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Rishu 18 Apr in  Piano Classes

What can I do to determine the condition of my piano?

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Victor replied | 18 Apr

You must contact an experienced technician

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Pritam 18 Apr in  Piano Classes

Why is a piano hard to tune?

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Ajith replied | 04 May

Yes, it is very hard, especially by ear.An electronic tuner cuts down the learning curve greatly, but you still need to tune all of those strings and make them hold their tuning.
All in all, if you don't have any real training in it, don't try it. You're more likely to harm your piano than you are to get it perfectly in tune.

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Serene replied | 22 Jun

I guess the greatest difficulty in tuning is that each key has atleast two string, sometime three. All of them must be in tune to the note and to each other to bring out the sound of the note clearly. And for this one needs to have very sharp ears to distinguish the notes and tune accordingly.

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Murali 18 Apr in  Piano Classes

What do I need to do to maintain my piano?

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Jaydeep replied | 18 Apr

You just take care of electronics by avoiding piano's contact with dust and clean it once in a week with drycotton cloth. And most imp keep playing and practising. By keeping it clean and playing it regularly you are kind of worshipping it .. And it will bless you for sure.

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Serene replied | 22 Jun

Trying not moving it around. keep it at one place. One other tip the manufacturers suggest is to keep the back of the piano facing a wall that is connected to another room and not to the building exterior to minimum the variation of temperature of the wall, thereby affect the piano tuning. Both these help maintain tuning. The rest is subjective..

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Abirami 17 Apr in  Piano Classes

How does the piano create sound?

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Tusara replied | 06 May

When you release the key, the hammer and the damper fall back down again. The damper sits on top of the string, stops it vibrating, and brings the note rapidly to an end. Artwork: How a piano works: Press down on a key and you make a small hammer shoot up and strike the corresponding strings from beneath.

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Tusara replied | 06 May

When a hammer hits a string, the string vibrates -- and the way that the string vibrates is what makes a piano sound like a piano. Think about it: many instruments make sound by vibrating strings, but they all sound different.

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Nice 17 Apr in  Piano Classes

What do the pedals do and how do they work?

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Tusara replied | 06 May

Piano pedals are foot-operated levers at the base of a piano which change the instrument's sound in various ways. Modern pianos usually have three pedals, from left to right, the soft pedal (or una corda), the sostenuto pedal, and the sustaining pedal (or damper pedal). Some pianos omit the sostenuto pedal, or have a middle pedal with a different purpose such as a muting function...  more»
Piano pedals are foot-operated levers at the base of a piano which change the instrument's sound in various ways. Modern pianos usually have three pedals, from left to right, the soft pedal (or una corda), the sostenuto pedal, and the sustaining pedal (or damper pedal). Some pianos omit the sostenuto pedal, or have a middle pedal with a different purpose such as a muting function also known as silent piano. «less

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Neha 17 Apr in  Piano Classes

Is a "new" piano always better than a "used" piano?

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Surabhi replied | 05 May

Not necessarily. Sometimes, the oldest ones are the best, because of the superior quality of wood used in creating them.

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Tusara replied | 06 May

Yes please, because in the new piano you will get warranty/guaranty

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Rajan 16 Apr in  Piano Classes

What are the different pedals for?

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Senthil replied | 25 Apr

hi The acoustic piano have to 3 pedals to use. left is soft, middle is mute, right is sustain.

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Abhinav 16 Apr in  Piano Classes

Should I restore my piano?

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Rockerz replied | 08 Jun

Yes, U Can Restore Your Piano But It Is Better To Go The Shop.

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Poonam 16 Apr in  Piano Classes

What types of pianos are there?

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Senthil replied | 16 Apr

acoustic and electric piano

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Basundhara 16 Apr in  Piano Classes

Is the piano a string or percussion instrument?

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Parth replied | 18 May

Piano is not a string or percussion dear

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Ajith replied | 26 May

The piano has strings, but they are struck by hammers, so it is not clear whether it should be classified as a string instrument or a percussion instrument.

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Nikhil 15 Apr in  Piano Classes

Why the keys on a piano are grouped the way they are?

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Rockerz replied | 11 Jun

The white keys are natural notes (i.e. non sharps or flats). The black keys are the sharps and flats.

In music notation, the sharp notes are designated by a #, whereas the flat notes are designated by a b

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Nitin replied | 12 Jun

this is because of the notes

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Sarvepalli 15 Apr in  Piano Classes

I want to replace some keys, how do I remove the old ones?

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Jaydeep replied | 15 Apr

please take help of technician

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Senthil replied | 20 Apr

which key are not working. that keys pad u should change.

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Tashiruddin 15 Apr in  Piano Classes

Will moving a piano make it go out of tune?

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Senthil replied | 25 Apr

Yes. whenever do u move the acoustic piano. u must have to tune the piano .

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Vishwa Nath 15 Apr in  Piano Classes

How often should I have my piano tuned?

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Senthil replied | 16 Apr

you mast tune you r piano every 6 month

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Aamir 15 Apr in  Piano Classes

What is the best way to clean my piano keys?

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Senthil replied | 15 Apr

everyday 5 hours do practice no need to do clean

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Sabna 14 Apr in  Piano Classes

How do I figure out what "type" of piano I have?

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Lakshminarayana replied | 14 Jun

check the description which given in the user manual.

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Aditya replied | 15 Jun

There are 2 types of Piano, Grand Piano & Upright Piano. Usually Electric Digital Piano's are upright, they dont have stand cover to raise for sound to be audible. Grand Piano has a Big Stand Cover which you have to lift up for Clear Sound of your piano. Upright Pianos are smaller in size then Grand Piano.

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Gowre 14 Apr in  Piano Classes

What does a piano weigh?

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Senthil replied | 15 Apr

approximately 2 ton it is acoustic piano and electric piano 25kg to 40 kg

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Sapna 13 Apr in  Piano Classes

Is the piano a string instrument or a percussion instrument?

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Tusara replied | 28 May

string instrument if it's acoustic piano.

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Kumarpalaksha 13 Apr in  Piano Classes

Why does the piano have 88 keys?

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Senthil replied | 16 Apr

because 7 octave

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Vikas 13 Apr in  Piano Classes

How do I determine what my piano is worth?

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Lakshminarayana replied | 16 Jun

its depends up on brand and model

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Akshay 13 Apr in  Piano Classes

How many keys does a piano have?

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Yuvaraj replied | 25 May

Almost every modern piano has 52 white keys and 36 black keys for a total of 88 keys (seven octaves plus a minor third, from A0 to C8). Many older pianos only have 85 keys (seven octaves from A0 to A7). Some piano manufacturers extend the range further in one or both directions.

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Tusara replied | 28 May

88 Keys

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Mukul 12 Apr in  Piano Classes

What is a piano? Why was the piano invented?

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Senthil replied | 16 Apr

because we to play with 4 parts harmony only in the instrument PIANO

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Ankit 12 Apr in  Piano Classes

Is there any similarity between piano and keyboard?

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Senthil replied | 16 Apr

keys

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Deepak 12 Apr in  Piano Classes

Why piano is built in big size?

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Senthil replied | 16 Apr

that is string instrument that sound will reach with out amplifier at the auditorium

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Krishan 12 Apr in  Piano Classes

Which are the various genres associated with piano?

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Senthil replied | 16 Apr

western classical

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