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Jump to new posts Re: Piano related goals…. by piano_primo_1 @ 10/21/16 09:35 PM

Originally Posted By RalphianoDon't forget the humidifier! and a tuning too... (joke) After I easily carry this upstairs!! (for free without a mover! ) seriously
Composer's Lounge
Jump to new posts Re: Is this composing or transcribing? by Sand Tiger @ 10/21/16 09:22 PM

I've done similar. I usually say it is my arrangement of the known piece. Those that know the piece, a little will recognize it. Those that know it well, will think "that isn't the same piece," so I do the disclaimer. Back to the question
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Question Before Looking for a Teacher by Arghhh @ 10/21/16 09:11 PM

Originally Posted By Charles Cohen You may be right, but where is one's personal "plateau" ? My teacher, and my choir director, both have much finer pitch discrimination than I do. "The third is slightly sharp" -- where "sl
Member Recordings
[NEW] Naruto Shippuden OP 20 - Empty Heart (Piano Cover + Piano Tutorial by Amosdoll) Hello Naruto enthusiasts! Here is my piano cover on the new and what it seems to be the FINAL OPENING song for Naruto Shippuden. Enjoy - "Kara no Kokoro"
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Damp chaser and piano cover by Retsacnal @ 10/21/16 08:15 PM

It's no secret that I prefer a whole-house solution, but I think in instances like this, where the piano resides in a large space that is largely uncontrolled (or uncontrollable), then a DC-type system is probably the best option. My main concern is
Piano Forum
I own one too. good purchase
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Plate reguilding the old way? by RestorerPhil @ 10/21/16 07:35 PM

To the original poster: Please keep in mind that the same end result is completely possible with modern materials - materials which are actually better and more durable. The tricks to producing that crisp detail work lie in the execution of each st
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: OCTOBER PIANO BAR! by piano_primo_1 @ 10/21/16 06:26 PM

Cool improv …This is from quite a while ago, several months, also an improv. I’ve been working on a piano shell, and I work (night shift) and neglecting practice. Recovery from night shift takes a day or more…but soon to be back to the piano p
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Self Teaching by keystring @ 10/21/16 06:21 PM

Originally Posted By Peter K. MoseFor keystring and others.... I just had a new student here today playing an intermediate piano arrangement of On Wings of Song by Mendelssohn. She wanted to know how to play one of the rolled chords in the tune of t
Piano Teachers Forum
Jump to new posts Re: How to get students? No music degree, Young teacher 25y/o by hello my name is @ 10/21/16 05:58 PM

To the OP: If you're in California. I just found this and am considering doing it if I continue teaching.. for those of us who do not have a bachelor's in music-- it's a four year independent study program, http://www.mtac.org/membership/cal-plan/
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21 October 2016 Today played about three hours.......Sonatas, Mozart and..... Mozart, Wiener Sonatinen And....... Benda, Sonatines Played them all...... Best regards, Johan B
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Three Options by Nelsthepianoplayer @ 10/21/16 03:49 PM

Congratulations on your decision. I had a 1984 KG2D which really worked well for me. I sold it (super-cheap) to a very good friend when I had the opportunity to buy a Bösendorfer. I still like to play my old Kawai when I visit my friend. Hoping
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Another Memory Exercise/Test by drewr @ 10/21/16 02:35 PM

Sam, thank you for an interesting, easy-to-relate-to and educational topic. When I think about the range of mistakes/disasters that I might experience when practicing or playing, there is somewhat of an anology that comes to mind and harkens to my
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Happy Birthday, Jelly Roll Morton! by phantomFive @ 10/21/16 02:33 PM

Originally Posted By Vid Some more listening including pieces from his orchestra: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=73YjMg8Y15A There's nothing bad that can be said about that!
Piano Forum
Her son has moved to college and moved on to a different instrument ! Thank you for such great replies. Will keep you posted.
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Jump to new posts Cole Porter by JohnSprung @ 10/21/16 02:29 PM

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Jump to new posts Big River (Johnny Cash) by Piano Tipping @ 10/21/16 02:09 PM

Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: help for buy piano - which to choose by gnuboi @ 10/21/16 01:58 PM

The Yamaha U1.
Adult Beginners Forum
It's verrrrry quiet in here lately... Alright I will give my update for this week. I'm working on Night Song which is actually quite interesting and a good challenge. Definitely more challenging than the last couple of pieces. I have hands togethe
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Can a stiff wrist affect your neck? by phantomFive @ 10/21/16 01:43 PM

Your nerve from your hand goes all the way to your neck, so it's not impossible. There are cases where people thought someone had carpel tunnel syndrome, but it was actually a pinched nerve in their shoulder. When people first start to relax, often
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Bösendorfer 214VC? by Rwingguy @ 10/21/16 01:21 PM

Another example that the company wants/needs to broaden their appeal. The "traditional" Bosendorfer sound doesn't sell enough pianos (unfortunately), so they have to develop pianos that sound more like the other brands (louder, more project
Pianist Corner - Non Classical
Jump to new posts Re: Happy Birthday, Jelly Roll Morton! by Albunea @ 10/21/16 01:02 PM

I watched the first video yesterday and liked it very much; the playing looked impressive. I liked the music at the beginning and then got a bit tired of it. Edit: I am watching it again. I could enjoy one piece like that in a concert, but wouldn't
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Yamaha CLP 535 by drewr @ 10/21/16 01:01 PM

Of the 535's 34 voices, it features 2 APs, the default is sampled from Yamaha's CFX Grand , the other is sampled from Bosendorfer Imperial Grand , both should be suitable for playing classical, plus there is voice for Jazz piano, some EPs, strings a
Adult Beginners Forum
Most of the time it is caused by holding fingers too tightly when playing the chord. The way I play chords is largely an arm movement. As an exercise, pick a chord to play, start with you fingers on the keys and release your arm so your hand falls do
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Hooray! by Ed McMorrow, RPT @ 10/21/16 11:50 AM

Hooray, Hurrah!!!
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