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Jump to new posts Re: My introduction, and search for a grand piano by sopranojam85 @ 07/21/14 03:37 PM

I've done a bit of reading on player piano mechanisms, and as I understand it, there's a chance that there's lead tubing present in there. I only remember seeing rubber tubing, but there might be hard lead tubing as well. Is that the main cause of da
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: All about Roland FP-80 & FP-50!!! by Tuneless @ 07/21/14 03:36 PM

@a-z0-9 From Jay Roland, June 18, this thread, "The three SuperNatural Acoustic Pianos are Concert, Ballade, and Bright. Comp is compressed. There will be little dynamic range and it is designed to have a lot of punch " Since he works
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
dire tonic- yes the nocturne I have on that soundcloud page is the cfx too, making most sense in context of when I replied to http://www.pianoworld.com/forum/ubbthreads.php/topics/2303099/1.html It's a rendering from the MIDI file that original poste
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Jump to new posts Re: Roland HPi-50 ? Similar Teaching System? by gremat @ 07/21/14 03:26 PM

Could anyone find out already if there is a difference between the Piano Partner app for iPad and the software that comes with the HPi50e??
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Jump to new posts Impromptu in majors and minors (Impromptu 2) by Skinkken @ 07/21/14 03:03 PM

My previous piece (Impromtu in D minor): http://www.pianoworld.com/forum/ubbthreads.php/topics/2166034.html#Post2166034 Here is my newest composition. Actually, it is about 4 months old. I started composing this at last Christmas holiday and wrote s
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Jump to new posts Re: Senior Recital: Beethoven Piano Sonata Op.26 by bplary1300 @ 07/21/14 03:00 PM

Thanks for the comments from both of you! This was a great sonata to learn and I think it was appreciated by the faculty during my grad school auditions. It's reserved elegance and peaceful ending make it stand out among other more virtuosic sonatas
Piano Teachers Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Teaching Rhythm : How do you do it? by Sweet06 @ 07/21/14 02:59 PM

"when you clap your hands, you are doing it to the beat" that should work for anyone. everyone can clap their hands to the beat.
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Jump to new posts Re: Jazz pianists and posture by Sweet06 @ 07/21/14 02:57 PM

I think you guys are super caught up on something that's not important. From a physical therapy point of view, posture is good to keep well for your own health sake, unless you do weights and have a strong back, its not good to be hunched over for l
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Thanks for that reply, Mark. I appreciate the time you took to explain your position and I respect it. I have no doubt that Mr Dain puts together some ripping instruments and I hope to play one of them one of these days - regardless of anything I've
Pianist Corner
beet31425- Thank you for all those remarks. However the case, I do not believe that Ian nor the person who did the research claims that any of these things that were common to most performers were inherently wrong. But perhaps it suggests that someo
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Jump to new posts Re: Pitch Raise - 1900 Ivers Pond Upright by musicNow @ 07/21/14 02:02 PM

Thanks Olek. - Rick
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Jump to new posts Re: New Improvisation by JoelW @ 07/21/14 01:10 PM

Interesting rhythms. I like the harmonies too but I was wishing there would be moments of resolve rather than being tense the whole way through.
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Jump to new posts Re: Prelude in A (listen to it) by Ritzycat @ 07/21/14 12:56 PM

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Jump to new posts bridge pin offset marking by jim ialeggio @ 07/21/14 08:36 AM

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Jump to new posts Re: Amish PA Craftmanship by BrianDX @ 07/21/14 08:33 AM

Bring AND consume of course! In my case, a little bit before playing to calm the nerves. A lot afterwards to drown my sorrows...
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: how are the keys like on korg RK-100S? by Morodiene @ 07/21/14 07:55 AM

I'm guessing they're your typical plasticky synth feel. They look pretty small too.
Members Recordings - Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: L. van Beethoven op. 110, 1st&2nd Movement by Tony007 @ 07/21/14 07:14 AM

Thanks a lot, Andy, for your praising and your criticism. As always it was a great pleasure to read your comment! I'll go on, and your ideas will certainly have a considerable influence on my approach!
Members Recordings - Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Claude Debussy: Valse romantique (1890) by Tony007 @ 07/21/14 07:07 AM

Originally Posted By: Tim AdriansonHi, Tony! As usual, a solid presentation -- I did some sense of "fresh paint"; i.e, I got the impression that you were navigating your way from progression to progression -- but the navigation was expe
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Jump to new posts Re: Headphone Amp? by pwl @ 07/21/14 05:03 AM

My experience has been that, yes, headphones driven by a decent headphone amp will sound better than when they're plugged into the headphone output of a computer. It's not simply a matter of volume. Realistically, the only way you'll know whether YOU
Members Recordings - Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Ravel - jeux d'eau by Pianamateur @ 07/21/14 02:42 AM

Glad I could fill in the op 26 gap for you...! Although having listened once through bplary's final movement, I wouldn't hold myself anywhere near their level of quality. A new recording of the Ravel should be up there too if you fancy a listen - imp
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts GHS improved over time? by doremi @ 07/21/14 02:12 AM

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Jump to new posts Re: Espressivo by jeffreyjones @ 07/21/14 01:29 AM

"Espressivo" is a term of relativity.. suggesting that you should change something about how it is played in order to make it especially expressive. How that is done is always going to be up to the performer and according to the context, be
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