa cover https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NqAXJGoGMk0
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Jump to new posts Re: Posting Pictures- Need real directions that work by chernobieff @ 10/17/14 03:03 PM

Thank You Rickster that was easy to do. I would take that other post down, very confusing! Thanks everyone.
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Back Pain by Nahum @ 10/17/14 02:16 PM

Originally Posted By: jdwOriginally Posted By: Nahum Talking of Gould's position: it is clear that for him it was optimal. I'm not so sure about this. Sometimes really phenomenal players are able to get away with non-optimal positions--at least f
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Jump to new posts Re: Used Kawai 602-F? by Robert 45 @ 10/17/14 01:48 PM

Onree, Welcome to Piano World! Provided the used 1991 Kawai piano you are considering comes through an independent inspection with a good report, it may well suit a beginner pianist. The advantage of buying privately is of course is that the instrume
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Jump to new posts Mathushek Neo-square by Craig Hair @ 10/17/14 01:33 PM

Ad for retro designed spinet-square. It featured a modern grand action on square grand keyset.
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Jump to new posts Re: Petrof 131E - With Rennor Action by Tee Kay @ 10/17/14 12:44 PM

I'm new to this forum, and found my way here while looking for reviews of various makes and models of grand pianos. Since I had never heard of the Petrof brand, I just wanted to say, thank you for leaving this discussion in the archives. Without it
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: What actually happens to us when we improve? by DAVE_250 @ 10/17/14 12:27 PM

Here's an interesting read http://mollygebrian.files.wordpress.com/...in-research.pdf Also Eric Kandel talks about the hands and mind https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K0cnyqzqgkQ&feature=player_detailpage#t=1702
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: What stage piano stand for wobble free playing? by stevenclements @ 10/17/14 12:26 PM

I'm not worried about setup and moving this keyboard stand as it will sit in the studio and not hit the road. I may however add the casters to I can move the rack around for access as well as readjusting the room and cleaning up around it. I've go
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Any advice on songs I should learn? by ChopinLives81 @ 10/17/14 12:19 PM

In addition to what has been said already, I would suggest meeting in person with other pianists under casual circumstances and discuss music in general, it's very inspiring and motivating to watch someone playing music you love and be able to possib
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