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Anyone buy 'Pianist' magazine? #1033310
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I've bought a couple of issues of PIANIST magazine and really like the scores supplement. I enjoy playing the pieces in the beginner section as they really are nice tunes. The CD is useful to give you that 'kick start' to get yourself familiar with what its supposed to sound like. Anyone else buying it?


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Yes, I've got every copy on subscription and I think it is excellent value. Most of the articles are interesting and the selection of scores quite comprehensive. I use the beginners pieces for sight reading practice, play as many of the intermediate as I can and generally just admire others playing most of the advanced. Occasionally they publish some very nice, unknown to me, pieces which can be worked up for concert performance. The Pianist reminds me of a fortnightly series published in the 1920s called 'Music of all Nations', a similar mix of articles and scores. I have an almost complete collection of these, handed down of course - even I am not that old!

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I bought the last two issues from WHSmith in Birmingham and am considering taking out the annual subscription. I haven't got past just reading through the beginners sheet music yet, I'm still struggling with Alfred's Book 1 here.

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I've bought a few issues over the last year or so. For me having the CD & being able to hear how each piece sounds is a great help.

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Our first issue arrived a couple of weeks ago. My husband and I both read it from cover to cover and loved it! But since my first quick glance at the scores, they've vanished into thin air, together with the CD . . . prime suspect is my husband; I think he's taken permanent possession of them! wink

One of the great things about the PF is discovering fun things like Pianist magazine, and also Goldsby's book "Piano Girl - A Memoir", which I couldn't put down.

Carol


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This magazine sounds really great (especially since I need sightreading practice really bad). But, the magazine is like $10 and issue! I think that's really expensive. Is it really worth that price?

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Much as I like the magazine, I wouldn't consider it a great bargain at the price!

ClassicalImprovisor, you may want to have a look at sheetmusicarchive.net, where you can download classical music at no charge, or for $20 they'll send you a CD that has everything.


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I was so enthused by the first issue of Pianist that I received that I ordered a back issue from the website. Issue #30 came yesterday (only two weeks for delivery!) and in addition to the classical sheet music has both an advanced and a simplified version of the Eagles "Hotel California".

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The Piano World Forums IS my magazine! Anything you want to read/learn about, you got it, free of charge! whome

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I've recently found this site & am amazed at how much infromation is avalable for beginners, returning students & advanced players alike.
This site is at the top of my bookmarks.

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Welcome to the forums, tyke!


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Carol, I have an Estonia L190, #6778. I thought maybe both our pianos were made the same year. How is your's "sounding" compared to the Steinway. I had a Steinway years ago, too. It was a model D.

I came to your information trying to find out about the Pianist Magazine. Are you still getting it, do you still "value" it.

Back to the Estonia, some of my keys are always out of tune. Do you have this problem?


Re: Anyone buy 'Pianist' magazine? [Re: BB Player] #1727764
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Originally Posted by BB Player
Several of us have recently subscribed.


Do we have a promotional code for PF members?
Just kidding! I am subscribing now. Really, if only they know that we are hearing about it here...


1) Bach c minor fantasy
2) Morzart Rondo in A minor, K511
3) Schubert Impromptu A flat D935 No2
4) Scriabin op11 prelude #2 and #14 (Re do #2, new #14)
5) kabalevsky Variations in A minor OP 40-2
Re: Anyone buy 'Pianist' magazine? [Re: Gilbert] #1777140
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Believe it or not, i have not received anything from them yet. Does anyone know how long it takes to receive shipping from them?


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2) Morzart Rondo in A minor, K511
3) Schubert Impromptu A flat D935 No2
4) Scriabin op11 prelude #2 and #14 (Re do #2, new #14)
5) kabalevsky Variations in A minor OP 40-2
Re: Anyone buy 'Pianist' magazine? [Re: FarmGirl] #1777164
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Originally Posted by FarmGirl
Believe it or not, i have not received anything from them yet. Does anyone know how long it takes to receive shipping from them?


I ordered on May 31st via Amazon. Eventually it updated to say first delivery in September but it arrived in August. I just got my second last week.

I'm not sure what to think yet. What is in there is of excellent quality. The analysis of the pieces is great; the pieces are very well edited and nicely printed. The CD is great. But it's so so short! Especially with a lot of this edition's being a "beginner's guide", it doesn't leave much real meat in it.


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Wow, so it does take a long time.. I am glad at least you received it. I will look forward to receiving it soon.


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2) Morzart Rondo in A minor, K511
3) Schubert Impromptu A flat D935 No2
4) Scriabin op11 prelude #2 and #14 (Re do #2, new #14)
5) kabalevsky Variations in A minor OP 40-2
Re: Anyone buy 'Pianist' magazine? [Re: Gilbert] #1777213
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Amazon lists "Pianist-Canada" and "Pianist-England." Very different prices, though both are 6 issues/year.

Are these the same periodical, or different?


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Originally Posted by ClsscLib
Amazon lists "Pianist-Canada" and "Pianist-England." Very different prices, though both are 6 issues/year.

Are these the same periodical, or different?


As far as I can tell they are the same magazine - bizarre. I ordered the "Canada" version but it's definitely the UK edition ... including the cover price listed at £5.25.


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Re: Anyone buy 'Pianist' magazine? [Re: Gilbert] #1777332
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Hi,

as the magazine is not available in the stores here in Germany, I've seen they offer an iPad edition.
Has any one tried this? Is it the same content as the printed issue?
There is one issue included in the prize of the app, which one would you recommend for a beginner like me?


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Schumann: From Foreign Lands and Countries, op. 15; Burgmller op. 100, Arabesque; Tchaikovsky op. 39 no. 15, Italian Song

Dreaming of:
Some Scott Joplin pieces i.e. Bethena. Still years to go for that...
Satie: Gnossienne No. 1. Maybe a bit earlier


Re: Anyone buy 'Pianist' magazine? [Re: ClavBoy] #1777338
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Originally Posted by ClavBoy
Hi,

as the magazine is not available in the stores here in Germany, I've seen they offer an iPad edition.
Has any one tried this? Is it the same content as the printed issue?
There is one issue included in the prize of the app, which one would you recommend for a beginner like me?


I haven't tried the app version (they hinted that they were looking to make that available for free to magazine subscribers but we'll see). The current issue (62) would be as good as any.


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Thanks, I'll give it a try.


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Schumann: From Foreign Lands and Countries, op. 15; Burgmller op. 100, Arabesque; Tchaikovsky op. 39 no. 15, Italian Song

Dreaming of:
Some Scott Joplin pieces i.e. Bethena. Still years to go for that...
Satie: Gnossienne No. 1. Maybe a bit earlier


Re: Anyone buy 'Pianist' magazine? [Re: Gilbert] #1777401
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Andy, it sounds like the purchase via Amazon is more directly linked the company. I mean it does not go through some hidden intermediary. I think I will buy it next time via Amazon.

I purchased the magazine through the company's website. so I thought I was buying "directly" from them but it appears that I was buying from their US distributer. I contacted the company through the company's website. They contacted their USA subscriptions company ExpressMag for my order. I received an e-mail message form ExpressMag this morning that I will receive the magazine within a week. What bothers me is that the lack of transparency. At least in Amazon, you can track the status of your order. I am not sure if I received anything if I did not contact the compoany.


1) Bach c minor fantasy
2) Morzart Rondo in A minor, K511
3) Schubert Impromptu A flat D935 No2
4) Scriabin op11 prelude #2 and #14 (Re do #2, new #14)
5) kabalevsky Variations in A minor OP 40-2
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Originally Posted by FarmGirl
Andy, it sounds like the purchase via Amazon is more directly linked the company. I mean it does not go through some hidden intermediary. I think I will buy it next time via Amazon.

I purchased the magazine through the company's website. so I thought I was buying "directly" from them but it appears that I was buying from their US distributer. I contacted the company through the company's website. They contacted their USA subscriptions company ExpressMag for my order. I received an e-mail message form ExpressMag this morning that I will receive the magazine within a week. What bothers me is that the lack of transparency. At least in Amazon, you can track the status of your order. I am not sure if I received anything if I did not contact the compoany.


I think they are still fulfilled via the same company since I got a letter from ExpressMag anyway. They just need to change their name to SlowMag wink. Perhaps they order "just enough" so they have a long lead time. Having the magazine come every two months makes any "delay" a long one.


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Hahaha, I like the new name "SlowMag"


1) Bach c minor fantasy
2) Morzart Rondo in A minor, K511
3) Schubert Impromptu A flat D935 No2
4) Scriabin op11 prelude #2 and #14 (Re do #2, new #14)
5) kabalevsky Variations in A minor OP 40-2
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FWIW, I was quite surprised at how quickly I received my copy here in Finland. I ordered the current issue (to see if I want to get a subscription...) from the company's website and it was here in two days! The confirmation email said "up to 28 days", so I was expecting a longer wait.


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I bought the iPad app. I chose issue#61 with Lang Lang on the cover. The iPad version includes the magazine and the audio files. It's pretty cool so far.

Last edited by Michael Taylor; 10/27/11 12:04 AM. Reason: Corrected iPad typo!

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Originally Posted by Michael Taylor
I huts bought the iPad app. I chose issue#61 with Lang Lang on the cover. The iPad version includes the magazine and the audio files. It's pretty cool so far.


I bought it too but it crashes all the time. I have an iPad 1. You have no problems?
And the sheet music is too small on the display for me to play. I'll try making screenshots and print it as the software has no print function.
But the articles are quite helpful.


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Working on:
Schumann: From Foreign Lands and Countries, op. 15; Burgmller op. 100, Arabesque; Tchaikovsky op. 39 no. 15, Italian Song

Dreaming of:
Some Scott Joplin pieces i.e. Bethena. Still years to go for that...
Satie: Gnossienne No. 1. Maybe a bit earlier


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I have an iPad 1 as well. No problems at all with mine. I only wish you could play the audio file off line....I would like to be able to listen to the pieces while on a plane.


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I finally got it! smile Edition No.62 of Pianist magazine finally came to my house. I ordered and paid for it in August 9th. So it took 3 months. But as far as the content is concerned, I am happy. thumb As everyone mentioned, there were lots of music in the center part of the magazine. I had incredible fun playing those pieces that I have never played in my life. Some of the composers I have never heard of. I played Alberti, Chopin 28-6, a couple of pages of Joplin and Tchaikovsky's October from the seasons op 37a. Had a blast.

Now, don't get excited. I am doing it at slower speed and without the ornaments for the intermediate pieces. I am not knowledgeble enough to deciper which way trills and mordant go, if you know what i mean. I tried Bach arrangement of Adagio BWV 974 too but could not play without practice. I don't read Baroque pieces very well. I enjoyed the Tchaikovsky piece - very beautiful. The magazine also contains Brahms duet - Hungarian Dance #2... I wish I had someone to do this with. Any taker?


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2) Morzart Rondo in A minor, K511
3) Schubert Impromptu A flat D935 No2
4) Scriabin op11 prelude #2 and #14 (Re do #2, new #14)
5) kabalevsky Variations in A minor OP 40-2
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