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Jump to new posts Spurious overtone? by 9190 @ 07/20/16 06:03 PM

KAWAI MP7 THREAD http://www.pianoworld.com/forum/ubbthreads.php/topics/2557830.html#Post2557830
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Jump to new posts Re: My piano is home! (and thanks, everyone) by Retsacnal @ 07/20/16 05:57 PM

Thanks for the kind words, everyone. Und vielen Dank, Norbert! Regarding lessons, sometimes I wonder if I really want the accountability. I also wonder if Mrs. Retsacnal's reminders about lessons are an indication of what she thinks of my playing!
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Jump to new posts Re: What the heck is a Pfeiffer?! by janneman62 @ 07/20/16 05:31 PM

I have a Pfeiffer upright since 1995. It is a very strong piano, needs hardly tuning, and people who listen to it (at my home) allways say: What the hack, I hear a grand and I see an upright! Here some recordings of my beautiful Pfeiffer: https://ww
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Jump to new posts Re: Re 1921 Steinway M wtih an update by MaryMM @ 07/20/16 05:09 PM

He is aware of these things. He has been doing this for over 40 years. he will work and work with me and the piano to get everything to my satisfaction. Will keep folks posted. Thank you so much Ed for the pointers. Have heard as Rich of Fred--it is
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Jump to new posts Re: Old Ivers & Pond by Jim DK @ 07/20/16 03:31 PM

According to PIERCE PIANO ATLAS 10th edition page 177, that Ivers & Pond serial number was assigned in 1901.
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Stand for ES8 by coachz @ 07/20/16 02:20 PM

I just bought the ES8 and stand. Try http://azpianonews.blogspot.com/ and see if they can get you one pronto. It's a great setup and I got mine in 7 days.
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Originally Posted By AndrewGleibmanThanks Morodiene, I am also in doubt that after-touch is compatible with a professional pianist keyboard. What you suggest as a more simple solution I do in the form of keyboard-controlled arpeggios. I control the
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Jump to new posts Re: Schedule for this year's IKIF by pianoloverus @ 07/20/16 02:09 PM

I emailed the director, and there is no live streaming like there was last year. The recitals are being videotaped and will be available for viewing after the festival is over.
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Jump to new posts Re: Wishing for a Roland RD-73 by Rhodie73 @ 07/20/16 02:08 PM

I've wishing for something like an RD-73 as well. I would also like for Roland to throw in either as an option or an included music rest that slides/bolts or whatever to the back of the instrument!
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Jump to new posts Re: Silent Piano or Acoustic + Digital by JohnSprung @ 07/20/16 12:55 PM

Originally Posted By patH...; but IMO it's less important than between a digital piano and an acoustic piano. There are huge differences between digitals. Some -- many -- simulate the acoustic action at least fairly well. Others simulate the acti
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Originally Posted By Mark Polishook In any case it comes down to D minor and E minor. MD plays modally, there are no leading tones in his improvisation, or if there are, there are very, very, very, very few. ! Some refinements. There are two neighbor
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Jump to new posts Re: KAWAI CA97/67 on youtube! by Tom LC @ 07/20/16 12:18 PM

$3900? In California I had to pay $5200 plus tax. Yes they delivered it for free>>>>>>>>>>
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Jump to new posts Re: new M&H coming soon by Nelson Muntz @ 07/20/16 12:13 PM

Very much appreciate the video you posted. I wish the pianist knew a couple of jazz standards.
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Jump to new posts Re: Rachmaninoff/Wild - Vocalise by benjamink @ 07/20/16 10:54 AM

Thanks for the feedback Tim. I've accompanied this piece several times before for different instrumentation - voice, cello, bassoon and likely others that I'm forgetting. The goal here was to learn a version of which was notably different from the or
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Piano models with good action key by bnolsen @ 07/20/16 10:53 AM

Definitely stick with play testing those keybeds. If you end up playing higher end digitals like the kawai cn25 the ones above won't seem nearly so nice.
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Jump to new posts "Afterglow" by Larry G. Alexander @ 07/20/16 08:44 AM

I wrote this after undergoing many radiation treatments several years ago. This is my "Afterglow". http://www.alexandermusic.com/resources/Afterglow.mp3 I still glow in the dark. Regards, Larry Alexander
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Jump to new posts Re: "Minuet In E Minor" by Larry G. Alexander @ 07/20/16 08:31 AM

Originally Posted By TheHappyPianoMuseThank you SO much for your encouraging words. I had the surgery this morning and it was a breeze. No "joy-juice" but the pretty psychedelic lights of the Doc's microscope sufficed to produce a simila
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Jump to new posts Re: Erik Satie - Gymnopédie No.1 by Qazsedcft @ 07/20/16 08:16 AM

I have large hands but still found them difficult although not impossible. I find it more comfortable to play the 4-note chords between the black keys.
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Jump to new posts Help by Randy Rodriguez @ 07/20/16 07:24 AM

I recently started learning how to play the piano with a teacher and due to certain "complications" I left him and now I can't get someone to teach me.I don't know what to for I don't know how I can teach myself and most importantly where t
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Hello Steven Universe enthusiasts, A new beautiful song has arrived on Steven Universe, it is called It's Over, Isn't it? It is a lovely expressive ballade Enjoy! Piano Cover https://youtu.be/nSLlA9-rVZk Piano Tutorial https://youtu.be/CMSF
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Originally Posted By Peter K. MoseI sent you a private message, Kubla. ...and one for you, Peter.
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Jump to new posts Re: Phat Phingers by Simon Hester @ 07/20/16 05:33 AM

Thanks. So glad you enjoyed it. I certainly do find that limitations actually provide one of the best routes to creativity. Thanks for listening
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This is fascinating stuff - I love it!
Pianist Corner - Non Classical
Jump to new posts Mark Polishook Improvisation Workshop at Jackdaws by Mark Polishook @ 07/20/16 05:22 AM

If you're in the UK or if you'd like to have a nice trip here–and remember the pound is down against the dollar–I'll be giving a weekend improvisation workshop, three days in all, at Jacksdaws.org which is in a beautiful country setting. Seatin
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Jump to new posts Re: Discussing stretch with a professional tuner by Chris Leslie @ 07/20/16 04:30 AM

Alfredo Capurso I think.
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