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Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Finally, we have piano decided the Ydp162...we've found a good offer, and After all our troubles, I think we will go for it!! Thank you all for your help and recommendations!! Best regards
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Opinions on Kawai KDP90? by Jasper E. @ Yesterday at 04:30 AM

@mnh: As far as I have read reviews, forums, Kawai KDP90 (or CN14) is a must check in the in the $1000 budget range.... I have extended my budget to cca... $1300, and after checking specs and reviews I am more curious about Casio PX-860/AP-460 and R
Composer's Lounge
Jump to new posts Re: Södermalm Fantasy Ballade redux by Michael Sayers @ Yesterday at 03:32 AM

Hi Nikolas, Maybe you or others here have ideas on the tempo indications and over which measures these should be placed. The scheme of an endless series of "quarter note =" was abandoned. You are right that it would be good to have some
Pianist Corner - Non Classical
Jump to new posts Re: What piano chords are these? by dire tonic @ Yesterday at 03:10 AM

try these
Pianist Corner - Non Classical
Jump to new posts Re: Let's Talk Weddings by Piano Girl RMG @ Yesterday at 03:06 AM

Beautiful!! A perfect post.
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Jump to new posts Re: Burn out and joy by Sand Tiger @ Yesterday at 02:34 AM

Thanks for the additional replies. There are some interesting perspectives presented. Although I didn't ask for advice, some felt compelled to give it. I'm sure some of the advice offered will help some other readers that may be experiencing some kin
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Jump to new posts Single Hand Study [for children] by Michael Sayers @ Yesterday at 02:16 AM

This is the third of three style compositions presented here which are based on Homage to Bach. As a single hand study for children, surely it is a novelty! The emphasis is on pointed and accented staccato touch vs. subdued and longer held staccato
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Jump to new posts Abbé Liszt [for children] by Michael Sayers @ Yesterday at 02:16 AM

This is the second of three style compositions presented here which are based on Homage to Bach.
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Jump to new posts "J.S. Bach: Partita Gigue" [for children] by Michael Sayers @ Yesterday at 02:16 AM

This is the first of three style compositions presented here which are based on Homage to Bach. It is allusive of a particular Gigue by Bach which perhaps is quite long and demanding for child use.
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Jump to new posts Homage to Bach [for children] by Michael Sayers @ Yesterday at 02:16 AM

This composition from 1989 was not originally intended for children, yet it does seem to be suitable.
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Jump to new posts Preparatory Exercise for Blind Octaves No. 2 [for children] by Michael Sayers @ Yesterday at 02:15 AM

Emphasis here is on bel canto melody vs. subdued accompaniment. It is a longtime habit, from transcribing contrapuntal compositions, to have the tenuto marks off to the side and positioned to indicate a specific note head or stem. That isn't necess
Composer's Lounge
Jump to new posts Preparatory Exercise for Blind Octaves No. 1 [for children] by Michael Sayers @ Yesterday at 02:15 AM

Except for some chords and octaves with hand span permitting, this is played entirely with the thumbs.
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Jump to new posts Preliminary Exercises for Children, set two by Michael Sayers @ Yesterday at 02:15 AM

The emphasis here is on dotted rhythms.
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Jump to new posts Preliminary Exercises for Children, set one by Michael Sayers @ Yesterday at 02:15 AM

Exercises A. and B. in this set borrow a motif from a J.S. Bach Invention.
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Jump to new posts Re: An una corda problem by rXd @ Yesterday at 12:45 AM

Thank you, Alfredo for more than adequately proving my point. Indeed, not all in the piano fraternity can hear these differences and past a few basic adjustments to keep their pianos from excessive wear, all finer adjustment is overkill. Most wou
My New Piano!
Jump to new posts Re: I bought a piano! by manyhands @ 03/02/15 09:55 PM

Congrats on your entry into a world of enjoyment!
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Kawai VPC1 or CA65? Need guidance by labjr @ 03/02/15 09:16 PM

I'm wondering how quickly this is changing? Optical seems like a much better idea than mechanical sensors. Originally Posted By Kawai JamesTritium, gvfarns is correct. The only Kawai instruments that use optical sensors are the 'AnyTimeX' silent
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: NEUMEYER PIANO by Ben_NZ @ 03/02/15 08:42 PM

Yeah, get the serial number and someone might be able to look up its age. As for its value, the fact that it was given to you and it's not in tune probably tells you all you need to know! There's more to pianos than their external cosmetic appearanc
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Jump to new posts Re: Chopin, Rondo's by Polyphonist @ 03/02/15 07:43 PM

Originally Posted By DamonOriginally Posted By PolyphonistGodowsky made one of his chromatic transcriptions of Opus 16, I'd like to hear that but couldn't find a recording on Youtube. The score is on IMSLP.
My New Piano!
Jump to new posts Re: New CS200 bosendorfer by chickenlump @ 03/02/15 07:03 PM

Wow, that just DRIPS with classy. Love the satin finish. I do love them Bosendorfer sound, looking forward to hearing it!
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Got a Kawai MP11 by Kawai James @ 03/02/15 06:47 PM

9190, you raise some excellent points, and I do not disagree with your overall argument. However, the fact remains that the MP11 developers decided not to include organ sounds within the instrument, just as they opted not to include pitch bend/modul
Composer's Lounge
Jump to new posts Re: 2 piano pieces by Polyphonist @ 03/02/15 06:37 PM

How about the scores then?
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Thanks for the information from Keyboard Magazine -- lots of great reviews/comments. I'll pass it along to our tech expert.
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