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Re: Old peoples music section.

Post by art0hur0moh » Mon Nov 11, 2019 4:20 am


never heard that before, and I had the lp. well then grow plants and Trees so there is water

Re: Old peoples music section.

Post by calitom » Mon Nov 11, 2019 1:45 am

Re: Old peoples music section.

Post by calitom » Sun Nov 10, 2019 4:00 am

Rolluplostinspace wrote:
calitom wrote:Arthur---you need to get your daughter a real piano. Synthesizers are toys esp to those without keyboard skills.
73 keys is the minimum to actually have reasonably full piano range.And to learn on. 88 is the number of keys on a regular piano.
I have a fender rhodes stage piano73. They have a great sound and are portable(altho extremely heavy)

Utter uninformed bullshit.


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Post by .SF. » Sat Nov 09, 2019 3:53 pm

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Post by art0hur0moh » Sat Nov 09, 2019 1:09 am

calitom wrote:Arthur---you need to get your daughter a real piano. Synthesizers are toys esp to those without keyboard skills.
73 keys is the minimum to actually have reasonably full piano range.And to learn on. 88 is the number of keys on a regular piano.
I have a fender rhodes stage piano73. They have a great sound and are portable(altho extremely heavy)

:gigglesnshit:

cool, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rhodes_piano

I was going to ask about how He dealt with the pedals. He kept them. £1,500 used on ebay. ouch, could have got it 4-5 years ago with little effort. now not so. But I do want to get Her a piano, She has been asking long enough.

Re: Old peoples music section.

Post by Rolluplostinspace » Fri Nov 08, 2019 3:35 pm

calitom wrote:Arthur---you need to get your daughter a real piano. Synthesizers are toys esp to those without keyboard skills.
73 keys is the minimum to actually have reasonably full piano range.And to learn on. 88 is the number of keys on a regular piano.
I have a fender rhodes stage piano73. They have a great sound and are portable(altho extremely heavy)

Utter uninformed bullshit.

Re: Old peoples music section.

Post by McAz » Fri Nov 08, 2019 3:31 pm

Re: Old peoples music section.

Post by calitom » Thu Nov 07, 2019 11:49 pm

Arthur---you need to get your daughter a real piano. Synthesizers are toys esp to those without keyboard skills.
73 keys is the minimum to actually have reasonably full piano range.And to learn on. 88 is the number of keys on a regular piano.
I have a fender rhodes stage piano73. They have a great sound and are portable(altho extremely heavy)

Re: Old peoples music section.

Post by art0hur0moh » Thu Nov 07, 2019 5:55 am

calitom wrote:
art0hur0moh wrote:
calitom wrote:
art0hur0moh wrote:
calitom wrote:These are the real heavyweight champions.Professional musicians all of them.



I was about eight when I learned that the puffing of the cheeks was for circular breathing. I could imitate an Elephant quite well (actually most Animals sounds I was able to imitate) so combined the two and placed My finger over My lips to practice trumpet. Mr Armstrong and another musician I can't remember now made a very strong impression. not sure what it is about the trumpet I like so much?

desktop speakers are not compatible with quality music :(


arthur do you play trumpet???
i play piano keyboards(learned a bit as a child) but didnt get serious again til age 50. It is very enjoyable and one of the few activities where you dont decline as the yrs go by.


never more than a hose pipe, though I did learn to change notes after watching a trombonist play without moving the slide. I think I got yo try a bugle for a few minutes visiting some People We knew in south africa. Daughter wants a piano. I believe the recommended is 42 keys to pay most music properly?


73

I meant a synthesizer. 73 keys, never realised there where that many, so it actually is exactly middle c then? not to the left or right? a few years ago I saw an up right piano in the local charity shop. I was very tempted at the time.

Re: Old peoples music section.

Post by calitom » Thu Nov 07, 2019 4:38 am

art0hur0moh wrote:
calitom wrote:
art0hur0moh wrote:
calitom wrote:These are the real heavyweight champions.Professional musicians all of them.



I was about eight when I learned that the puffing of the cheeks was for circular breathing. I could imitate an Elephant quite well (actually most Animals sounds I was able to imitate) so combined the two and placed My finger over My lips to practice trumpet. Mr Armstrong and another musician I can't remember now made a very strong impression. not sure what it is about the trumpet I like so much?

desktop speakers are not compatible with quality music :(


arthur do you play trumpet???
i play piano keyboards(learned a bit as a child) but didnt get serious again til age 50. It is very enjoyable and one of the few activities where you dont decline as the yrs go by.


never more than a hose pipe, though I did learn to change notes after watching a trombonist play without moving the slide. I think I got yo try a bugle for a few minutes visiting some People We knew in south africa. Daughter wants a piano. I believe the recommended is 42 keys to pay most music properly?


73

Re: Old peoples music section.

Post by art0hur0moh » Thu Nov 07, 2019 2:19 am

calitom wrote:
art0hur0moh wrote:
calitom wrote:These are the real heavyweight champions.Professional musicians all of them.



I was about eight when I learned that the puffing of the cheeks was for circular breathing. I could imitate an Elephant quite well (actually most Animals sounds I was able to imitate) so combined the two and placed My finger over My lips to practice trumpet. Mr Armstrong and another musician I can't remember now made a very strong impression. not sure what it is about the trumpet I like so much?

desktop speakers are not compatible with quality music :(


arthur do you play trumpet???
i play piano keyboards(learned a bit as a child) but didnt get serious again til age 50. It is very enjoyable and one of the few activities where you dont decline as the yrs go by.


never more than a hose pipe, though I did learn to change notes after watching a trombonist play without moving the slide. I think I got yo try a bugle for a few minutes visiting some People We knew in south africa. Daughter wants a piano. I believe the recommended is 42 keys to pay most music properly?

Re: Old peoples music section.

Post by Major » Wed Nov 06, 2019 6:27 pm

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Re: Old peoples music section.

Post by Guest » Wed Nov 06, 2019 6:04 pm

art0hur0moh wrote:
still not the tune I am looking for. been a decade at least since I heard the tune I remember since Childhood.

I know the tune but can remember hearing Mark Dinning sing it. I like His voice, any tunes You know of that is better suited to His voice?



Is this maybe what you're thinking of, Art? It's the same era and it has Angel in the title.

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Re: Old peoples music section.

Post by calitom » Wed Nov 06, 2019 4:27 pm

art0hur0moh wrote:
calitom wrote:These are the real heavyweight champions.Professional musicians all of them.



I was about eight when I learned that the puffing of the cheeks was for circular breathing. I could imitate an Elephant quite well (actually most Animals sounds I was able to imitate) so combined the two and placed My finger over My lips to practice trumpet. Mr Armstrong and another musician I can't remember now made a very strong impression. not sure what it is about the trumpet I like so much?

desktop speakers are not compatible with quality music :(


arthur do you play trumpet???
i play piano keyboards(learned a bit as a child) but didnt get serious again til age 50. It is very enjoyable and one of the few activities where you dont decline as the yrs go by.

Re: Old peoples music section.

Post by art0hur0moh » Wed Nov 06, 2019 6:22 am

calitom wrote:These are the real heavyweight champions.Professional musicians all of them.



I was about eight when I learned that the puffing of the cheeks was for circular breathing. I could imitate an Elephant quite well (actually most Animals sounds I was able to imitate) so combined the two and placed My finger over My lips to practice trumpet. Mr Armstrong and another musician I can't remember now made a very strong impression. not sure what it is about the trumpet I like so much?

desktop speakers are not compatible with quality music :(

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