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Re: Let's see pics of your piano room [Re: mr_super-hunky] #2751837
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Re: Let's see pics of your piano room [Re: mr_super-hunky] #2751845
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This thread has been around a long time, and I've posted pics here before; but here is a recent picture of my music room and my piano shop. I've had a lot of fun with my pianos and other musical instruments...

My music room is an enclosed car-port/garage. My piano shop is an addition on my detached garage.

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Re: Let's see pics of your piano room [Re: Rickster] #2752046
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Sorry for the stupid question: how do you all post pictures here? I tried to use Full Editor and didn't see any simple "insert picture" option, only a web link option, so I tried to link my drop box pics but this didn't work either.

Re: Let's see pics of your piano room [Re: mr_super-hunky] #2752083
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Originally Posted by dumka1
Sorry for the stupid question: how do you all post pictures here? I tried to use Full Editor and didn't see any simple "insert picture" option, only a web link option, so I tried to link my drop box pics but this didn't work either.


I've tried the full editor for posting pics and had difficulty as well. I just posted this in another thread. Maybe it will help...

Once you have the pic image URL address, (meaning the pic has to be hosted on an online site) copy the pic URL address and click on the pic icon at the top of the full reply post window. It is the 9th icon from left to right. When you click on the pic icon, a drop-down window will appear and you to enter the URL address; since the drop-down window already has "http" in it, you will need to remove it because your pic URL address already starts with "http". If you don't remove the "http" that is already there, it will not work.

Once you post the pic URL address in the pic drop-down menu, click OK. You will see the http text language in your post, and not the pic until you either post the reply or click on preview reply. To see if your pic is there, click preview reply, and if everything worked like it should you will see your pic. Next, just click "post reply" and we will all see your photos! smile

Hope this helps...

Rick


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Re: Let's see pics of your piano room [Re: mr_super-hunky] #2752110
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Originally Posted by dumka1
Sorry for the stupid question: how do you all post pictures here? I tried to use Full Editor and didn't see any simple "insert picture" option, only a web link option, so I tried to link my drop box pics but this didn't work either.

The best option is to first upload the pics to pianoworld in the photo gallery subforum, then link to these pics from the thread where you want them (like this one).

There are instructions on how to do this at the very top of the photo gallery subforum:

http://forum.pianoworld.com/ubbthreads.php/forums/42/1/piano-photo-gallery-pictures-of-pianos.html

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Re: Let's see pics of your piano room [Re: mr_super-hunky] #2752296
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Re: Let's see pics of your piano room [Re: mr_super-hunky] #2752457
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Here's my first Acoustic setup - gave it a prime spot in my great room - so it's always looking at me if I'm around. I'm only 2 months in, and it always looks like this - the H2N recorder, numerous open books, hi liters/pens/pencils at the ready, and the little table for my teachers logbook with instructions for the week (and room for a cup of joe too). That wall mounted TV needs to be moved left a couple of feet to bring back room symmetry (just got the Baldwin last week). Working on my first non-AIO song - Elvis' Love Me Tender (greatest hits book).

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Re: Let's see pics of your piano room [Re: mr_super-hunky] #2752460
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Originally Posted by progman
Here's my first Acoustic setup - gave it a prime spot in my great room - so it's always looking at me if I'm around. I'm only 2 months in, and it always looks like this - the H2N recorder, numerous open books, hi liters/pens/pencils at the ready, and the little table for my teachers logbook with instructions for the week (and room for a cup of joe too). That wall mounted TV needs to be moved left a couple of feet to bring back room symmetry (just got the Baldwin last week). Working on my first non-AIO song - Elvis' Love Me Tender (greatest hits book).

http://forum.pianoworld.com//gallery/42/full/10130.jpg
http://forum.pianoworld.com//gallery/42/full/10131.jpg

Looks nice! I like the French legs/Queen-Ann style legs on the studio upright piano. Like the tall ceilings too. smile

Enjoy!

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Re: Let's see pics of your piano room [Re: peterws] #2752463
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Originally Posted by peterws
Originally Posted by Greener
Nice tech set-up you have happening there, JimmyDaGreek. I like it.
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I'd had some better quality pictures taken earlier this year and not sure if I had ever posted much that was decent before, so here is now. The front of the house anyway, from the inside and where it sometimes gets loud. smile

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The piano looks about 15 feet long . . . . and your arms? Are they extendable?


Greener has left instructions in his living will that he be buried in his piano. Since he's 6'15", he had to have a custom, 148 key piano built. I wish I had that kind of money!

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Re: Let's see pics of your piano room [Re: dumka1] #2757592
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Originally Posted by dumka1
Sorry for the stupid question: how do you all post pictures here? I tried to use Full Editor and didn't see any simple "insert picture" option, only a web link option, so I tried to link my drop box pics but this didn't work either.

you can use free photohosting, like ImageShack


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Re: Let's see pics of your piano room [Re: Progman] #2757607
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Originally Posted by Progman
Here's my first Acoustic setup - gave it a prime spot in my great room - so it's always looking at me if I'm around. I'm only 2 months in, and it always looks like this - the H2N recorder, numerous open books, hi liters/pens/pencils at the ready, and the little table for my teachers logbook with instructions for the week (and room for a cup of joe too). That wall mounted TV needs to be moved left a couple of feet to bring back room symmetry (just got the Baldwin last week). Working on my first non-AIO song - Elvis' Love Me Tender (greatest hits book).

http://forum.pianoworld.com//gallery/42/full/10130.jpg
http://forum.pianoworld.com//gallery/42/full/10131.jpg


Really looks nice and cozy!

Re: Let's see pics of your piano room [Re: PhilipInChina] #2757726
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Originally Posted by PhilipInChina
People here obsess about humidity.



People here say, "Humidity? What is this 'humidity' that you speak of?"


I've been trying to change my signature quote for weeks.

Re: Let's see pics of your piano room [Re: malkin] #2759681
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Originally Posted by PhilipInChina
People here obsess about humidity.



People here say, "Humidity? What is this 'humidity' that you speak of?"

lol


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Re: Let's see pics of your piano room [Re: mr_super-hunky] #2760842
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A very ordinary, very untidy lounge.

Here are the beasts: a 1971 Weinbach and an 1888 Virgil Practice Clavier

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Re: Let's see pics of your piano room [Re: mr_super-hunky] #2769981
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Ted , wow, rare instruments!


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Re: Let's see pics of your piano room [Re: Ted] #2769998
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Originally Posted by Ted

A very ordinary, very untidy lounge.

Here are the beasts: a 1971 Weinbach and an 1888 Virgil Practice Clavier

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Very nice! thumb

Re: Let's see pics of your piano room [Re: Ted] #2770085
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Originally Posted by Ted

A very ordinary, very untidy lounge.

Here are the beasts: a 1971 Weinbach and an 1888 Virgil Practice Clavier

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Bottom picture looks uncannily like a digital . . .


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I think Petrof are still making Weinbachs, not sure, but yes, they are relatively rare. I worked for three years on the waterfront to save the money to buy that one in 1971. I had worn out the action by the 1990s and had it rebuilt in 2005. It is a very stable, very solid piano. It has a heavy action but I like that aspect.

My teacher rebuilt the Virgil Practice Clavier and sold it to me after he inherited it from his brother in the 1960s. Llew was a highly skilled cabinetmaker, and he repaired the whole thing, which was pretty worn out, and put in a new keyboard. They are indeed very rare these days, which I think is a pity, because they are a wonderful help in developing and maintaining technique. Put it this way, I wouldn't be playing the sort of stuff I do at seventy-one had I not used one regularly. The only famous pianist who used one was Arrau, who swore by its efficacy.


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Lots of famous pianists used Virgil Practice Claviers.


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What is a Virgil practice clavier?


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Originally Posted by John305
What is a Virgil practice clavier?


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hoUAgl_MhEU


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Originally Posted by BDB
Lots of famous pianists used Virgil Practice Claviers.


Recent ones ? I would be interested to know who else used one. They appear to be virtually unheard of in academic institutions at present. I asked Mortensen on Youtube what he thought of them and he didn’t know what they were, adding that nothing which was silent would likely be of any use. I have had similar reactions from local pianists and teachers. Modern pedagogy frowns on the use of gymnastic devices, citing likelihood of injury. While it is true that unthinking use of them has the potential to cause problems, the whole trick is to find the right way of going about it, but that is true of pianos anyway.

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That’s different.


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That’s different, exactly


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I've a lot in my "den," formerly our front room. Fortunately for my wife the lounge is twice the size.


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Mister Upright, my first acoustic piano (if you don’t count the nameless upright in my parents’ basement fifty+ years ago), on the first — and tidiest — day in the Piano Cave, last June—

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And our usual audience—

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Stunning! I'm certain it sounds just as stunning as it looks. If I were to buy an upright that would be my only choice.


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Thank you Music Me! We are still getting to know one another, so I’m not sure “stunning” is the effect quite yet. But Mister Upright certainly sounded stunning when an old friend who is a professional pianist got his hands on those keys! I have a lot to learn.... happily.


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