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Adult Beginners Forum
Yesterday at 12:11 PM
07. earlofmar - Invention No 3 You managed to bring out both voices very clearly, I think that’s very nicely done indeed. What peace of mind it must bring to be able to play Bach like this (after the countless hours of practice, of course!). 08. wouter79 - Album for the Young...
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Adult Beginners Forum
Yesterday at 12:01 PM
Originally Posted by kevinbI've often wondered about this. I frequently get wrist pain from playing the piano; but I frequently get pains in my legs after running, or in my shoulders after lifting weights. It never really occurred to me that demanding, repetitive practice of any ...
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Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Yesterday at 11:58 AM
I think your last post shows that you already do have a good idea of what to look for. Nevertheless, some thoughts of mine: Firstly, if action noise is such an issue as you describe, the CA98 might possibly even be a better choice for you than the NV10. We currently do not know ...
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Adult Beginners Forum
Yesterday at 11:52 AM
Originally Posted by SwissMS I like the slow, reverent feeling that you give the piece. This is an excellent job for 10 months of playing! Thank you very much for your kind words! Originally Posted by Alexander Borro When I saw the title, but not the composer I was expecting th...
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Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Yesterday at 11:52 AM
Guys ... (dmd is going to kill me lol), I bought the ES8 one hour ago. Got too good price to say no....
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Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Yesterday at 11:45 AM
Originally Posted by stamkorgDoes anybody notice that the output level coming from Pianoteq is significantly higher than the output from UVI or from Kontakt? I can't comment on that, but I remember the output level from PT being higher than the line output from my MIDI keyboard ...
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Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Yesterday at 11:41 AM
dogperson, thanks, have already contacted Sr.Minetti. unfortunately the stock digital models he modifies are in the just-o.k. tier of instruments, and his custom work more than doubles the price of the stock keyboard while voiding its warranty. still considering that option, wh...
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Adult Beginners Forum
Yesterday at 11:33 AM
13. Monica K. - La Nascita Delle Cose Segrete Nicely played, Monica! And your Mason & Hamlin sounds so good! 14. Riddler (Ed) - I Hear a Rhapsody I thoroughly enjoyed your performance, Ed! Those gorgeous jazz progressions just seem to flow so effortlessly from your fingert...
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Adult Beginners Forum
Yesterday at 11:24 AM
Recital 48 and the Latin-American themed recital. There are 3,057 performances from 57 recitals with 561 different performers indexed. Whew! Sam...
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Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Yesterday at 11:19 AM
49-keys is probably the practical limit for carry-on luggage. Even then an enthusiastic crew might make you check it as well. I travel about once a month with a 61-key Go Piano (see photos here), and I definitely have to check that in. I always get a little jealous when I see pe...
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Piano Forum
Yesterday at 11:11 AM
Thank you for that Karl. I also queued up a YouTube video and think I need to buy this recording. Cheers to you!...
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Piano Forum
Yesterday at 11:11 AM
Hi, Does anyone know what the differences are between the new Yamaha SX-series and the S-series? There doesn't seem to be much information on the differences/improvements. And is the SX-series there to replace the S-series? There is no S-series anymore on the US website, just S...
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Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Yesterday at 10:55 AM
Luciano Minetti makes custom keyboards designed for travel. Here is the PW link Travel Keyboard ClsscLib, a member here has one; you might send him a PM to ask about it...
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Adult Beginners Forum
Yesterday at 10:49 AM
Originally Posted by ghosthandBut how many of us adult amateurs are really interested in becoming the next Kissin? I suppose most of you are just like me. I play for personal reasons, my goals are very personal, my ambitions are very high but they do not include "making the ...
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Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Yesterday at 10:28 AM
Thanks for advice, i got some Cory polish on order now...
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Adult Beginners Forum
Yesterday at 10:25 AM
Originally Posted by keystringI am so tired of the statement being reiterated over and over as though fact that children learn faster, that their brains are growing and ours aren't and the rest. It is useless at best. More importantly, a lot of things that ought to be looked at...
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Piano Forum
Yesterday at 10:04 AM
Well done, Joe. I will add one thing. We can see that it has new hammers, but we cannot see anything else. It could have original shanks, flanges, and wippens. It could have original key bushings and/or be in need of a new keyset. Before 1924 Blüthner used their own design of...
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Piano Forum
Yesterday at 09:21 AM
This is a genuine Blüthner. It dates from around 1900-1920. At that time, Blüthner pianos had round holes in the frame. They didn't move to the rectangular holes until the late 1920s. The legs have been either changed to straight legs, or the original turned legs were cut down...
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Adult Beginners Forum
Yesterday at 08:51 AM
Personally I do practice every day. Some days up to 2h at most. Every 1/2h you're supposed to take a 10m break. Right now I'm working on a movement out of a Beethoven Sonata that is 4 pages long with a lot of repetition & similar passages. Need to practice with an estimate li...
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Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Yesterday at 08:46 AM
portable keyboards in general is an extremely competitive market. whoever developed a modular split keyboard and invested in a production run would need to count on gaining enough of a market share to make $$. the 55 cm. you cite is probably what the airlines specify as allowab...
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Piano Forum
Yesterday at 08:39 AM
Good day, I stumbled upon an advertisement for a used Blüthner piano. The serial number is not disclosed. Looking at the pictures, I noticed a few features that - I thought - should not add up, such as: - the hole shape in the frame and the square leg style - the shape of th...
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