Robert Estrin - piano expert

Should You Rebuild a Steinway Piano with Steinway Parts?

If you own a Steinway piano, you might be interested in this video

In this video, Robert talks about a very specific aspect of owning a Steinway piano.

Released on June 11, 2014

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Dear Robert,

I have been enjoying very much your valuable lessons and one of the things that I like most from you is that being myself one whose native language is not English, yours is so clear that I used to understand 100% of it. However, since sometime ago it seems to me that you have been increasing substantially the speed of your speech to the point that I cannot always understand you a 100% anymore. If you realize that probably there are thousands of piano students from different parts of the world whose native language is not English, then you might reconsider your talking speed and slow it a little bit just as you used to do it in the past.

Thanks in advance for your attention.

Best Regards,

Juan Manuel Gonzalez de Cosio
Robert Estrin on July 15, 2014 @11:53 am PST
Thank you for your suggestion.
George * VSM MEMBER * on June 13, 2014 @6:57 am PST
Yes, thanks. That was interesting. While not relevant to me at present I shall tuck the key points away in my mind in case I shall consider buying (any) rebuilt piano in the future. Many thanks..
Ernest on June 12, 2014 @1:14 am PST
it was great,thanks a lot
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