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Choosing a piano becomes a lot easier with the knowledge provided in Tipbook Piano, a guidebook that helps readers gain a better understanding of this complex, expensive instrument without going into "data overload."
How to evaluate an instrument's timbre, how to judge and compare piano keyboards and pedals, the influence of the instrument's dimensions, different types of cabinets, the difference between laminated and solid wood soundboards, accessories, hybrid and digital pianos, and why tuning and regulation are so important everything is covered in this handy guide. All Tip Books feature online audio examples through Tip Codes.
Tipbook Piano includes:
|See and Hear What You Read with Tipcodes|
|Chapter 1: A Pianist?|
|Chapter 2: A Quick Tour|
|Chapter 3: Learning to Play|
|Chapter 4: Buying or Renting?|
|Chapter 5: A Good Piano|
|Chapter 6: Auditioning pianos|
|Chapter 7: Hybrid, Player, and Digital Pianos|
|Chapter 8: Accessories|
|Chapter 9: Maintenance|
|Chapter 10: Transportation, Tuning, and Regulation|
|Chapter 11: History|
|Chapter 12: The Family|
|Chapter 13: How They're Made|
|Chapter 14: Brands|
|Want To Know More?|
|The Tipbook Series|
|Table of Contents provided by The Tipbook Company. All Rights Reserved.|
Number Of Pages: 224
Published: 1st June 2009
Publisher: HAL LEONARD PUB CO
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 22.9 x 15.2 x 1.8
Weight (kg): 0.386
Edition Number: 2