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Jump to new posts Re: podcast recommendation? by dogperson @ Yesterday at 03:49 PM

Chopin documentary: The Women Behind The Music https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4rOOLm3n6GY Rubenstein Documentary https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VFEsLdERZwI Horowitz: The Last Romantic https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ey2SHijm9fk&list=PL9
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Jump to new posts Re: Bulgaria 2017 by malkin @ Yesterday at 03:48 PM

Furiously scouring airfares.
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Jump to new posts Re: Best app for learning classical piano peices? by Goof @ Yesterday at 03:41 PM

Not really all that difficult to read music if you giv it a serious try. once the basics are known all the little signs just drop in.
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I think there was a thread here on this subject but I cannot find it. Ian
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Jump to new posts Re: Older Cunningham pianos by mc_2 @ Yesterday at 02:12 PM

Originally Posted By Rich Galassini Originally Posted By Miguel ReyNo manufacture name anywhere yet a serial#? large crack horribly out of tune? You might want to move on, a lot of options out there. I agree with you Miguel. mc_2, This does
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Jump to new posts Re: Pianoteq settings - What is limiting me - CPU or soundcard? by Marcos Daniel @ Yesterday at 01:58 PM

I've found that mi laptop (i7 4710mq 8Gb RAM) has the internal sound chip on the same irq than wifi card... If the connection is active, it does not matter the settings, from time to time there will be some glitches. On older operating systems those
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Jump to new posts Re: Cleaning the brass by LindebladPiano @ Yesterday at 01:47 PM

Hello, We use Flitz Polish on brass exteriors. http://www.flitz.com/ However, polish only solid brass; don’t polish nickel. This resource references soap and warm water or a white vinegar solution for stubborn nickel spots. https://www.referenc
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MarkH, in my country it is a must if you want to stay at the university. They can transfer you into senior lecturer position but our authorities have been reforming the system to make it even cheaper for central budget, so there is no guarantee that
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Jump to new posts Re: CLP 585, LX-7 and LX-17 key weight by Gombessa @ Yesterday at 12:57 PM

All DPs have touch sensitivity settings; it can have a profound effect on the perception of light or heavy action!
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Jump to new posts Re: Short sustained sound of Boston GP 193 by S. Phillips @ Yesterday at 12:45 PM

I always try to keep it really simple. The first thing I would do is very very lightly seat the strings on the bridge with a vertical hammer shank by gently tapping just to the side of the bearing point of the string/ bridge pin. You would be surpr
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Kalos Piano - I hope you can join us! UKIkarus - I hope you can work it into your plans! It would be nice to see you again.
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Jump to new posts Re: Adding a spiral binder to music books by Theory Grl @ Yesterday at 12:29 PM

My equipment was all things that I had left over from my teaching career, so I use it rather than pay someone else to bind my books. The spiral binder was about $50. Paper cutter around &35. Plastic binding combs are approximately $5 a box depend
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Jump to new posts Re: Roland FP-90 by Goss @ Yesterday at 12:13 PM

and the controls, and rainlink, and the expansion slots, and.. ^^
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Originally Posted By pianoloverusI'm going to sneak in the night before through the adjacent building(I actually did this for Horowitz's 1966 Historic Return recital!)and paint the upper balcony orange, OK? I'm for it. Small point: The Historic Re
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Jump to new posts Re: Jazz versions of classical music by SonatainfSharp @ Yesterday at 11:08 AM

Originally Posted By pianoloverusand the best Fur Elise ever: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mCfGXwx1mJs Most of the 2 million views on that video are me from watching it over the years again and again and again.
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Jump to new posts Busking Nord Electro 4 + Vocal: POWER by AndrewMac @ Yesterday at 11:03 AM

Hi there, I´m new here, this is my first post! I´m planning to Busk to get a bit of extra cash always needed. What i have: - Nord Electro 4 - vocal mic (shure beta) What i need: - Amplifier for both vocal and keys - Power for keys and amplif
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Jump to new posts Re: Layla piano section by jgcross007 @ Yesterday at 10:37 AM

This is a very old thread, but I read some interesting sidebar discussions on the recording...here is another... my daughter, who is a journalist at a newspaper, had occasion to interview Rita Coolidge who was playing a local concert. Rita says that
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It's worth a try, especially if it's what it takes to get the gig. After showing them your chops, you could quietly drop the laptop if what you are using is piano sounds. For live performance the Casio should be perfectly good enough. I've had enou
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Originally Posted By Isabelle1949Johan, consulting in the health care field. People at home will have to wear ear plugs, because I will practice from 10 pm to 1130-12 nightly. I don't want my duet partner to fire me!!! Isabelle, 10 pm?......mmmm
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Jump to new posts Re: Does this melody EXIST? Or is it original? by wr @ Yesterday at 09:17 AM

To me, it sounds like a snippet from a old movie soundtrack.
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Jump to new posts Re: and now for something entirely different, the Lowery Rialto by David Farley @ Yesterday at 09:09 AM

If it's Electones we're talking about now, check out ameri1122's Youtube channel. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCydZCRRL5KKm3eqRzgkNs2g
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Jump to new posts Re: Does the Kawai CS-11 have a soft-close lid? by Goss @ Yesterday at 08:52 AM

Look at it from another point of view - if they persist in closing the fallboard on their fingers, it will save lots in piano lessons ;P
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Jump to new posts Re: Scherzo from Beethoven sonata no. 3 by DanL @ Yesterday at 08:26 AM

Originally Posted By phantomFiveThe playing is fine......do you enjoy playing this piece? I do. My favored one among the whole sonata. Originally Posted By pianoloverusMy suggestion would be to work on the rhythmic steadiness. Try practicing it wi
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Jump to new posts Re: Another opinion seeker for upright piano by Davdoc @ Yesterday at 08:11 AM

Originally Posted By BeemerOriginally Posted By DavdocOriginally Posted By terminaldegreeOriginally Posted By gnuboiA better question would be do most students, even those who can go on to conservatory, need that authentic grand action? In the cas
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Jump to new posts Re: The Order of The Red Dot XLV by CarlosCC @ Yesterday at 08:09 AM

Thank you Monica and MarieJ
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