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Jump to new posts Re: New Visitors and Lurkers Please Read... by PianoAndrew @ 08/01/15 08:26 PM

Hello, My name is Andrew. I've been playing piano for about a dozen years; I'm 28 currently and plan on going to graduate school for music in the next few years. I hope to learn some new things here, as well as listen to some fantastic pieces. Compo
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Roland F130R have back ground noise. by Alexander Borro @ 08/01/15 04:24 PM

Sensitivity to hiss seems to vary ear to ear which is why I believe you often will not get a concrete answer from different people across the board on the internet when these topics arise. Donzon has the reveal 402. I briefly owned the 502 tannoy r
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
If you words accurately reflect your interaction with the dealer ...Originally Posted By RohanRI was talking to the sales guy at the shop and the hint he has given me so far indicates that he is not willing to take more than a couple of hundred dolla
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Jump to new posts Re: Please identify this music! by Anne'sson @ 08/01/15 03:24 PM

There's a scene in "Casablanca" in which the combo at Rick's plays "The Marseillaise" to drown out German officers who are singing "Die Wacht am Rhine." Maybe that's the old movie your dad was watching.
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Jump to new posts Re: Problem with a reconditioned Bechstein grand by Robert 45 @ 08/01/15 02:28 PM

Thank you for the link to Shackleford pianos. A 1923 Bechstein is a product of Bechstein's Golden Age of piano making during the period of the ascendancy of the Weimar Republic. It is pleasing to know that both the tuner and the company are being he
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Yamaha CP5 key loose, help? by tks184 @ 08/01/15 01:49 PM

Thanks for the info! I will take it in
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: A fresh Rachmaninov Paganini Rhapsody by phantomFive @ 08/01/15 01:48 PM

Hey, careful, soon you might end up liking Rachmaninoff
Mechanical Musical Instruments
Jump to new posts Questions about Autopiano Player by mrj_442 @ 08/01/15 01:38 PM

I'm reposting this from the general forums. Hello! New to the forums...just looking for information. About 9 years ago, I purchased an antique piano. Wife was looking for a piano for the kids, and a lady was trying to get rid of one in her shop. Th
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Jump to new posts Re: Autopiano Player Piano Questions by mrj_442 @ 08/01/15 01:21 PM

I found a forum that pertains to players, so I'm going to repost there. Might be better to have this in a specific forum. Thanks for your help!
Mechanical Musical Instruments
Jump to new posts Re: Where to see player pianos play by mrj_442 @ 08/01/15 01:12 PM

If you are near Indiana, you need to go to Columbus, Indiana, to Zaharako's Ice Cream Parlor. They have a beautiful 1908 Welte Orchestrian, fully restored, and a museum that has many restored players, including one from the 1870's. The place is like
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Jump to new posts Re: I enjoyed this little comic by outo @ 08/01/15 12:16 PM

Originally Posted By DanLOriginally Posted By outoOriginally Posted By cefinow Still, the point is well made about the cumulative time wasted on various nonessentials every day. Exactly! I am well on my way of getting rid of all that in favor of m
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Jump to new posts Re: Steinway Console F Model by Ed McMorrow, RPT @ 08/01/15 12:03 PM

Be sure to lift the lid and inspect the top surface of the pin-block and back post area. Modern era Steinway verticals are known to suffer wood separation at the glue joints. There are many things about these pianos that are very nice-but the scali
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Hello from Malaysia :D by Gene Nelson @ 08/01/15 12:03 PM

Just curious: do you have experience with pianos that have been "tropicalized"??
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Jump to new posts Re: European Piano Party 2015 in Switzerland! by patH @ 08/01/15 11:59 AM

Thanks Doris for proofreading my translation! And to all: You're welcome. Nice to know that there are still some things that people are better at than computers. One of them is piano playing; another is automated translations. I first pasted the ar
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Kawai CA65 Voicing Question - 1 Key by Riley67 @ 08/01/15 10:02 AM

Greetings all.... In March, I upgraded from the Kawai ES7 to the CA65 (before 67/97 was released). I traded up to get the key action and XL sampling set (although I do miss the portability and performance of the ES7 still). Overall, I am very pleased
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: My Roland F-130R giving electric shock! Ouch. by MacMacMac @ 08/01/15 08:43 AM

Thanks joflah. The OP's description plainly describes something OTHER THAN ordinary, harmless static electricity ... and you've nailed the answer.
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: New midi keys for Sibelius by ElmerJFudd @ 08/01/15 08:43 AM

You don't need a large keyboard for note input on Sibelius. But you do want the ability to quickly jump octaves. I would suggest a CME xKey. They come in 25 and 39 key versions. Inexpensive, tiny, flat. http://www.sweetwater.com/store/search.php
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Split-Treble Upright actions by David Jenson @ 08/01/15 07:03 AM

Just to clarify, ... Are you talking about a bridge configuration, or the action stack? Most uprights have four brackets that support the action. This divides the treble portion of the action. Are you asking about that division?
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Piazzolla piano version? Series de Angel by dogperson @ 08/01/15 07:00 AM

I have located the YouTube version of Astor Piazzolla performing Milonga de Angel.. YouTube link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z92szaC-Jds For reference, one pianist on YouTube with the piano transcription https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1ke
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Best Portable Recording Interface For a DP ??? by musicmad @ 08/01/15 02:48 AM

Thanks to everyone for your support. The H4NSP is in the post. 
Piano Teachers Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Behind a piano without tears ? by Nahum @ 08/01/15 02:39 AM

Cefinov, thanks for the reply; I was quite amused by the title of the book. In principle, similar to the title can be given any topic related to children's education: "A game with cubes. without tears", "A game with ball. without tears
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Originally Posted By andoI thought it would be a pledge situation where you don't collect actual money until you reach your pledge target. That's how this usually works, maybe this is a different arrangement. Kickstarter works that way. Indiegogo g
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Jump to new posts Re: Shopping for used piano by michaelha @ 08/01/15 12:03 AM

If she's 16, what are the chances of her moving out to go to college in a couple of years?
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Pianist Corner
I recognized you instantly, you play Prokofiev's op.2 etudes in the best way I've ever heard. I think your talent as a performer is phenomenal, it's such a pleasure to hear you play. Even this overplayed piece sounded fresh and lovely . . . thank you
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