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Jump to new posts Re: Chopin Andante Spianato (From Grande Polonaise Brillante) by TheHappyPianoMuse @ 01/19/15 04:12 AM

A lovely performance ... the rubato perfectly balanced and a lovely rich melody floating over the bass. I am also impressed by your Kawai piano, I hadn't realized how far the digitials have come. This piece and the Grande Polonaise was a bat
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Jump to new posts Grotrian Pedal 2˝ yrs old by backto_study_piano @ 01/19/15 03:04 AM

Grotrian Pedal 2˝ yrs old
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Jump to new posts Re: Easy Chopin Nocturne by wimpiano @ 01/19/15 02:59 AM

The easiest Chopin piece is a Waltz, not a Nocturne as far as I know.. Especially his posthumous waltz in A minor.
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Jump to new posts Estonia pedal by xtype10 @ 01/19/15 12:43 AM

"brass" coming off
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To my ear these "Chorales" in the Nocturnes are sound like Funeral Marches
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Originally Posted By: PianoWorksATLInterestingly, Estonia is the only one that can delivery that high value NEW. If you were comparing NEW Grotrian, Förster & Steinway w/ Estonia, wouldn't everyone instantly recognize the huge advantage Estonia
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Jump to new posts Re: Young Chang console - value? by supersport @ 01/18/15 11:42 PM

Hope it will serve its new owner well. Maybe someone on a brand new piano adventure.
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Jump to new posts Re: Opinions on Roland F130R by Maechre @ 01/18/15 10:24 PM

Okay all you F130r people. I just placed my order and should have the piano set up in the next few days. Very exciting times!
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Jump to new posts Re: Argerich in Liszt's 6th Rhapsody by argerichfan @ 01/18/15 10:16 PM

Originally Posted By: Orange Soda KingEDIT: I posted in the wrong thread, had multiple tabs open and wasn't paying attention, sorry... ? Quote:I'm not as big on this piece as I used to be, but I marvel at how Martha plays it. Wow. Me neither these d
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Jump to new posts Re: Black key special paint. by jim ialeggio @ 01/18/15 10:01 PM

The problem with trying to finish blacks over old finish is the finger oils have seriously permeated the old finish. The finger crud, try as you will to clean it off, will contaminate anything you try and put over it. The crud is also why other coats
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Have you tried Peter Maxwell Davies's Farewell to Stromness, Yesnaby Ground, Three Sanday Pieces, An Orkney Tune, Snow Cloud over Lochan, and Stevie's Ferry to Hoy? There's also music by Howard Blake - from his Lifecycle (which includes the well-kno
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Do you have the humidities of the west recorded? Pianos made with modern glue are good here. I had a new Estonia 9 ft.. People with home climate control have very stable pianos here.
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Jump to new posts Re: Is this good price for a Yamaha S4? by Davepost @ 01/18/15 08:49 PM

If you are investing in yourself, you simply adore the piano and have plenty of cash for a piano that will drop in dollar value like a lead balloon, buy it. The treasure is yourself. An s4 that I played 10 years ago was absolutely wonderful. I wou
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Jump to new posts Re: Change of Password by John Adair @ 01/18/15 08:40 PM

Thank you so much. I do not come to this site very often, but when I do I find it most helpful.
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Jump to new posts Re: Getting Sharp Articulation by BDB @ 01/18/15 08:28 PM

You can practice release. Play the chords in a piece as blocks and release them in tempo.
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Jump to new posts Re: All about Roland FP-80 & FP-50!!! by Cmin @ 01/18/15 07:55 PM

HI jsanfilippo ! If it's not your headphones.... the sound over the four built in speakers is deceitful. It sounds beautiful. I also have noticed that the recordings (when listening back on other speakers) just don't sound as crisp and full as they
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No, the sarcasm alert was because he wants to learn to play popular songs and the teacher told him all about how he'd be able to play classical pieces.
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Jump to new posts Re: Left hand too loud by zillybug @ 01/18/15 07:30 PM

Ghosting is what my teacher has had me do and it does work really well. After 3 years its not too hard when you are only ghosting the left hand. Last year I had a piece where the right hand also had harmony as well as melody. That was a challenge to
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Jump to new posts Re: Tuning Lever System by OperaTenor @ 01/18/15 06:51 PM

Originally Posted By: David JensonOriginally Posted By: OperaTenorOriginally Posted By: David JensonOriginally Posted By: OperaTenor Me? I tend to give my Fujan a little baton twirl before I start... Darn! 'A tool snob showoff right here on Piano
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Jump to new posts Re: This main melody instrument by findingnemo2010 @ 01/18/15 06:42 PM

Originally Posted By: EM DeekaOriginally Posted By: findingnemo2010https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y7V7hAUaQys Can anyone identify this lead brass sounding instrument for me? I am so puzzled. What kind of instrument is it? The answer is there in
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Jump to new posts Re: Samara Plays The Ring by pianolearnerstride @ 01/18/15 06:23 PM

Originally Posted By: MusicaMusiqueOriginally Posted By: pianolearnerstrideNice! I enjoyed that, I thought you were going to climb out of the screen! I am glad you enjoyed that I would like to also climb out of the Screen but I only don't know h
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Piano Sound modules by ElmerJFudd @ 01/18/15 05:32 PM

True, but the Receptor resembles a PC (which it is) much more than any of the piano modules we're familiar with. They have an entry level model that is actually Peavey branded, MuseBox. Not sure which software pianos run on it. But worth checkin
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Jump to new posts Re: Deciding on Yamaha CG2 vs Kawai RX-6 by Carbonblob @ 01/18/15 04:29 PM

Congrats Vu! I had exactly the same buying experience as you. The dealer had every size of Kawai grands and I had played the RX2 at another dealer location. Had the dealer with the GX2 been able to break free the day I returned, that piano would pr
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Jump to new posts Re: Song recommendations by earlofmar @ 01/18/15 03:51 PM

you will find a searchable list of grade material here I am led to believe some of the upper levels are not accurate but for your purposes (grade 1) it should be fine.
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Jump to new posts Polonaise by Polyphonist @ 01/18/15 03:35 PM

A Chopin pastiche. Enjoy. (I tried to make it much more readable this time.)
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