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Jump to new posts Quest to complete Choin Etudes by ahoffmann @ 03/29/15 05:48 AM

I wanted to do one of the "hard" ones relatively early in the series. Not entirely pleased with it yet so I might return to make another.
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Jump to new posts Re: Schumann - Sonata G minor op. 22 by verqueue @ 03/29/15 05:47 AM

Thanks for your comment, Pathbreaker. This Sonata was really changed at least technical perspective for me, because I always avoided pieces which are so fast without many "rest points". I'm not fast pianist... It seems that I should learn
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Jump to new posts Re: New (old) Bösendorfer by ando @ 03/29/15 05:33 AM

I've never played a piano with a Viennese action. What do they feel like? Is there a feeling of resistance and then a sudden click when the hammer is freed - like a Harpsichord sort of feeling? What happens if you try to repeat notes rapidly? What is
My New Piano!
Jump to new posts Re: My new M&H... by Kate56 @ 03/29/15 05:05 AM

Oh best of luck. Have a wonderful day kate56
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Jump to new posts Re: Beethoven Tempest by joe80 @ 03/29/15 04:33 AM

Wow it sounds like you've had a lot of training! I started with my first teacher in 1988 - she was a pupil of Tobias Matthay so that was very valuable from a technical standpoint. In '98 I went to do my Bachelor's in the Royal Conservatoire of Scotla
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Jump to new posts Reymond Klemm Piano, Love it, buy? by MrStanley @ 03/29/15 04:03 AM

Hi I have a Reymond Klemm or Raymund Klomm piano from around 1920. Does anybody know this kind of brand and can give me some background information. I heard that Pianos around that age from London are pretty much behind in technical res
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Originally Posted By babamaHmmm I just realized that in my enthusiasm playing this piece, I didn't give any consideration to the pedal markings, just pedalled away in a way that seemed appriopriate to me. So keep that in mind, it's not all by the boo
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Jump to new posts Re: Lightness Of Touch by Batuhan @ 03/28/15 11:50 PM

Originally Posted By joe80Batuhan, you are right that there are many pianists who bash, coupled with many pianos that are too bright. However I don't share quite the same bleak view that all pianists are like that. I can quote you some examples of
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Probably when you get to college you will find the practice rooms the best options, and they will be available evenings. When I was a music major, practice rooms were open 24/7. Maybe there will be some nice digital pianos there too to use.
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Originally Posted By Withindale I was just covering myself in case someone likes minimal or no after touch. Franz Mohr, reportedly had to remove all the aftertouch from Horowitz's piano - does it say that in his book, My Life with the great Pianists
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Jump to new posts Re: Yamaha P-90 Power Issue by MacMacMac @ 03/28/15 10:20 PM

If you have never done this sort of repair work, find someone who has. It's not difficult if you know how, but otherwise don't.
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Jump to new posts Re: Charles-Valentin Alkan "Zorcico" by Orange Soda King @ 03/28/15 10:05 PM

Better quality recording of Zorcico: https://app.box.com/s/noyymso5icwve6lro24kz2cppzlruldr
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Originally Posted By MALDI_ToFI see the metronome as a tool to be used sparingly. It is no different than when I play something with such a wrong rhythm (or I slow down/speed up excessively) that my teacher must start clapping to force me back to tem
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Jump to new posts [NEW] Hilary Duff - Sparks (Advanced Piano Cover) by Amosdoll @ 03/28/15 09:22 PM

New song https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ExVE5Nwx48U
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Originally Posted By Silver KeysI recall picking up a factoid (probably from the person who sold me my piano) about M&H gong back to the original plans for the golden era BBs and building those exact same piano today. I don't know how accurate t
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Jump to new posts Västerhaninge church by phantomFive @ 03/28/15 08:55 PM

Västerhaninge church
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Jump to new posts Re: Kawai MP11 stands? by Abby Pianoman @ 03/28/15 07:48 PM

The optional stacker for the K&M 18950 is called the K&M 18952 stacker. It will support up to 30 Kilograms. Which would leave 50 Kilograms for the MP11 beneath, which weighs 32 Kilograms. The MP7 weighs 21 Kilograms, therefore should not b
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: My VPC1 sustain pedal problem (is) history by joflah @ 03/28/15 07:34 PM

Originally Posted By MyonHello, maybe you are interested in a similar project with a Honeywell hall-sensor shown here: http://www.forum-pianoteq.com/viewtopic.php?pid=937672#p937672 Very interesting. For the second version, the poster says he was
Pianist Corner - Non Classical
Jump to new posts Re: Folk arrangements by KurtZ @ 03/28/15 07:29 PM

I have just the thing. It's a book of folk melodies turned into baroque suites for intermediate players. I found it in a bargain bin here in L.A. give me a sec I'm not at home... Found it: Baroque Folk Willard A. Palmer Alfred Publishing Am
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That was awesome!
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Jump to new posts Re: KAWAI CA97/67 on youtube! by Grigou @ 03/28/15 05:42 PM

Originally Posted By David IzquierdoOriginally Posted By GrigouWhat do you call "PTQ outpout" David ? PTQ is just a software, is'nt it more accurate to speak of the "soundcard output" ? ... Hope it helped Yes, I got it, than
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Jump to new posts Re: Grand Obsession by Perri Knize by wimpiano @ 03/28/15 04:15 PM

Lol@Norbert. @anyone reading this thread: Buying this book is money well spent. A serious pageturner and informative as well.
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I spent a few weeks in Nicaragua last summer. I didn't see a single acoustic piano nor any shops selling them. Nicaragua is wonderful but the populace is still mostly poor. There's an emerging middle class but they're emerging from a profound pove
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Jump to new posts Re: Frederic Chopin's Prelude Op. 28 No. 20 by Michael Sayers @ 03/28/15 01:12 PM

Originally Posted By pianoloverusOriginally Posted By Michael SayersIt isn't any different than what was notated. The score is marked fortissimo and largo at the beginning, and all original notation was adhered to including the first edition repeate
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Jump to new posts Interesting insight into Chopin's compositional methods. by ChopinLives81 @ 03/28/15 12:48 PM

I found this quoted account by George Sand on how Chopin would go about composing. I find some deep fascination in this because it's so similar to how I compose. I also feel this depicts how Chopin could sometimes be a faithful servant/slave to his o
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