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Jump to new posts Re: Buying a Bosendorfer. Need some advices. by Miguel Rey @ 03/21/17 11:47 AM

Some export info. http://www.gersonrelocation.com/news/article/moving-ivory-and-pianos-with-ivory-keys-to-the-uk/
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Slow practice question by bSharp[C]yclist @ 03/21/17 11:42 AM

Originally Posted By ScottswaldOriginally Posted By fishandchipsOriginally Posted By zrtf90Oh, and you need to keep experimenting to find out what works best for you. That is the best advice you'll get, ever. Consider joining the 40 Pieces a Y
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Your 5 year warranty will be one year then. Air freight (quick and expensive) and sea freight (slow) are options and you will need to spend money on crating very carefully and delivery at both ends. Get good insurance - we all know of handling acc
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Vienna Imperial VSL setup problem by newer player @ 03/21/17 11:34 AM

I prefer open backed headphones...
Adult Beginners Forum
Cathryn - That is a big leap in tempo. Good for you! which Mozart are you playing? Casinitaly - Being able to hear a piece while reading the sheet music without playing it is a really valuable skill! It sounds like you are doing great. I had my las
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Jump to new posts Re: Buying a Bosendorfer. Need some advices. by Miguel Rey @ 03/21/17 11:30 AM

Originally Posted By Lucas GThe new question is: How can I ship this Bose with ivory keys to the UK? Because I am going to move to the UK in one year. If you are moving to the UK in one year you are just better off waiting and buying over there. Mo
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Jump to new posts Re: 1965 Mason BB vs. Schimmel 208 by Duke of Dunning @ 03/21/17 11:30 AM

FYI, that identical ad appears on Chicago CL. I read it and took note of its sketchy content. While that does not necessarily mean scam, it certainly raises red flags.
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Jump to new posts Re: Slow practice question by Scottswald @ 03/21/17 11:28 AM

Originally Posted By fishandchipsOriginally Posted By zrtf90Oh, and you need to keep experimenting to find out what works best for you. That is the best advice you'll get, ever. Consider joining the 40 Pieces a Year thread. Congratulations
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Piano Sound Module by emenelton @ 03/21/17 11:24 AM

The m-audio is available at B&H. The demo on YouTube sounds pretty good.
Pianist Corner
Jump to new posts Re: Books or videos on correct piano technique by WhoDwaldi @ 03/21/17 11:24 AM

Books--oldies, but goodies . . . Charles Cooke: Playing the Piano for Pleasure Josef Lhevinne: Basic Priciples of Pianoforte Playing Sidney Harrison: The Young Person's Guide to Playing the Piano Videos and book by Barbara Lister-Sink (Freeing the
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Jump to new posts Re: Group Hug! by SwissMS @ 03/21/17 11:11 AM

I completely agree! I have learned so much from others on this site, and hearing about everyone else's journey creates a wonderful camaraderie.
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Jump to new posts Re: Grand Obsession by Karl Watson @ 03/21/17 11:04 AM

Dear Ret: Carl was one of the kindest, most charming, most . . . I can't begin to tell you how very special he was. In a matter of minutes he knew EXACTLY which piano would suit one. I miss him terribly. Karl
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Jump to new posts Re: Documenting my journey by Vaibhav @ 03/21/17 11:02 AM

New Post. New Playlist. https://medium.com/howilearntpiano/the-feel-good-factor-a8e122306369#.q0qi8vu4e
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
I will keep you updated. But yes, the worry regarding Kawai service is a valid concern in my book, but at the same time, many users have quite positive experiences here on the forum with Kawai. Do you have a local store you can buy from? Go to them
Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Originally Posted By Chris LeslieI like that time, after the job is done, when sitting in the car in the driveway and hearing the piano being played. Yep, very rewarding!
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Jump to new posts Re: Grand Obsession by The Hound @ 03/21/17 10:50 AM

I read this book quite recently and really enjoyed it. It was a gripping story, nicely written and of course captured a passion for music and for pianos in particular which I share. One thing which I wonder about: the core of the story was the autho
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Jump to new posts Re: Five years in, facing the long plateau by Wuffski @ 03/21/17 10:47 AM

Some long plateau and not seeing any next step to ever be likely to become accomplished, this can be frustrating if not watching out at it from a different view point. I found despite feeling abandoned on a plateau to still advance: playing the piece
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Jump to new posts Re: Companion to Masterwork Classics by Stubbie @ 03/21/17 10:43 AM

I have the Level 4 and Level 5 books. I would say they are good to have, but not essential. They provide some useful information on the structure and phrases of the pieces. The practice tips are good, but probably not better than what you would ha
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Jump to new posts Re: Companion to Masterwork Classics by scorpio @ 03/21/17 10:39 AM

Birdgolf, I purchased a used copy of Level 1-2. I did not find it too useful. I barely opened it. In general, there are four sections for each piece: 1. Getting Ready to Play - determine character and personality - changes to rhythm
Piano Forum
Jump to new posts Re: 1965 Mason BB vs. Schimmel 208 by Cassia @ 03/21/17 10:34 AM

Have you played it?
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Jump to new posts Re: 1965 Mason BB vs. Schimmel 208 by Rich Galassini @ 03/21/17 10:33 AM

Condition rather than quality will rule the day on this one, IMHO. The BB is from 1965, which makes it over 50 years old. I am not terribly confident that it will be in well prepped condition. This means you will most likely have to put money into th
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Thanks for your response! I hope the issue gets fixed for you, asap. I will be following here for any updates. Originally Posted By RickardNi My best guess though, is that the store is not the dealying factor here, but Kawai. That's exactly my wor
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Originally Posted By Michael H I've always liked the GHS action myself, but on Yamaha's that have been around a few years, such as my P35, the action is noisy and a bit imprecise, whereas the new models are quieter with less side to side motion. Same
Adult Beginners Forum
Jump to new posts Re: Five years in, facing the long plateau by dmd @ 03/21/17 10:25 AM

One of the things I challenge myself with (from time to time) is .... Can I learn to play this or not ? If I am not careful, learning to play becomes meandering around doing "this and that" with no particular accountability associated wit
Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Jump to new posts Re: Kawai announces CN37 and CN27 digital pianos by stevedoz @ 03/21/17 10:21 AM

Thanks James
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