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Jump to new posts Re: Ear training - what is it? by chopin_r_us @ 08/30/14 06:51 AM

Originally Posted By: Roland The Beagle The next kind of ear training is theoretical. This is where the conscious mind (and some would say left-brain) starts getting involved. The largest part of this is starting to give labels and structure to wh
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Help needed…Kawai VPC1 by rnaple @ 08/30/14 05:04 AM

Originally Posted By: bnolsen The only "broken" digital i've ever seen there was a williams allegro. deja vu ... ... ,,,
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: TEST by wouter79 @ 08/30/14 02:13 AM

anything
Piano Teachers Forum
Originally Posted By: keystringGoing back to the original topic: If I read it from the view of a student, I get mixed messages. I pretty well have a classical background, starting with the earliest music that played from my parents' choices in my in
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Easiest of the bach inventions? by Roland The Beagle @ 08/29/14 10:51 PM

Originally Posted By: Francisco ScalcoOriginally Posted By: Ataru0741, 6, 9, 11... 5 with all the embellishment is also good. The 9th in F minor? That's practically a triple fugue... It's not hugely elaborate to WTC standards, but to play that well
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Can someone list the rules of accidentals? by 8 Octaves @ 08/29/14 10:19 PM

The rules of accidentals are rather simple. First the piano is made up of semitones, 88 of them, most of the time. The F to F# is one semitone. The G to G# is one semitone. The E to F is one semitone and so is the B to C, one semitone. A sharp
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: 1950s Zimmermann by PhilipInChina @ 08/29/14 09:47 PM

I was trying to work out a reasonable price to offer on a piano recently. So I logged in to a site which runs piano auctions in UK. I looked at the prices for which similar pianos had sold over the past couple of years. That gave me a fairly accurate
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Wow, lots of nice boards there! Keep up the good work. I've watched your videos without understanding the language, so adding English subtitles will certainly help! Cheers, James x
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Originally Posted By: lolatuOriginally Posted By: markmarzMy guess is the soundboard is only activated when internal speakers are used, because the internal speakers are cut when external speakers are connected. Is that all or partially correct? The
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Advice about scales by 255 @ 08/29/14 08:35 PM

Do you have a teacher?
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: ROLAND RD-800 USER THREAD by fizikisto @ 08/29/14 08:33 PM

Good Reviews! thanks for the links
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Jump to new posts Re: No one home? by Rickster @ 08/29/14 08:15 PM

Give it time, Scott, or send another email. He's still alive and kicking as of a day or two ago... Rick
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Piano with Willie by earlofmar @ 08/29/14 07:28 PM

it is a shame you have felt forced to move away from your favourite site.
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Roland RD 800 Dust Cover by Marko in Boston @ 08/29/14 06:30 PM

Glad you pulled the trigger!! RD800 is a exceptional stage piano for sure. Spend some time to learn it and you will be amazed at what this stage piano can do and sound like. Im in six months deep and still floored on a daily basis by what I am lear
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: USD20000 for a grand piano. What are my choices? by Miguel Rey @ 08/29/14 05:58 PM

If you sound quality plus build quality then going used/rebuilt is the way to go period. 20K for a grand is fine if you search nationally with reputable dealers/ rebuilders.
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Schimmel vs Yamaha by Rich Galassini @ 08/29/14 05:15 PM

Originally Posted By: pianobrokerSwingal Who told you that refinishing a white polyester piano is a piece of cake. I'm just curious I think white polyester makes a piano look like a piece of cake. ....I miss pianobroker.
Piano Forum
Hi guys Just spoke to Martin Smith of Peter Smith's pianos in Paisley asking him if has ever come across a Mahogany Schimmel Konzert series grand piano. He said he hasn't ever seen one, and if He was in my position, he'd take a black one anyday beca
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: about soft pedal and sostenuto pedal by Scordatura @ 08/29/14 04:19 PM

Originally Posted By: Michael SayersOriginally Posted By: Francisco ScalcoThe other pedal you're referring to is probably the "una corda", which is NOT a soft pedal. It must be not treated as some sort of "pianissimo pedal". It is
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Which level can I reach ? by gingko2 @ 08/29/14 03:56 PM

Hello Alex, I'm curious about your motivation for this goal. There is an incredible amount of excellent but less technically demanding piano music. It is an accomplishment to play ANY piece of music beautifully. Would you feel your time was w
Member Recordings - Non Classical Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Ballade Pour Adeline and River Flows in You by stylerhun @ 08/29/14 03:29 PM

Anybody can tell, that what is the level of 'Ballade pour Adeline' from Richard Clayderman? I think it's harder(this is my personal opinion because I must practice it day by day to don'nt make mistakes during playing) than River flows in you but I do
Member Recordings - Non Classical Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Yiruma - River flows in you by a beginner by stylerhun @ 08/29/14 03:24 PM

You can find my new movie about this piece here: http://www.pianoworld.com/forum/ubbthrea...l#Post2304044 This is my favorite piece at the moment and I think this is one thing that helped me to learn it easily
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Correct fingering by johan d @ 08/29/14 02:56 PM

Thx for all advice, very helpfull.
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Synthogy Ivory II -- Kawai MP11 by Allan W. @ 08/29/14 11:09 AM

I'll highly recommend using a software VST like Ivory II. I've had my Kawai MP10 for a while with the Ivory II American Concert D, and loved it. For the last month I didn't have access to the stupid iLok, so I had to use the built-in sounds and it ju
Member Recordings - Non Classical Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Offspring - Gone Away piano cover by Cudo @ 08/29/14 11:07 AM

The sustain pedal is NOT "Gone Away".
Member Recordings - Non Classical Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Imagine Dragons - Radioactive by dannn @ 08/29/14 10:03 AM

Sounds good.is it your arrangement or learned it from sheet?
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