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Jump to new posts Petrof 105 by nylonstring1 @ 11/24/15 10:16 PM

I have recently purchased a new to me Petrof 105 serial number 453264 in new condition. I had it checked with a technician who assured me that it was in great shape and I would love it......he was right. I had it tuned today and even though it is a
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Jump to new posts Re: A little improvisation by charleslang @ 11/24/15 09:38 PM

It's okay. The chord progressions are relatively simple and sound almost like quotations from a classical pieces. They also don't hang together as a whole, sounding more like a collection of phrases, largely due to not being bound together rhythmic
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Jump to new posts Re: Updated Mozart: Rondo Alla Turca by boogiewoogie123 @ 11/24/15 08:51 PM

Thank you so much for your reply hreichgott! To answer your question. My teacher was actually wondering the same thing! She said it would be easier for me to keep my hand close to the piano when play the faster stuff, but she also said that it seeme
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Jump to new posts Re: New Casio Privia DP models just announced! by ElmerJFudd @ 11/24/15 08:50 PM

Jump to new posts Re: New KCM-650 by Tressa @ 11/24/15 08:40 PM

Haha! Welll...yes. Nice catch! I will post pictures soon! I bought (or he bought) the polished ebony. It is so pretty!
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Jump to new posts Re: 1963 Baldwin Acrosonic Question by KurtZ @ 11/24/15 07:47 PM

150-150? I think with a stable block, it's easily $300 worth of piano. Well kept and service Acros have a nice balanced (NOT powerfull) sound. If Bassano is anything of a player though, he might find it doesn't have enough oomph when he wants i
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
VPC2, no bells and whistles but clean and minimalistic like VPC1 for those of us playing only piano, with the best action possible, and with an optional stand with integrated pedals (stable and same style as the digital pianos) and it will be my purc
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Yamaha CLP 585 Review by Chewbacca @ 11/24/15 04:23 PM

Thanks for your reply. Given you own top quality pianos I was really surprised by your statement. What music do you play? I would understand a keyboardist liking the ES100 action. I am used to APs and did not like the ES100 at all, keys felt really
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Jump to new posts Re: What are your five favorite songs on piano? by Little_Blue_Engine @ 11/24/15 04:02 PM

It's hard to narrow down just a top five songs and/or pieces but off the top of my head here goes: Funeral For Friend ~ Elton John Linus and Lucy ~ Vince Guaraldi The Last Polka ~ Ben Folds Gymnopedie 1 ~ Erik Satie Last Date ~ Floyd Cramer I have
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Jump to new posts Re: Rotation and Weight Transfer by dogperson @ 11/24/15 03:47 PM

Originally Posted By Just StevenOriginally Posted By Qazsedcft This also brings me to the question of weight transfer. Why do you want weight transfer? Unless you are playing fortissimo on ten fingers landing at the same time, why do you need it?
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Jump to new posts Re: What Are You Listening To? by beet31425 @ 11/24/15 03:33 PM

Originally Posted By dogpersonListening to another 'new to me' Mompou, a Barcelonian, neo-romantic, 1893-1987. He is on the short-list for learning next https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qr89RrXzzIc https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vxuv_g5vE1o
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Jump to new posts Re: Sight-Reading Exercises by dogperson @ 11/24/15 03:18 PM

Originally Posted By Young MusicianI' am sorry, it's not something for now, you see. I am a begginer and there isn't something that i could care less than sight-reading the piano right now. I found that website for flute and just imagined if existed
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Jump to new posts Re: Entropy Piano Tuner by Scherbakov Alex @ 11/24/15 03:14 PM

Partials walk in the bass as they wish) Was the theme: http://www.pianoworld.com/forum/ubbthreads.php/topics/2288341/Re:_Partial_analysis.html http://persianney.com/misc/proutA0-A2.jpg
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Jump to new posts Re: Liszt B Minor Sonata by jeffreyjones @ 11/24/15 02:56 PM

This is quite an intense and satisfying performance of the greatest Romantic piano work. I found it highly engaging; it had a commitment and drive that compelled my full attention throughout. The few slips were minor and didn't detract from the effec
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: It's Probably Too Early To Ask..... by Hendrik42 @ 11/24/15 02:43 PM

From my understanding, the iOS gives the information "the user touched there <coordinates>" to the app. This does not change with the Pencil, just that iOS is giving the app exactly the coordinates where the pointy tip touches the gla
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Jump to new posts new to me CW 1500 by bkmcneil @ 11/24/15 02:04 PM

1999 Charles Walter studio
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Jump to new posts Re: Denk got rhythm by Tim Adrianson @ 11/24/15 12:21 PM

Hi, Hank M; welcome to Piano World! Here in Madison, WI, I've heard Denk twice. UW Madison invited him to do an entire couple days of Master Classes and Lectures in addition to his concert recital a couple of years back. And the following year, he r
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Jump to new posts Re: Slightly OT: Harpsichord comparison by prout @ 11/24/15 12:00 PM

BDB said: I think the stronger you played it, the closer to perpendicular to the string it was. Play it softer, and the plectrum would have turned so only the tip would play. To some extent, that is the case with a normal harpsichord. The plectrum (
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Yamaha P120 or Kawai ES100 - advice needed by Fer De Armas @ 11/24/15 11:50 AM

Hi... Undoubtedly Kawai ES100 is best feeling than Yamaha P120, but you can try Rolanf FP7F/FP80 or Casio PX150, these models are perhaps more similar to Yamaha P120 in key action and feelings.
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: I'm going to a piano dealer tomorrow and need advice. by Fer De Armas @ 11/24/15 11:41 AM

Best plastic key action period...
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Jump to new posts Re: HTML DISABLED? how do you enable it??? by Qazsedcft @ 11/24/15 10:55 AM

Just post a link.
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Jump to new posts Re: Crazed Haze - a sound poem by Steve Chandler @ 11/24/15 10:48 AM

I like when the rhythm gets loose and then you bring it back together.
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Kawai CA67 buzzing noise is not the speakers by Morodiene @ 11/24/15 10:38 AM

I can hear what you're talking about. Definitely try playing around with the Virtual Technician, especially with regards to the damper resonance, as there didn't seem to be any problem with it when you lifted the damper pedal. What is yours currently
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Jump to new posts Review of Trifonov playing Rach Trio Élégiaque by pianoloverus @ 11/24/15 10:14 AM

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Jump to new posts Re: Practice Routine by Greg Akins @ 11/24/15 10:00 AM

Thanks for the responses. For me, I think that getting a teacher for a few lessons might be best. Some of the things you all mentioned; I wouldn't even know where to start (like correct fingerings for scales, arpeggios, etc..).
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