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Jump to new posts Re: Behind a piano without tears ? by Nahum @ Today at 02:39 AM

Cefinov, thanks for the reply; I was quite amused by the title of the book. In principle, similar to the title can be given any topic related to children's education: "A game with cubes. without tears", "A game with ball. without tears
Piano Forum
Originally Posted By andoI thought it would be a pledge situation where you don't collect actual money until you reach your pledge target. That's how this usually works, maybe this is a different arrangement. Kickstarter works that way. Indiegogo g
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Jump to new posts Re: Shopping for used piano by michaelha @ Today at 12:03 AM

If she's 16, what are the chances of her moving out to go to college in a couple of years?
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Study Group for Rachmaninoff Prelude in C Sharp Minor by PianogrlNW @ Yesterday at 11:43 PM

Tubbie0075 - I enjoyed your interpretation and your editorial remarks were humorous! Don't know if it's the mic or pedal that creates that blurry sound. If it's your pedaling you may want to change your pedal more frequently.
Adult Beginners Forum
I believe this is the best source of material to help you become a fine classical music piano player ... http://fundamentalkeys.com/ There is a book series and videos available with outstanding instruction.
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: New Mic Placement, Appreciate Feedback by Steve Chandler @ Yesterday at 09:29 PM

I didn't listen on a high end system, but on computer speakers with a modest subwoofer. I actually really liked the sound. It sounded up close but without the proximity effect that usually over enhances the bass. But the bass was there when it was ne
Pianist Corner
I recognized you instantly, you play Prokofiev's op.2 etudes in the best way I've ever heard. I think your talent as a performer is phenomenal, it's such a pleasure to hear you play. Even this overplayed piece sounded fresh and lovely . . . thank you
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Digital piano by Markarian @ Yesterday at 08:26 PM

It's the wrong category, but I would definitely choose a Casio Privia for the same price over the Yamaha.
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Headphones Advice by Lester Burnham @ Yesterday at 07:35 PM

My favourites, and salient given the audio characteristics you mentioned: AKG 271 Mk IIs. They have a detachable cable, and come with two different length cables (one coiled, the other straight).
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Need Some Help On a Lesson by Skylarking @ Yesterday at 07:21 PM

Thank you so much. I'm having a hard time positioning my fingers on this, but I know what the notes are now. Thanks! Edit: I'm actually loving the technique Cat told me, so thank you for that.
My New Piano!
Jump to new posts Re: HELP! - Information about Kawai BS 20 yamaha u3 by supersport @ Yesterday at 06:35 PM

Hi, You posted your question in the new pianos portion of the forum. This is where members typically post pictures of the new pianos. Post in the general piano forum for more information> Good to see you here.
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: What These Markings Indicate? by Batuhan @ Yesterday at 05:15 PM

Originally Posted By PurkoyI wonder if this is from someone who's been using one of those music notation programs for the computer. It looks like the instructions overlaid on the sheet (the S sign and the FIN) aren't quite complete. These instruction
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Wohltemperierte Klavier 1 by laguna_greg @ Yesterday at 04:57 PM

I think the first 24 can make for a wonderful evening, even if a bit long. I also thing the Goldbergs are harder generally.
Adult Beginners Forum
Getting down to the last few pieces- working on "Love's Greeting" right now. Snuck a peek at "Canon in D". I realized I have two other arrangements of that piece, one by Dan Coates, and another by Philip Keveran. Learn them all, o
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: My "new" Bluthner is ready for collection! by Markarian @ Yesterday at 03:58 PM

Joe, can you PLEASE post a pic of your SE5 placement?? Thanks! Excellent playing, as always.
Just For The Fun of It
Jump to new posts Re: How many keys across can you stretch? by PaulHS @ Yesterday at 03:44 PM

Can reach from C to E easily, however on the downside I can hardly get any gloves that are long enough for my hands...
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Sometimes your piano teacher knows something you don't. by TwoSnowflakes @ Yesterday at 03:34 PM

Originally Posted By ClsscLibOriginally Posted By BruceDOriginally Posted By TwoSnowflakes[...] If not, I'll just prepare for each lesson by leaving a stiff drink for the teacher on the piano for when she arrives. No! No! No! Please! Everythi
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Ivan Moravec RIP by ClsscLib @ Yesterday at 03:30 PM

There's a good Moravec obit in the NYT today. I hadn't realized that one reason he was so little known in the West was that he refused to become a Party member, and for that reason was denied many opportunities (e.g., foreign travel) that were commo
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: visited Pianoworks this week by Robert 45 @ Yesterday at 03:11 PM

I agree with twocats. From the video presentations I have seen of instruments from PianoWorks Atlanta, Derek Vann is a an exceptionally fine pianist who brings out the best in every piano he plays. The pianos he plays are always beautifully tuned and
Composer's Lounge
Jump to new posts Rhapsody for guitar by Francoisfj @ Yesterday at 03:11 PM

So this is my first try for a piece with a guitar, I liked it so I thought of sharing it. However, I don't know precisely the characteristics of the guitar, so I don't know if it's playable in real life, if someone knows a bit about the guitar, I'd b
Composer's Lounge
Jump to new posts Re: Nocturne no. 5 by Francoisfj @ Yesterday at 03:01 PM

Thank you for your elaborated comments! It's true the piece feels very scattered I hesitated before posting it for this reason, but I kind of liked the melody especially the middle section so I did Looking back I also find there are unecessary ornam
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Emanuel Ax gives a 19th Century Lesson at the MM Festival by pianoloverus @ Yesterday at 02:35 PM

http://www.nytimes.com/2015/08/01/arts/m....html?ref=music
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Windows 10 thread? by bill5 @ Yesterday at 02:31 PM

oops. posted in wrong sub-forum, pardon
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Yamaha GH vs GHS keyboards by Morodiene @ Yesterday at 02:30 PM

Originally Posted By Doritos Flavouredsure, I play Bach with sensitivity set to 1 and a werckmeister tuning in the harpsichord in my DP This is one of the nice things about digital pianos - you can adjust such things to suit the music you're p
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Schafer & Sons piano identification by Rickster @ Yesterday at 02:15 PM

Originally Posted By kalionaThanks for all your input. Now just have to decide if I want rent a trailer and make the drive to go get it. At that price, you might want to call and double check before you head out to make sure they still have it...
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