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You can ask a moderator ^^ Just 'report' the thread using the 'notify' button at the bottom of your last post in this thread and mention why you would like to change the original thread title and how
Adult Beginners Forum
Yes. Have done so for over five years, and I don't intend to change (except possibly to extend my one-hour lessons to 75 or 90 minutes).
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Jump to new posts Re: Waking Up The Dead by Rich Galassini @ 02/15/17 10:16 AM

Originally Posted By Ed Foote Greetings, There is a technique to replacing the embedded block without opening up the case. It requires some careful measurement, a pair of rounded corners on either end of the block, ( distal corner on the bass en
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Jump to new posts Tension Band by Mark Cerisano, RPT @ 02/15/17 08:41 AM

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Jump to new posts Re: New Visitors and Lurkers Please Read... by DYATHON @ 02/15/17 08:39 AM

Hi. My name is Adrian . I am from Moldova . I am an amateur piano music composer . My passion for music has appeared on at 17 years . And I started to learn music making independently but there was not so good results . So always I continued to learn
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Jump to new posts NSL Tension Laws by Mark Cerisano, RPT @ 02/15/17 07:33 AM

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Jump to new posts Re: Best method book for adult beginner by malkin @ 02/15/17 07:13 AM

Originally Posted By hello my name is...I'm thinking of just having the talk with him and asking him whether he wants to go slowly but steadily/thoroughly or quickly but brief... I'm leaning towards Faber's adult method or Alfred's since it looks li
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鄭俊弘 Fred Cheng - 迷 (TVB 劇集 "迷" 主題曲) (鋼琴版 Piano Cover + Piano Tutorial) TVB Drama and 鄭俊弘 Fred Cheng enthusiasts! Here is my piano cover on Fred's song for the new Drama "迷". Enjoy! Piano Cover ht
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Jump to new posts Re: Dampp Chaser pads in an upright tank by Rick_Parks @ 02/15/17 06:52 AM

If you can't control the room, then the damp chaser is a good idea for a solution... You might try a similar method for your guitars? A controlled box, or closet? Hope the DC works out for you.
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Jump to new posts Re: Kawai ES8 v1.06 software update - now available by stevedoz @ 02/15/17 05:55 AM

Originally Posted By Kawai JamesHello Steve, I put your suggestion to one of the ES programmers, and showed him a mock-up of the LCD with the four dots added. Unfortunately, this will not be possible as the chord names shown in the bottom left can
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He did an amazing job making this ^^
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Jump to new posts Re: Best app/software for me to start with? by johan d @ 02/15/17 01:38 AM

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Jump to new posts Re: Used Piano Prices for Replacement Claim? by JohnSprung @ 02/15/17 01:33 AM

Originally Posted By navyasw02Right now it's in my house just sitting there taking up space. What city are you in? -- Perhaps someone on the forum is local and can take a look at it. At the very least, it might become a tinkering project for someo
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Jump to new posts Re: Small Chopin program by Mark_C @ 02/15/17 12:46 AM

Originally Posted By D. S. F......I listened to a friend of mine play the barcarolle at his house the other day, and we were talking about how great that low C sharp and the chord that follows is as a recital opener.... I agree completely (although t
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Hi everybody, Rob Mullins here. How's it going? So first of all, Frank and I have been friends for a long time, and for sure I owe him more than one free Skype piano lesson since I saw him and his lovely wife in LA and drove them around the NAMM show
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Jump to new posts Re: Recital 45 --- Call For Submissions by Pathbreaker @ 02/14/17 11:57 PM

Yup that was me sneaking in at the end. I didn't think I had anything this time but decided on a last minute spontaneous recording.
Pianist Corner
Yes, I heard him 1/26/17 in Chicago (well, Evanston really), at the concert sponsored by the Lisker Music Foundation. Sold out, standing room only! (Ok, it's not a huge hall...) One of his encores is on YouTube. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cu
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Jump to new posts Re: More Affordable Every Keyboard Option Out There? by Charles Cohen @ 02/14/17 10:03 PM

Have you started to visit music stores yet? An hour (with headphones, please!) will teach you a fair bit. If that's impossible, forget I suggested it.
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XenondiFlouride, I agree with your assessment for the most part (I am a semi-obscure piece enthusiast myself), but my take is that many of these "showpieces" are unfortunately some kind of de facto standard, and on top of that, the standard
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Jump to new posts Re: Here's a how to handle a concert disaster by WhoDwaldi @ 02/14/17 08:56 PM

Originally Posted By DamonOriginally Posted By pianoloverusOriginally Posted By GreenerOriginally Posted By Mark_COriginally Posted By pianoloverusI find the idea that this was planned extremely cynical. Me too. It might be hard not to wonder about
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Jump to new posts Re: Is this true? by SonatainfSharp @ 02/14/17 08:10 PM

Originally Posted By Cutestpuppiebut on paper are pieces with sharps and flats more difficult in difficulty? From a student/teacher perspective, learning pieces in keys away from C major come in the form of "more difficult" because you are
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Jump to new posts Re: French Themed Recital Sign-Up Thread by timmyab @ 02/14/17 05:32 PM

I've put my name down for Voiles by Debussy. My old piano conked out about a year ago and I haven't played much since then, but there's a new piano in the post and I've had this piece near to performance standard in the past so I should be able to
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
I've been a fan of Protek CLP for a while, for these situations, but I hadn't tried Prolube. I ordered a bottle of Prolube yesterday, so I am looking forward to trying it out, and will bear in mind the comments about mixing Protek and Prolube.
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