Piano App for Pocket PC


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Finally, after a bunch of piano applications/simulators for the amazing iPhone, here is one created for Pocket PC. Since Windows Mobile has no-multi-touch, unlike iPhone, you can only play one note at a time. Source: Mobility Site You can download it here (membership required)

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Variations on Ode to Joy for a Prepared Piano

Piano is a great musical instrument. It produces beautiful sounds, if played by an elegant pianist. It can also serve as a beautiful piece of furniture display. Some performing artists made a hole on a grand piano. They walk inside it, dragging it along. They play it “inside out”… imagine the keyboards in reversed order.…

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Harp Piano hybrid – How odd is it?

This is an extraordinarily rare harp-piano by Dietz, Austria or Germany, ca 1840. I’ve seen many pianos. But I am yet to touch a real harp. If this hybrid is played like an ordinary piano, where the hammers hit the strings, it should sound like a piano, less like a harp because harp’s strings are…

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Piano Apps List for iPhone

Undeniably, iPhone is the hottest cell phone in the market nowadays. I personally used an iPhone too. I love it because it is not only a very productive tool, it also allows me to carry the piano with me all the time. Oh.. of course it is not a full 88-keys piano! I just use…

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What is the Suitable Age to Learn Piano

I started learning the piano since 8-years-old. Is it too late? Ethan Bortnick (the piano prodigy) can play pretty well at only age 6! Sorry that I don’t mean that I might be a genius. I know that I am not in this case. As a parent, what is the suitable age to send your…

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Piano Prodigy Plays Boogie

Watch this video clip from the Movie: Love Me or Leave Me, 1955. A piano prodigy, plays boogie like a pro! Amazing… [HTML1]

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Video Tutorial of Robin Thicke’s “Lost without You” by Jermaine Giggs

I personally love the song by Robin Thicke, called “Lost without You”. It is simple, consist of only 4 seventh chords, and it is so groovy! Jermaine from Hear and Play explained how he dissected the song in this 33 minutes video. [HTML1]

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Free Pop Songs Piano Music Sheet

There is a site providing pdf version of many pop songs piano sheet music for download. I’m not sure if it is legal to provide those copyrighted music sheet for public download. You can find all the songs below at this page. MADONNA – Live to tellMADONNA – One more chanceMADONNA – Take a bowMARC…

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Propellerhead Reason Synth Tutorial

Propellerhead published a series of 24 parts music tutorial for Reason users. It is called Discovering Reason, created especially for people who have been using Reason for some time, yet can’t help but feel they’ve only scratched the surface. I am always fascinated by the Reason special interface that virtually looks like a stack of…

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