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Old 02-25-2006, 10:35 PM
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Thank you Paul and welcome on the forums.

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Old 02-26-2006, 01:08 AM
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Just play the whole thing with both hands slowly, then speed it up, Thats how i do all of my pieces and I usually master them in week-3 weeks
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Old 02-26-2006, 01:35 AM
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Hi, I'm new here.
I wanted to say something about Digital Pianos. I got one (a week ago) and it's really exciting! I like how it sounds and feels. So it's the best soliution if a real pino is too big, to loud or too expensive. I'm really enjoing it! I love it Before I got this I had a 100euro keyboard and I didn't like it, of course
I bougth this Dig. Piano for 1.800 Euro. So it's much cheaper than a real Piano (4000 and higher if new).

My Digital Piano: Link

P.S.: I was born in Russia, live in Germany for 4 years and need stil some practice to lern Englisch, so sorry for misstakes


Hi, welcome to this forum, i'm new as well. And i live right next to to: Niederlande-Holland.

I realy Like the CLP-240. The clavier is better then the Roland I have, but i didnt like the sound. It sounds more dull then the Roland, even when i put the brightness ti the max. Most Yamaha owners would say that Roland is too bright. Off course, it is personal, eighter you like the sound, or you don't.
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Patrick do you like Fur Elise new edition piece?


I've got the piano for 2 day's now, i realy enjoy playing it. I'm now training on Rondo alla Turka. Its the 3th part of sonata alla turka K331 from mozart.
I realy like this song, its a bit chalanging to play, and it sounds funny.

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Old 02-26-2006, 11:48 AM
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Hi,
Hm, I like the Sound. But you're right, it's a personal thing.
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Talking i love it

I love playing fur elise. It's soothing. After a while of playing you would get used to it with both hands. Don't give up on it that easily!
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I play piano too
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Thanks for posting these awesome information with us.
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