bSharp(C)yclist, very nice! With a cute little dog as well. Are the two pianos in the same room, so the two of you can play duets together once your fiancÃ©e has learned a bit more? (I hope I remember correctly that she is a fresh beginner?)
They are in different rooms. She did just start taking lessons, so everything is brand new. She was practicing something last night and it didn't sound quite right. Here she thought the top line in the bass clef was F, since it is in treble. I had to remind her that they are different
We have been playing a very easy duet, Ode To Joy from the Faber Adult Piano adventures. This is the book her teacher recommended that she uses. I've had fun thumbing through the book and sight reading through it, and the other book, Popular selections, which goes with the Faber 1 Adult book. Never hurts to practice the easy stuff ;0
Which do you prefer to play bSharp, the Kawai or the N2?
I've been playing on both, but more so on N2. I think it's action is better, but I do like the sound from the Kawai. It's more realistic I hink, and it's harder to play on and keep the bass quieter. I also like how I can feel it vibrate when I play on it. So it's probably a good thing to keep practicing on it. Although it's a lower end acoustic, it still sounds quite nice.
That is a really interesting image on your monitor/TV. The compositional elements and color scheme make it look like a screenshot of a computer game. Is this a game? What game is it?
It's the screensaver from the Roku 3 device