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comment Were the Goldbergs meant to be played in one go?
Rachmaninoff wasn't so lucky. He wrote the Eighteenth Variation (as featured in the movie "Groundhog Day").
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answered Were the Goldbergs meant to be played in one go?
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answered playing softly - full grand piano
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awarded Nice Answer
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answered Alternative ways to classify Instruments
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awarded Yearling
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comment How to see the content of the received object?
Run it in the debugger and set a breakpoint?
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comment How does a piano go out of tune?
Mr. Boy: Did you ever play a 12-string guitar?
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comment What is actually involved in moving a piano?
What damage can you do moving an upright piano? The answer is simple: you can do a lot of damage to your floor!
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answered What is actually involved in moving a piano?
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answered Making a solar system piece out of Holst's "The Planets"
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comment How does your brain learn to play the piano two-handed?
There are other skills that require this sort of coordination between the hands. Juggling, for instance. Eating with a knife and fork. Cutting hair, with a comb in one hand and scissors in the other.
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answered Limits of Fortissimo and Pianissimo
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awarded theory
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comment How did "Mary had a little lamb" become popular blues?
I don't know if this is what started it, but it's the song the teacher assigns in Chubby Checker's 1959 novelty record "The Class".
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awarded Nice Answer
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awarded Enlightened
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awarded Notable Question
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awarded Notable Question
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answered Why does this harmonic minor scale notation use a natural sign?
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