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Although piano warmups can seem monotonous and unnecessary at times, they can be quite beneficial and essential regardless of how advanced a piano player you are. Warming up can help you improve your skills, build finger dexterity and strength, increase wrist flexibility, and exercise your brain. Here is a list of some of our favorite piano warmups that can help you become a better pianist: Read More
If you’ve developed a recent interest in playing the piano or want to encourage your children to learn how to play this beautiful instrument, you may first want to learn a little about the different types on pianos there are and see which best suits your style and approach to playing. Generally, there are three main types of pianos: Grand, Upright/Vertical and Digital. Among these types, there are several variations that have emerged over the years and caught interest of pianists worldwide. Here is a glimpse into some of the pianos available today: Read More
When it comes to taking good care of your piano – you can’t do enough. Although it appears to stand tall and strong, the piano is one of the most delicate musical instruments and requires regular maintenance and care to continue sounding and playing well. Along with keeping its inner components tuned and maintained, a piano’s outer features also require protection from natural elements and regular gentle cleaning to preserve their strength and appearance. While your piano is in the safety and comfort of your home, it is easy to protect it and control the temperature and humidity level around it. But once it goes into storage, there are a lot of things to consider. When storing or moving and transporting a piano to another location, additional care and attention is required as this is not a simple process and usually is best handled by professional piano movers who can provide the right space, restrains and environment for your piano during storage and relocation. Read More
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