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Piano World Piano Forums Newsletter
Vol 1 July 2005

Welcome to Volume 1 of the Piano Forums Newsletter!

We've been promising to do this for a long time now.
I'm hoping we can put out a new newsletter every few months. If you'd like to contribute a story, article, or snippet to the newsletter, please let us know (

It's Here!!
The First Ever PWPF CD!

More Information

If you like piano music, this CD is for you!

Over 4-1/2 hours of piano music performed by our very own talented forums members.
What's New?
If you haven't visited the forums in a while, you don't know what you're missing! Some of todays active topics:
~ Music Colleges
~ Floor Model vs New
~ Return to the piano after 20 years
~ What are you listening to now?
~ Weird giraffe-monster piano
~ Are pianos largely over priced?
~ When to rebuild?

Drop by the forums today, you will be glad you did (and so will we).

And don't forget to visit the main Piano World web site where you will find over 1000 pages of information related to the piano.

It's Fun to Play the Piano ... Pass It On!

**** Help Wanted! ****

If you enjoy visiting Piano World (and I certainly hope you do), please consider lending a hand.
Anything from contributing a short anecdote to a full fledged article would be most appreciated.

Other things to consider:
* CD reviews (reviews of piano oriented CDs)
* Stories
* News about the piano industry
* How-to or helpful hints
* Pictures (particularly of unusual or unique pianos).
* Concert schedules
* Competitions
If you do decide to help, please make sure the content you are contributing is ok for us to use. Be careful of copyrights and permissions, we don't want to anger anyone. If it isn't something original you created, please check with the rightful owner.

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Thank You

We would also appreciate it if you would help us spread the word about Piano World, and "In-Tune".

Until Next Time

Frank Baxter
Piano World

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