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Adult Beginners Forum
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Hi All I happened to read a few posts from some "mature" players who have returned to the piano after a break like Shinl and BachingMaddie - well I am in that category. I am retired now and I have a lot of time to practise if I wish. I had a few lessons as a te...
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Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
12 hours ago
I don't have a damp chaser system....
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Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
12 hours ago
Originally Posted by cordobaHi friends. I would like to replace old pins and I need some news ones. In the case of a new pinblock is convenient to put in these by hits or by coiled? I have knowledge that is a machine in order to coiled it. Regards from Argentina Sometimes the o...
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Adult Beginners Forum
13 hours ago
Thank you both I will definitely be bringing my music with me, if anything just to pretend playing it on my lap or something when I have downtime in the cabin. I may bring some new stuff to practice sight reading as well. If I'm not able to play at all, I won't get too upset, I...
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Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Yesterday at 11:40 PM
Yes, David, ultra careful is key. I find that the experience has made me much more mindful, being more present and aware in the moment. That’s a good thing....
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Piano Forum
Yesterday at 11:04 PM
You likely have better eyes than I do, I can see a little past 60Hz but not much, so I'll notice strobe fairly easily if I am looking for it, or if it is on the bad side. It sounds like you are able to pick it out much better....
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Piano Forum
Yesterday at 11:01 PM
Originally Posted by Eric Gloo Yes, you should call pest control, but they won't help you today...and if you've seen one mouse, that usually means there are plenty more around. Buy some spring-loaded mouse traps, bait them with peanut butter, and kill them on the spot. That way t...
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Piano Forum
Yesterday at 10:16 PM
Originally Posted by MarkarianOriginally Posted by proutOriginally Posted by MarkarianI just ordered the Earthworks pm40 close mic Omni bar (got a good deal used) and have just been consistently floored by the excellent reviews and all the recordings I've heard. Even close miking...
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Pianist Corner - Non Classical
Yesterday at 10:07 PM
Cool tune! I'll have to go back through Elton John's catalog. Thanks...
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Member Recordings
Yesterday at 10:06 PM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_SkSUmHVJsk&feature=youtu.be God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen (Eric Baumgartner) - roland fp 90 + pianoteq 6...
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Pianist Corner
Yesterday at 09:15 PM
The Canon of Western Music The Cannon Fodder of Western Music Undiscovered Genius Known Irritant Immortal Beloved Recently Reviled Memory Slip Cognitive Avalanche...
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Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Yesterday at 09:05 PM
There will be new piano sounds, but they talk about "quality", so I wonder if it's just one of the already existing pianos, but as a larger sample. Anyway, more sounds coming in the followings couple of months. (Source: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pCf-A0K3XM8&f...
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Members Recordings - Pianist Corner
Yesterday at 07:31 PM
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCRosJqNlXYx_ufXYoEJkXjQ?view_as=subscriber 11-04: exploring Beethoven's first sonata in Fm 11-11: Mozart Sonata in F, mov1 and 3 11-19: Beethoven Adagio from Beethoven's third sonata. twitter: @jasutinu tumblr: auron570 Amateur pianist having ...
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Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Yesterday at 07:05 PM
I'm mostly playing acoustic pianos on jobs now , thankfully. But the CP4 is the best sounding and playing electronic keyboard I've ever used in 50 years of playing gigs. It's light enough where it doesn't kill you on the schlep. It also sounds decent in mono coming through infe...
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Digital Pianos - Synths & Keyboards
Yesterday at 06:56 PM
Originally Posted by GranyalaThese days I prefer silence over some crappy speaker throwing distorted notes at me. Esp infuriating if my mother wants to "show" me something on a smartphone speaker. Them damn high frequencies are downright painful. >.< (Warning: co...
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Pianist Corner
Yesterday at 06:45 PM
Hi, Mark...! Thanks for sharing this -- I believe my very first solo piano concert experience was Ruth Slenczynska. My dad was a pretty avid Classical Music fan, and in Racine WI in 1955 or so, it was a very rare occurrence indeed to have a solo pianist of her stature perform ...
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Piano Photo Gallery - Pictures of Pianos
Yesterday at 06:30 PM
1896 Blüthner with square legs, on left....
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Pianist Corner
Yesterday at 06:29 PM
A passage like this is a good opportunity to work on 'tone.' Spend some time without pedal at all, and capture each chord's 'voice,' independently of the rhythm. Also, try to develop you're ear for trochaic rhythm, and avoid only hearing the iambs....
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Piano Forum
Yesterday at 06:14 PM
for those of you who use android tablet, can you tell me which program is the best sheet music reader? preferably one which has "crop" feature like in forscore. ...
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Piano Photo Gallery - Pictures of Pianos
Yesterday at 05:55 PM
Need help with tackling these parts of the sonata....
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Piano Tuner-Technicians Forum
Yesterday at 05:49 PM
Well, at any rate, if you decide to rebush and repin and can get your hands on some of the pre-cut, rolled pins used in Steinway Teflon actions, that should eliminate any exposure to any copper alloy as they are sealed with the nickel plating. Might lengthen the time till you nee...
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Pianist Corner
Yesterday at 04:48 PM
Scarlatti and his 550 keyboard sonatas?...
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Members Recordings - Pianist Corner
Yesterday at 04:13 PM
Here's a recording I did of the Maple Leaf Rag. It's not brilliant and only 3/4 finished, but if you have time and inclination please would you crit it. I'd be very appreciative. Thanks! ...
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Members Recordings - Pianist Corner
Yesterday at 03:46 PM
I am learning this now too, and will be doing the whole suite for my junior recital. I couldn't believe how much this recording sounded like my own playing, I don't know if that's good or bad, but I loved listening to it. Don't be afraid to be slightly more energetic....
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Members Recordings - Pianist Corner
Yesterday at 03:44 PM
Hello everyone! I am a music major and a senior, and I don't have much performing experience except the few recitals I've given at school. I thought I would share a recording of my interpretation of Mozart's Sonata K330, movement I. I am performing this piece in a recital tom...
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