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10/21/17 06:26 PM
Originally Posted by Elysia.SAt the store i work in we sell alot of digital pianos. We see the lower priced ones going to young students and the higher priced ones often to adults. Some of the main reasons for buying a digital is maintenance, price, easier to move, headphones and...
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Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
10/21/17 06:22 PM
On another front, car purists demand that electric cars be retrofitted with sound systems to recreate the noise of a gasoline or diesel motor....
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Piano Forum
10/21/17 06:21 PM
I've yet to play a digital that even comes close to a good Steinway or Bosendorfer grand (or many other brands). The responsiveness just isn't there. Also, there's no way small speakers inside a digital can reproduce the sound of a huge soundboard on 6' or larger grand, althoug...
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Adult Beginners Forum
10/21/17 06:12 PM
Same here. I...
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Adult Beginners Forum
10/21/17 06:05 PM
So far there has been no response by the OP. Somewhat puzzling....
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Adult Beginners Forum
10/21/17 06:02 PM
Originally Posted by Greener PianogrlNW (Ellen) - Milonga del Angel Very nice and like your interpretation. It is a lovely piece I still play. Thought you brought an understated feel to it which I really like as it is a tune that can otherwise easily get over the top dramat...
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Pianist Corner
10/21/17 06:02 PM
Originally Posted by BruceD"Play[ing] along in [your] merry little way" suggests that you may not be concentrating on the elements on which you should be concentrating. That could be a compromise to the efficiency of your memory learning. Regards, I suppose this is...
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Pianist Corner
10/21/17 05:49 PM
How would you feel if someone asked you to perform if after 3 days? Could you perform it at a very important, high-stakes event? Like Richter gave the premiere of Prokofiev's 7th sonata FROM MEMORY after having practiced it for 4 days? Or how Liszt played Beethoven's 3rd concerto...
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Adult Beginners Forum
10/21/17 05:46 PM
Originally Posted by BeemerOriginally Posted by ValenciaBeemer if you want just list the piece you want to play and someone else can add it to the list for you. Thanks I will do this now but hope that someone posts instructions using a more understandable (for me) sequence. Shos...
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Piano Forum
10/21/17 05:43 PM
At the store i work in we sell alot of digital pianos. We see the lower priced ones going to young students and the higher priced ones often to adults. Some of the main reasons for buying a digital is maintenance, price, easier to move, headphones and volume control. There are s...
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Adult Beginners Forum
10/21/17 05:38 PM
Haiku thoughts from the keyboard On her piano Glorious sounds from heaven Ten fingers played Bach My piano insists No more Shostokovich I sigh with relief...
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Pianist Corner
10/21/17 05:31 PM
"Play[ing] along in [your] merry little way" suggests that you may not be concentrating on the elements on which you should be concentrating. That could be a compromise to the efficiency of your memory learning. Regards, ...
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Adult Beginners Forum
10/21/17 05:30 PM
How many four bars exercises would you recommending doing per day? On a separate note, I wasnt aware you were supposed to analyse the score to this degree much before attempting to play it, I thought it was cheating. I thought it was just a case of looking for key signature and...
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Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
10/21/17 05:30 PM
Originally Posted by OshoMy teacher recommends that I buy an acoustic grand piano (of course.. :)) or at least keep the digital piano sound at the 'same level' as a acoustic grand piano. My question is: how can I judge if the DP sound level is right? What is a typical dB level...
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Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
10/21/17 05:27 PM
Anyone know (James?) if the music stand, etc. can be taken off of the top of the NV10 and look like it was never there?...
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Pianist Corner
10/21/17 05:27 PM
These are great tips that i can use I will admit that I have not put any effort i to memorizing for a long time. I am a very strong sight reader. I do go back and practise in small chunks and analyse what i am practising but i do it with the mentality of perfecting dynamic and ...
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Adult Beginners Forum
10/21/17 05:26 PM
Originally Posted by hyena[...]Yeah, but that's the thing. That voicing is where I want to train in too. I've done it before with Doctor Gradus - Debussy, getting out the melody between all these notes. So I thought k545 might be a fun song, but that Debussy would have more to te...
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Piano Forum
10/21/17 05:20 PM
I have a Roland Digital Grand, a Yamaha Clavinova, and a Baldwin R Grand. Like my children, I love them all, but if I could only have one it would be the Roland Digital Grand. I also owned a Technics digital that I gave to a neighbor that was a least 20 years old. All three of th...
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Piano Teachers Forum
10/21/17 05:15 PM
My teacher, who rarely got colds, always washed her hands between lessons. She would go to her kitchen, some distance from the studio, and arrive back with all sorts of suggestions, already, from overhearing a student’s warm-up. 😀 The fun one is rehearsing with a singer pra...
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Adult Beginners Forum
10/21/17 05:06 PM
Originally Posted by bennevisOriginally Posted by hyena Don't different pieces teach very different things? I could probably even practice color in the Czerny Etudes, but I have a feeling (so no idea if I'm right or not) that with Debussy the spectrum of color is much greater, es...
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Piano Forum
10/21/17 05:03 PM
Given your description of a bedroom and size, I doubt you would gain much sound benefit by going to the B. A big piano will sound lovely in a small space if all reasonable factors are addressed, but without greater air volume, the benefit is reduced between those two models, IMO...
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Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
10/21/17 05:03 PM
Thanks for your replies! I'm currently using ASIO4all. Just wondering if Realtek ASIO was better. Greetings...
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Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
10/21/17 05:01 PM
Here is an audio recording I made from last year tuning the octaves in the EBVT Temperament. The piano is a Kawai RX-6. I was tuning it for a concert at my local high school. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=cbpdKaN-EpM...
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Adult Beginners Forum
10/21/17 05:01 PM
Late start, re-beginning lessons this fall after summer break; just had first lesson this past Wednesday. They will be biweekly. Compared to her health status last year at this time, my teacher is doing much better mentally, if not so much physically.… That has been a long ...
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Adult Beginners Forum
10/21/17 04:38 PM
Originally Posted by ValenciaBeemer if you want just list the piece you want to play and someone else can add it to the list for you. Thanks I will do this now but hope that someone posts instructions using a more understandable (for me) sequence. Shostakovich, Dmitri Waltz No.2...
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