Randy Potter is the founder and instructor for the world's largest online and home study school for piano tuning and technical work.

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Tuesday, 14 April 2015 20:00

Interview with Eleanor Sokoloff, Part 1

My beloved piano teacher, Eleanor Sokoloff is 100 years young and still teaching actively at the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia. Mrs. Sokoloff has trained some of the top pianists in the classical world during her 79 years of teaching.

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PianoWorld.com is one of the Internet's biggest resources on just about anything related to the piano.

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Wednesday, 08 April 2015 20:00

Piano Tastings Ep. 9: The Piano Buyer

 

Since 1987, The Piano Book by Larry Fine has been the definitive resource for folks looking to understand the world of pianos and make informed purchasing decisions.

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What do you get when a legendary jazz pianist inspires a master piano craftsman to build the piano of his dreams? The answer is the Ravenscroft Piano, one of the most meticulously designed instruments built today.

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Tuesday, 16 December 2014 19:00

Piano Tastings Ep. 6: The Cunningham Composer

What do you get when you combine an acoustic grand piano with a digital audio workstation outfitted with a touchscreen Mac? The Cunningham Composer!

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Friday, 05 December 2014 19:00

Piano Tastings Ep. 5: The Rach Test

I play some challenging Rachmaninoff to put two similar-sized pianos - a 5'10" Cunningham and a 5'8" Yamaha G2 - to the ultimate tonal test.

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Friday, 05 December 2014 19:00

Piano Tastings Ep. 4: European Gems Part 2

We revisit the Estonia and Schimmel 7 ft. grand pianos to play the same pieces from the previous episode on both pianos.

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Friday, 07 November 2014 19:00

Piano Tastings Ep. 3: European Gems

A taste of Europe in this episode!

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Wednesday, 05 November 2014 19:00

Piano Tastings Ep. 2: Does Size Matter?

When it comes to pianos, does size matter? Is a bigger piano always better?

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