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Jump to new posts Re: Somewhat self taught player with a few questions. by makingsnsux @ 03/04/15 10:01 PM

Thanks for the all the feedback again everyone. After I finish the piece in on I'll start incorporating sight reading and theory. This week I'll clock about 10-12 hours of practice and I make decent progress each session. But until I get can get my k
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Let's talk about some music by hreichgott @ 03/04/15 10:00 PM

I've been working on the Taneyev/Tchaikovsky arrangement of the Snow adagio and waltz from the Nutcracker over the last couple of days. I don't care if I never hear the Suite again, but Snow is the best music in the Nutcracker score and I really love
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Jump to new posts Re: What is the key of your life? by beet31425 @ 03/04/15 09:50 PM

The title of this thread reminds me of one of my favorite album titles, the 1970's Stevie Wonder album Songs in the Key of Life. -J
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Jump to new posts Pianodisc, Disklavier... by JustHarmony @ 03/04/15 09:49 PM

Trying to help in-laws with piano purchase - they don't play, but would enjoy being able to listen to "recordings" of me playing, and others in the family. They also like to host other musicians for jazz and classical events. So... we've
Composer's Lounge
Jump to new posts Re: 2 piano pieces by PieterJan86 @ 03/04/15 07:23 PM

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Jump to new posts Re: Share your favorite/most useful practice tools! by anamnesis @ 03/04/15 05:10 PM

Originally Posted By PoverOriginally Posted By anamnesisOriginally Posted By PoverVid, Heather, and Cheeto, thank you very much for your tips! I genuinely appreciate the effort Do you find that sometimes you have to "drill in" the phrasi
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Tuning Lever System by Tunewerk @ 03/04/15 03:12 PM

Well said, Jim! I'm glad these descriptions could be vindicating of your experience. I agree completely about science being often misused to disqualify the intuitive sense with models using overconfident assumptions. Thanks for adding in about twist
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Strength of fundamental vs harmonics by krikorik @ 03/04/15 03:07 PM

Actually just bought the book in Amazon I'll let you know after reading it
Composer's Lounge
Jump to new posts "Minuet In E Minor" by Larry G. Alexander @ 03/04/15 02:35 PM

All, This is my "Minuet In E Minor". http://www.alexandermusic.com/resources/MinuetInEminorPiano.mp3 Regards, Larry Alexander
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: 1890 Steinway "B"... by Markarian @ 03/04/15 12:22 PM

I'm tellin' ya, sockhead. Tuning pianos...we're gonna be rich!
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Jump to new posts Re: Schumann Recital Sign-Up Thread by carey @ 03/04/15 12:11 PM

To sign up, hit the quote button of the most recent" list in this thread, remove the quote in brackets at the beginning and end, and put your new selection & name in bold. The Schumann Recital will be March 15, 2015. Note: I have tried to
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Jump to new posts Re: I need a new direction by Norm Deplume @ 03/04/15 11:28 AM

Originally Posted By Charles Cohen PS -- I didn't mean to criticize you for "not at this point in my life". Life is what it is, and what you _must_ do takes priority over what you'd _like to_ do. I wasn't bothered-- I understood where
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Jump to new posts Re: How do YOU count? (when practicing) by drumour @ 03/04/15 10:52 AM

It's always good to learn when we've all been wrong. I took a look at and played through all the minuets from the Partitas, French Suites and (the one! from) the English Suites. It wasn't always possible to apply this way of thinking the rhythm witho
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Obsession by chopin_r_us @ 03/04/15 10:35 AM

A plague on both their houses!
Member Recordings
Jump to new posts Re: Let It Go (Idina Menzel) by Mr. Pianoman @ 03/04/15 10:10 AM

Well, the song seems to be already a real piano classic ;-) But although there exist some piano covers, I don't wanna hide my version of Let It Go. Hope you enjoy it, too :-)
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Question about my level by gooddog @ 03/04/15 09:51 AM

It is helpful to list what pieces you are working on at the bottom of your post. This gives us a general idea of your learning level, but the only way to assess your skill level is for you to post a recording in Member's Recordings.
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Tension buildup when learning a new piece slowly by Morodiene @ 03/04/15 09:35 AM

As others have suggested, but I wish to reiterate: -You are not playing slow enough if one hand has to wait for the other. When you play hands together slowly, the tempo must be such that everything remains in proportion to one another: half notes t
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Jump to new posts Re: A real harpsichord keyboard with midi: advice needed! by David_in_Japan @ 03/04/15 09:10 AM

Right, Dewster: I don't think big companies would be interested, either. No matter: I want to first make one for myself, then see how well it works, then consider how to maybe make more to sell. As far as the keyboard is concerned, I would get a pro
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Of course all analogies break down - eventually. However they are often useful in the abstract. I *DO* understand what many are saying here and I think we may be talking past each other. I am merely saying that not ALL artifacts of wooden pianos nee
Pianist Corner - Non Classical
Jump to new posts Re: James Booker Transcription Project by dire tonic @ 03/04/15 08:58 AM

I'm in - interested to see how you got on, it's not easy!
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Opinions on Kawai KDP90? by Jasper E. @ 03/04/15 07:44 AM

Since yesterday I have learnt that prices differ among geographical locations, and the price gap between KDP90 and CN24 is much higher here in Europe. CN24 might worth a check overseas (Google simply provides European stores only when searching for
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Warning: Explicit Image by Rich Galassini @ 03/04/15 07:23 AM

Originally Posted By phantomFiveReminds me of this train/plane accident OMG!!! Those look like airplanes - or at least part of airplanes. Tell us that story phantomFive.
Adult Beginners Forum
Originally Posted By peterwsYou'll know if rolled chords sound right or not. If not, and you're older than 50 then don't try to stretch! Stretching is not good for those under 50 either. (Especially if they want to still be playing when they d
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