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Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: DIGITAL PIANO "PRICES PAID" --- NEW THREAD by mauricitoia @ 03/26/15 07:34 PM

USER LOCATION: London, UK MAKE: KAWAI MODEL: CA67 CONDITION: New PRICE PAID: EUR 2333 including VAT DELIVERY CHARGE: Included in price VENDOR LOCATION: Germany VENDOR NAME: Thomann PURCHASE DATE: March 2015
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Self Taught Musician Considering The Yamaha MOXF8 by ElmerJFudd @ 03/26/15 07:01 PM

The MOXs are great for computer integration. Cubase AI comes with and communication over USB and control is very tight. Nice pick, enjoy!
My New Piano!
Jump to new posts Re: New (old) Bösendorfer by kefren @ 03/26/15 06:23 PM

Thank you all for the enthusiasm you show! I'll surely keep you posted! @Rich: we will indeed rebuild the piano as historically accurate as possible. We will surely keep the Viennese action. There is no point, imho, in "updating" a piano t
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
rXd That's really interesting. Mark Cerisano, Good method. Actually, I tried last night. It was effective even if you have two stirngs (of the same key) out of tune. God! it took me one hour to succeed in having a stable perfect tuning of two pai
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: the dueling bumblebees by Guapo Gabacho @ 03/26/15 05:27 PM

The funniest part is that the piano showroom is crowded.
Piano Teachers Forum
Jump to new posts Re: New Teacher- Best Piano Book Method? by AZNpiano @ 03/26/15 05:22 PM

Originally Posted By Opus_Maximus I've sadly inherited transfers, who - even after years of coming to me from another teacher - will still just follow finger numbers - the concept of a "5 finger position", being lodged deep within their ps
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Help with method choice by Beth_Frances @ 03/26/15 05:05 PM

Alfred's is very chord based, and doesn't really develop the left hand much. I think the best adult method book is Hal Leonard, but Adult Piano Adventures is also quite good if you want something in between Hal Leonard and Alfred. I have playlists
Piano Teachers Forum
Seymour Bernstein is fantastic. I knew of and read him long before this film came out; his books "With Your Own Two Hands" and "Monsters and Angels", did more to advance my musical and personal self than any of my private teachers
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: BBC RADIO 4 - "Saving Gazas Piano" by wimpiano @ 03/26/15 04:16 PM

I hope it will remain alive. I doubt it though, music is haram to the majority there and there seems to be (seems!) really little room for nuances in the area.
Pianist Corner - Non Classical
Jump to new posts Re: Transition to wedding pianist by Redhead1 @ 03/26/15 03:30 PM

Hi Angela! I've been working as a wedding pianist in Atlanta for about five years now. Check out my site at www.PianoJenny.com to see my pricing and other cool stuff. As far as getting the word out ... Well, it's still tricky! I have a kick-ass b
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Jump to new posts Re: Ivers and pond #25,157 by Broddiger @ 03/26/15 02:53 PM

Thank you for your information. We'll clean it up and probably have "pianos for people" pick it up for free.
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Left/right hand independence by fizikisto @ 03/26/15 02:45 PM

It's not just beginners that have this problem. You're going to find this problem persists every time you add something new well into intermediate levels of playing. Add a piece with an unfamiliar bass line, or with jumps, or unfamiliar phrasing (sa
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Hava Nagila by Nahum @ 03/26/15 02:00 PM

Originally Posted By Charles CohenNahum -- That's a much nicer approach musically -- . . . but it's _much_ harder to play! Charles, truth known in comparison;try to play this version - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ezLfBqOe4zU , then mine
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Which version of Chopin Prelude Op.28, No.20 is correct? by Michael Sayers @ 03/26/15 01:34 PM

Maybe we can have an informal Piano World vote? My ballot is marked for the E-natural.
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Looking for piano teachers/students from different countries to translate the http://haostaff.com website homepage into your native language (from English). Chinese already done. Someone is already doing Russian. Looking for ALL other languages. Paid
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Jump to new posts Cyndi Lauper - True colors by Danijelcro @ 03/26/15 09:43 AM

It's an oldie but goldie Check it out https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0YPUBEWUJOM
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: What happened in 1980? by Steve Cohen @ 03/26/15 09:34 AM

Originally Posted By S. PhillipsIt was combination of the beginning of the recession which began in 1982 and the end of the baby boomer children taking lessons. The baby boomers were a product of their parent's generation. We all had to learn the p
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: 1996 C2 or 2008 GC1 by malkin @ 03/26/15 08:57 AM

Originally Posted By 3wcsmith...We have an old upright that his teacher said he outgrew 3 years ago. ... You could read this two ways. One way is with urgency: Oh no! He outgrew the piano long ago; he needs a better piano right now! You could
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Alfred's Piano Methods by Celdor @ 03/26/15 08:01 AM

Thanks for your answers I know more or less what I should look for. Originally Posted By DragonPianoPlayerGrade 4 doesn't mean much. There are so many different grading systems that I can't tell where you are jut based on that. If you can rea
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Originally Posted By kpembrookOr, just tune with mutes and bypass the whole issue. Easy for you and me to say but here is a relatively inexperienced tuner tuning their first grand. I wouldn't recommend adding to the burden of the situation by incl
Organs - Electronic (B3 etc.), Pipe & Theatre
Jump to new posts Re: Cool performance on a Rodgers 599 by Rich Galassini @ 03/26/15 07:32 AM

I thought there might be interest in a little video from the concert:
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: What do we know about Shadd Pianos? by joe80 @ 03/26/15 06:35 AM

looks like a crock of sh*t to me. there is a picture of a Blüthner, and then three Chinese pianos. Did any of these people say those things? Scam I say.
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Performance Grade Upright search by mabraman @ 03/26/15 06:35 AM

Schimmels have a very warm tone, I like them a lot! But they are too expensive for me. Congratulations!
Adult Beginners Forum
I bought the score from musicnotes.com and I need a little help on finishing it because I am performing this piece for my jury in my piano class. I have 90% of the first page well played so far. What recommendations can you guys give me to tackle thi
Piano Forum
Hi. If you transition from a fake leather jacket to a real leather one, 'you will wonder what all those imperfections are. Well, turns out actual cows sometimes have pimples on their buttocks. But as you will experience, there is no such thing as
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