tandv.ws -- TandV WorkShop: Teachers' WorkShop

Here is Phil Sander explaining why it is so ...
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... the attentive teachers.
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Phil debunks the myth about the Magic Steinway Sound Bell. No, the sound is in the hand-made rim, the highly tensioned wrest-plank, the choice of materials and the careful setting of the down-bearing, and ...
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Next they invaded the WorkShop, and saw four grands in different stages of rebuilding. It's good to know that Steinway can provide rebuilding services down the track.
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We fix the soundboard to make sure it's crowned up to meet the strings at the bridge.
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 Lots of questions to answer.
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 Here's that astute buyer fellow again. He gets around.
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During march we held a talk for a group of specialist piano teachers. After a short recital on the concert Grand and an introduction to the event by Julie Englfield, Phil gave a presentation.

Warren Thompson from the Institute of Music, and Daniel Herscovitch (Head of Piano Performance Studies at the Conservatorium came to lend their support.

Later they had a memorable lunch and were then invited into the T and V WorkShop to see some rebuilding in progress.


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