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Piano Forum
09/15/17 01:40 AM
Mr.Estrin does know Baldwins, and it's always interesting to see which pieces he chooses for a particular instrument to show its best....
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Piano Teachers Forum
09/15/17 01:39 AM
Originally Posted by 17MomentsOSpringTo make a long story short, I'm not a piano teacher (yet, it's a goal of mine), I've never had a teacher, and I've been playing since I was 3, so I don't have much experience to help me out now. And in any case, teaching a little kid is differ...
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Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
09/15/17 01:37 AM
Well, you were "up-sold" -- but the KDP90 will be fine. It seems to date from 2014 -- not an old design. Based on my own experience: . . . You are better off with a happy wife and slightly emptier wallet, than with an unhappy wife, and a fuller wallet.<g> I ha...
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Pianist Corner
09/15/17 01:29 AM
Good points you've made here. However, the Turkish March of Beethoven was originally written as an orchestral work. With that in mind, don't you feel that a transcription for only one piano is inappropriate? There might be doubled notes or loud dynamics which would be hard to con...
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Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
09/15/17 01:28 AM
I agree Gombessa. I think the market has really segmented into two groups: the people who just want the best key action in the cheapest package, and the people who want the best possible piano. So the HP-603 buyers and the LX-17 buyers. A lot of the first group are going to take...
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Adult Beginners Forum
09/15/17 01:21 AM
Thanks, for the feedback everyone. I didn't know whether those slashes are (less common) notation that would be worth knowing about (and anyway they confused me). @Qazsedcft: I don't think they are breathing marks (because of the music and also because of their placement in fron...
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Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
09/15/17 01:20 AM
Originally Posted by sullivang . . . - continuous sustain pedal (the ability for the DP to send messages that describe how far the pedal has been depressed, instead of just on/off. Caution: I'm pretty sure Casio only has one intermediate level) Greg It depends on the Casio mod...
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Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
09/15/17 01:15 AM
Originally Posted by Falsch I know that. However, the places where Linux is not represented is when it comes to media creation such as photography, video editing, and music. For piano's, obviously only the 'music' part is applicable. The reason why Linux isn't represented in tho...
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Piano Forum
09/15/17 01:13 AM
Originally Posted by Piano*DadThis is a joke, right? I mean, if it's not, then the conductor's "art" itself is a joke and a fraud perpetrated on a gullible public lo these many years. If all the conductor does is stand in front of the musicians, keep time, and perhaps...
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Pianist Corner
09/15/17 01:11 AM
Well, with all due respect of course my friend, but people's conditions can vary greatly at that age depending on how they lived their life. You seem to be doing very good and I'm happy for you! But alas, if we all knew what would happen in the future, wouldn't our current lives ...
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Pianist Corner
09/15/17 12:57 AM
Originally Posted by AviChakOriginally Posted by CareyYour feelings about this issue at age 20 will probably be different than your feelings about it at age 70 (trust me ). Lol Carey, that's not my age. I do appreciate your concern though. By remembering, I mean like learn...
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Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
09/15/17 12:54 AM
Sullivang - correct on the high-def MIDI on some Casio units. Some hot opinions and more color below relating to high-resolution MIDI for those interested... http://forum.pianoworld.com/ubbthreads.php/topics/2128909/1.html http://forums.musicplayer.com/ubbthreads.php/topics/2...
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Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
09/15/17 12:47 AM
That is a more powerful transducer for just 45$ and looks just like the more expensive one from Dayton Audio. It should be much more powerful than the puck. I would get the Aura rather than the puck. That page also links the Lepai LP-168HA amplifier for 29$. Both are sold by pa...
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Pianist Corner
09/15/17 12:46 AM
Originally Posted by pianoloverusOriginally Posted by AviChak"Why would your efforts go to waste if you don't maintain old pieces" you ask? Well I play piano because I want to be able to play music, and a lot of it at that. My priority isn't just to just develop techniq...
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Pianist Corner
09/15/17 12:40 AM
Compared to some complicated and fast piano pieces I have seen, the piano solo transcription of Beethoven's Turkish March looks simple. However, it sounds just as hard as one of Chopin's presto pieces even though it is nowhere near that fast. It is allegro which is typically a si...
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Pianist Corner
09/15/17 12:39 AM
Originally Posted by AviChak"Why would your efforts go to waste if you don't maintain old pieces" you ask? Well I play piano because I want to be able to play music, and a lot of it at that. My priority isn't just to just develop technique. I actually want to be able to...
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Pianist Corner
09/15/17 12:29 AM
Originally Posted by JorleyyI would really appreciate some more suggestions! My next lesson is on monday. Are pieces like Op 109 or 110 by Beethoven and Chopin's Barcarolle too far from reasonable for someone with the repertoire I have? No - any of those would be appropriate for...
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Adult Beginners Forum
09/15/17 12:27 AM
Originally Posted by Sam SI suggest you get a new edition. The Henle urtext is great, and doesn't have all those undecipherable editor marks - just the music, as Mozart wrote it. $12 on Amazon Sam +1. A good edition of a piece is really worth the money....
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Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
09/15/17 12:25 AM
My Conover concert grand is finall rebuilt by Reeder Pianos of Lansing, Michigan. https://www.dropbox.com/s/hpb1evfcjj6f8ns/Conover%20model%20100.pdf?dl=0 [/img]...
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Pianist Corner
09/15/17 12:20 AM
Originally Posted by CareyYour feelings about this issue at age 20 will probably be different than your feelings about it at age 70 (trust me ). Lol Carey, that's not my age. I do appreciate your concern though. By remembering, I mean like learning pieces I played before b...
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Piano Forum
09/15/17 12:15 AM
Saw a like new 2000 Baldwin SF-10 that was never played for asking of 28k with Renner action by reputable dealer with free delivery and no out of state tax. Probably can offer 25k and buy it all day long. 7 footer and save 15k or so... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mcA4JmEbca...
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Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
09/15/17 12:15 AM
Hi guys and gals, So I am at Merriam now and the wife is trying out pianos. I had a plan, I wanted her to try the FP30, ES110, AND PX-160, but the cleric screwed up my plans royally As soon as we entered he spoke to my wife, understood our "requirements" and showed ...
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Pianist Corner
09/15/17 12:14 AM
Your feelings about this issue at age 20 will probably be different than your feelings about it at age 70 (trust me ). Just curious - when you talk about "remembering" music - do you mean playing pieces in your repertoire by memory - or from the score?...
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703 Views · 25 Comments
Adult Beginners Forum
09/15/17 12:08 AM
I suggest you get a new edition. The Henle urtext is great, and doesn't have all those undecipherable editor marks - just the music, as Mozart wrote it. $12 on Amazon Sam...
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522 Views · 18 Comments
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
09/15/17 12:06 AM
Does it work with the cheek block screws loose? If it does, it is binding on the guides in the blocks. Try them one at a time....
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