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Jump to new posts Odd Bladwin by Gerry G @ 11/21/14 01:53 AM

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Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Hanon 6 Awkward Fingering by 8 Octaves @ 11/21/14 01:41 AM

Originally Posted By: Dwscamel (LH descending): 1-5-4-5-3-5-2-5 It feels so incredibly unnatural to stretch the fifth, fourth, and third fingers like that. I find that I have to move my wrist in order to accomplish this, but only with the LH. There
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Jump to new posts Re: Heater rod on grand to fight humidity ? by angga888 @ 11/21/14 12:03 AM

I've always keep my room outside windows closed and always turn on AC when playing (around 1 hr per day on weekdays, few more hours on weekend). I always cover the piano, along with string cover. So far this 2 months, no issue at all in tuning stabil
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: If you're interested in easy piano duets... by Nikolas @ 11/20/14 10:52 PM

Originally Posted By: Michael SayersThe A Deaf Girl's Music Box really is of exceptional quality. Maybe you could compose some traditional sounding music for adults, perhaps a "Sonate Romantique", or a set of pieces with impressions of Gre
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: DIGITAL PIANO "PRICES PAID" by TonyB @ 11/20/14 10:29 PM

USER LOCATION: Minnesota, USA MAKE:Roland MODEL:V-Grand CONDITION:NEW PRICE PAID: $16,900 USD DELIVERY CHARGE: $195 (delivered and set up by professional piano movers) VENDOR LOCATION: Twin Cities VENDOR NAME: Schmitt Music PURCHASE DATE: Sept. 2014
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Arpeggio in Beethoven Sonata Op.110 in A flat major by symphonicdance @ 11/20/14 10:02 PM

Daniel Barenboim did it with one hand wonderfully. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DbnM-1MQSGw As Semei suggested, you can actually use both hands to play the section. I picked this piece for my fellowship diploma exam, and executed the section wit
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Piano Tastings by Rich Galassini @ 11/20/14 10:00 PM

Hey all! First, thank you for all of the great suggestions and valuable feedback. Some terrific ideas have been mentioned and you will definitely see some of them over the next few months. We started these for fun and we have had a blast with each
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: November Piano Bar by Elssa @ 11/20/14 09:34 PM

http://www.guitarparty.com/en/artist/george-shearing/ GEORGE SHEARING George Shearing (born 13 August 1919 in London) is a well-known jazz pianist and inventor of the famous "Shearing Sound": a form of smooth cocktail jazz characterised
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Shoninger Upright pianos by JMichaelWilson @ 11/20/14 09:19 PM

Does anyone have information on Shoninger Upright Pianos. I have one that I think was made in 1922. Just wondering if anyone had ever worked on one or tuned one. Your thoughts on this piano would be appreciated.
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Dream Piano Search & Purchase by Miguel Rey @ 11/20/14 09:08 PM

The room will be about 800 square feet with 12' ceilings. Saving vs paying over time is something to think about.
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Jump to new posts Re: Musical Neighborhood? by backto_study_piano @ 11/20/14 09:03 PM

When I was a child (I'm 61), about 1 in 3 homes in our end of the street had pianos, and it was common to hear children practising, with a quite accomplished pianist both in my home and 5 houses away. Walking to/from school, I would hear pianos play
Adult Beginners Forum
Originally Posted By: Ohio_Mark Waterfront Jazz in Mier's Jazz, Rags and Blues #3 (2nd to last piece in the book) That one took me quite a while. Last week, my teacher suggested that I revisit it, because I might find it easier now. I'm afraid to
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: VPC 1- Brand New, 9 stuck keys by Kawai James @ 11/20/14 07:51 PM

As dire tonic notes, it's possible to push two keys apart in order to 'create' a larger than normal gap like this, however things usually settle back to normal after playing the keys a few times. If this isn't the case with your VPC1, I'd definitely
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Suites recital - second batch by pianovirus @ 11/20/14 07:28 PM

I finally managed to listen to the other performances in this batch - one of the few things to cheer up my sick day at home... The only piece I know really well is the French Suite, so thank you very much DameMyra, this brought back some memories
Pianist Corner - Non Classical
Jump to new posts Re: How to combine a walking bass with improvisation in r.h. by Michael Martinez @ 11/20/14 06:23 PM

Originally Posted By: NahumSomewhere in a brain sits supervisor, who knows a lot, but from time to time does not know what to choose. happens to the best of us. Not necessarily a flaw.
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Looking for a good jazz beginner book by Michael Martinez @ 11/20/14 06:17 PM

The Harmonic Foundation of Jazz and Popular Music. Jimmy Amadie Play Piano by Ear. Simon Schott
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Jump to new posts Re: Need help identifying this piece please by dolce sfogato @ 11/20/14 05:51 PM

Tchaikovsky's grande sonate op.37 has a lot of this, esp. the 1st movement, development-section,
Pianist Corner - Non Classical
Jump to new posts Re: Let's Talk Weddings by Exalted Wombat @ 11/20/14 05:11 PM

The name "Mountbatten" was invented when, at the time of WW1, the British branch of the Battenberg (another good comedy name) family needed to sound less German. Philip adopted it in preference to his actual "Schleswig-Holstein-Sonder
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: yamaha P-105 or DGX 650 by anotherscott @ 11/20/14 05:00 PM

Originally Posted By: peterwsThe two sensors it has is twice what it had with the previous incarnations. Nah... unless they were doing something entirely different... two sensors is what you need to be able to sense velocity. A single-sensor board mi
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Yamaha YDP-S51 or Roland F130R? by peterws @ 11/20/14 04:11 PM

There are other options you might like, such as the Korg SL280 or Kawai ES7 which is a very good looking option imo . . . .these are both minimalistic cabinet models with pedals built in, and decent actions too. If you can stretch to the Roland DP90
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Yes your price for the F120, if second hand is a bit high. The other piano -- don't bother with it. Alternatively, just get a new Casio Privia PX150. You can't beat the price on it.
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Hello by Johan B @ 11/20/14 01:23 PM

Welcome Rebecca!! Nice you have found your pianosound! In these forums you will see it's more than just a forum....it's a community of pianofriends from level zero up to professional. A lot to read, nice advices, interesting questions about mu
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Serial # on a 1922 Steinway AR........? by Grandpianoman @ 11/20/14 01:11 PM

Hi Bill, Exactly...and since I am not the pianist, the machines are, it was great to find an ex-player piano/system of this caliber and size. I asked Steinway if they knew how many AR's were built. They told me that no one has gone through the bo
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Liszt's sonata on an 1849 Erard by Michael Sayers @ 11/20/14 12:36 PM

Hi Steve, Here is some Liszt on a very nice Erard. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hKvka52cGRw I'm not sure what year the piano is but it sounds a bit like this unrestored 1878 Erard which is pretty good for an almost 140 year old piano. h
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Chickering 109C better recording by OperaTenor @ 11/20/14 12:21 PM

"Dreadnaought Chickerings" Perfect!
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