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Jump to new posts Re: My Blüthner by Sam4 @ Today at 04:56 PM

Very nice bud, your an excellent player, you and me obviously have different tastes though in what we want out of a piano, but that's alright, that's why there are different kinds of piano to pick from.
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Jump to new posts Re: MOYD 2014 by casinitaly @ Today at 04:50 PM

ok - enjoy your vacation.
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Jump to new posts Re: Pop Piano Pro - Hot Tips and Mini Lessons by blues flat 7 @ Today at 04:45 PM

Originally Posted By: Pete the beanWhat Child Is This Jazz Arrangemnet: http://www.4shared.com/office/5Bg70syFba/What_Child_Arr.html Glad that you are adding some of your arrangements Pete. Thanks a lot. Dale
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Originally Posted By: pianoloverusYou could compromise by playing some of the endless written out note for note transcriptions of the great jazz pianists. Yeh ... Good Luck with that.
Piano Teachers Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Learning on a digital by Jytte @ Today at 04:32 PM

So, I'm back. After a cooling down period, and a friendly PM from a fellow student, I feel that maybe I should explain myself. I used to be in another forum (Furmanczyk) but I guess it died off for lack of posting. So nobody to talk to or ask questi
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Yamaha CP33? by Possum SP280Krome @ Today at 04:12 PM

Thanks,it felt very substaintial the few times I have played it. Especially the response. The CP4's are coming with some Yamaha DBR10 I believe powered speaker- I am going to check on of those out to see if it would be a good fit for the piano.
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: LACHNIT MK22 by Lance VI Labs @ Today at 04:10 PM

I played the 97 key model at NAMM in 2013. Not sure if they've improved anything since then. It was nice and smooth but not worth what they're asking. It's smaller and more low profile compared to the huge Kawai VPC1. And it's all optical instead of
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Jump to new posts Re: Mason Hamlin AA Vs Schimmel Classic C189 by terminaldegree @ Today at 03:23 PM

These are both potentially VERY nice pianos and are considered fairly closely matched in performance potential. They will sound and feel different - even if you don't play, you can ask for someone to demonstrate the piano for you. I find I like the
Adult Beginners Forum
Originally Posted By: LarryShoneAnyone got a piano version of Chestnuts roasting on an open fire? There's a cool jazzy tv commercial featuring Joolz Holland on the ivories. There's at least one in my collection. PM with your email for the link to my
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Technique for holding down chords by DeadPoets @ Today at 03:04 PM

This website is great - thanks for all your help! it is helping Today I played the beginning of Moon River (at a slow tempo) and really focused on technique and not tensing up. I can definitely notice the difference. Thumbs up to responses!
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Jump to new posts Re: What do you play for? by findingnemo2010 @ Today at 02:46 PM

Originally Posted By: Johan BOriginally Posted By: Silver KeysPlaying piano moves my soul. I started during a nasty divorce when I needed an escape. Playing piano helped me through a difficult time. Now, I play because it makes me happy. As an adde
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Jump to new posts Re: My new baby grand is here! by PianoRon @ Today at 02:38 PM

Your Ritmuller looks great in Mahogany, hope you enjoy it as much as I do mine.
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Jump to new posts Re: Pain at the shinbone/tibia by Johan B @ Today at 01:45 PM

Johnsprung & Hreichgott, I used now for some days a kneeprotector where I put my heel on......I think it's working........ Regards, Johan B
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Jump to new posts Re: Wanted to say hi by Johan B @ Today at 01:42 PM

Pat.....you're welcome......PW is more than just a forum. It's a kind of digital community of pianolovers.... Best regards, Johan B
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Jump to new posts Re: E4 Just Won't Come Into Tune by Cobra1365 @ Today at 01:28 PM

Thanks Steve! I have watched a couple of your vids and they are great. I appreciate the help!
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Is it really possible to ignore fingerings? by bjorn of brekkukot @ Today at 01:26 PM

So it looks like the consensus is that, if you've learned a piece using a particular fingering, whether it be from editorial suggestions, your own devising, or a combination of both, and then you switch to a new edition with different fingerings, thi
Pianist Corner
Originally Posted By: hreichgottI agree with verqueue. Just give us some things you'd like to play. Guarnieri sounds like a great idea to me. We may end up with a lot of Romantic and late Romantic on the program, so something 20th c. would be nice.
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Pianoteq 5 by jtsn @ Today at 12:22 PM

Originally Posted By: R_Bbut why pass on a deal ? Passing "deals" is what actually saves the biggest amount money, simple as that. Pianoteq 5 PRO only adds note-by-note edit and 192 kHz audio to Standard. Neither of that is needed for jus
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The reason I got the Simrock is because it comes with both clarinet and viola parts. Not every edition does.
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Quote:That said, I'll bet there are Steinways, Bluthners, Bechsteins, that have for some reason needed full rebuilds after 10 years, and there'll be that Brodmann or Wendl und Lung piano out there somewhere that has been beaten to heck in a practice
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Jump to new posts Re: 1875 legs and lyre where to get? by Larry Hofer @ Today at 12:01 PM

There is a set of the legs you are looking for on Ebay right now. Search "Steinway Legs" and you will find them. I see legs like this not often, but every now and then on Ebay. I think a lot of these case style pianos from Steinway and oth
Piano Teachers Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Help for this student.... Notes! by Nahum @ Today at 11:51 AM

I see a very good feasibility to help, if you use the melodca . The keyboard differs only in size, all the notes in the range of 2.5 octaves are the same. He canlearn the same tunes in the right hand. The main difference: he can play sitting or stan
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: What did you play tonight? by Johan B @ Today at 11:27 AM

28 november This morning driving to my work I heard from a classic radiostation Bach French Suite nr2 and after that the first two songs from Dichterliebe of Schumann. This afternoon arriving home, guess what I played first.....sometimes this radio
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: You must remember this... by JoelW @ Today at 11:10 AM

Originally Posted By: LarryShonePlay it Sam
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