Questions from the internet, man. 4th General Questions.
I gathered here a number of questions, the answers to which are searched in the internet, and which could not arrange to "departments" thematic history of the piano and keyboard instruments , operating, tuning and maintenance of the piano or piano and questions related to the topic of buying or selling a piano or piano . If you are interested in Polish pianos and upright pianos , check out the given link. If you are looking for information and opinions about specific brands of pianos - welcome here .
White piano very old
Features of the old piano
Prices tuners for tuning pianos
Interesting facts about the piano
What does cembalist?
What is the number of the piano? / Serial piano which means?
What do the medals at the plate on a piano?
What is a double repetition of the piano?
Whether to play the piano you must have short fingernails?
Is the piano is the soundboard or soundboard?
Can my piano has ivory keys?
Can you play the piano of tune?
Is the digital piano belongs to a group of creative
Do you stand at the piano are necessary?
Do you need to play the piano to be a tuner?
What is the difference harmonium piano?
What is the difference harmonium from the authorities?
Bone deformities when playing the piano
Why do pianos have ivory?
Why is there no sound eis?
Why piano is so heavy?
Why the third defines the nature of the key?
What is a moderator on the piano?
The factory which produced pianos
Harmonium - what is it?
Harmonium - whence the name? / Where does the name harmonium?
Where the piano is a plate with vintage Calisia?
Where is the serial number on the piano?
How many instruments are in the collection Rostislav Wygranienki?
How much authority music?
How much copper is in the piano?
How many strings in a piano?
How many piano weighs? / How much on average weighs piano? / Weight of the heaviest piano
How many piano weighs?
How much weigh frame of the piano?
What is the tension of the strings in the piano?
How much waste is in the piano?
The higher the better piano?
Another name for harmonium
Musical Instruments - why expensive?
How and where to find the serial number on the piano? / Where to find the serial number of the piano? / Where is the serial number of a piano? / Piano where the serial number?
How to know the material in the piano keys? / How to recognize the ivory keys in a piano? / How to check the piano if it's a bone?
How old must be an instrument to be a monument?
How to find the age of the piano? / How to check the year the piano? / How to check which is the piano?
How to make a piano?
What is the width of a key on the piano?
What are the brands of pianos?
Collection instruments Warsaw
Ivory piano keys
Who buys old antique pianos?
Best mechanics piano
The best piano
Tension of the strings of the piano tone ...
Pianos pianos blog
Piano Belarus weight / How many piano weighs Biełarus?
Piano Calisia for scrap?
Digital piano sounding like they real?
Ivory piano - how to win?
Piano Legnica what are the keys?
Piano for scrap
Digital piano or acoustic? / Pianos, electronic / digital piano
Digital Piano: or suitable exercise for your child?
Piano: standard number of keys
Piano Ukraine weight
Piano with ivory keys
Old or new strings in the piano?
Old pianos how to check the year?
The system of strings in the piano
Size of the piano and the sound
Virtual museum of antique instruments
Extraction of color on the digital piano
Dimensions grand piano
Products antique ivory auctions
What is a piano made?
What are the piano keys?
What are the strings in the piano?
Which metal is composed piano? / From what metal plate in the piano?
Very old piano can not be white, because white pianos and piano - a fashion twentieth-century native of Russia , where "white piano" is synonymous with luxury and "imaginative thinking". Thanks worked most ancient instruments in white.
Very old pianos were brown - the color of natural wood. Since the mid-nineteenth century becomes fashionable black. Then not only almost abandoned the production of instruments in color "natural", but also dyed according to the prevailing fashion many existing pianos, often messy and nasty. Since that time (approx. 1870) maintained that piano concert must always be black. The few exceptions to color (also a contemporary white) apply only salon instruments and cabinet, and custom-made special order.
Piano before the last war are usually heavily carved (Art Nouveau) and practically do not have the so-called. high gloss. They may, but need not, have candle holders (sconces) and ivory keys. Older instruments - before approx. 1,905 years - may be called. upper muffler, or a wooden slat damping exalted than hammers (which can be seen at top flap). Instruments of approx. 1860 to 1880 are often on the front wall of three "windows" of uneven, skating shape - patterns imitating the window. Instruments of this period may not have a metal frame overall, as can be seen in the vicinity of the pins (or about support elements which are metallic or wooden panel only); next to the pins are written the names of the sounds to which they relate pins. Pianos before 1870 have a generally straight (not crossed) system strings, which can be observed by opening the bottom flap (the pedal), typically have a metal frame (only metal string loop fastener portion at the bottom) and are typically górnotłumikowe. Even older instruments may have a smaller scales (ie, have less than 85 keys) and have eg. Single pedal instead of two, plus their strings are not red, because copper wound had not yet been used. Pianos pre-1865 years will not have any elaborate carvings, as the then technology has not allowed for their performance - and therefore not in the style of Art Nouveau, but more classic - Biedermeier, Empire, etc..
Good, professional tuner costs approx. 400 zł. Guitar Tuners and others, which sometimes can also be used, are much cheaper, but also much less helpful.
It means "harpsichordist," or "performer on the harpsichord."
This is the serial number of the instrument. Thus, for example. Piano with the number 5126 is five thousand one hundred twenty-sixth instrument manufactured in the factory. Pianos of different brands, produced in one factory, as well as pianos from one factory, usually have the same numbers without divisions into genera, species, and brand. Piano serial number helps determine the year of its production .
Medals - it's awards and distinctions, which won the company-manufacturer for participation in various exhibitions industry. Absolutely not these medals won our specific piano! record holders gained even after dozens of medals (medals, diplomas, etc..) at various exhibitions, often not only in the world centers (Vienna, Paris ...), but in the very peripheral events. In addition, often budding producers have used the method of "miraculous multiplication" awards, placing instruments not only the image of the obverse, but the reverse of medals. Thus, a considerable number of such. Six medals at the piano often means three earned awards.
In no piano, no double repetition, as the case applies only piano! All procedures used in the mechanism of pianos, they only bring his action to the mechanism of the piano. However, this is not a double repetition, whatever you did not try to persuade customers to manufacture pianos. Complete uniformity in the operation of the mechanism and the vertically-gravity horizontal simplified mechanism is not possible.
Yes. Long nails give a nasty hum, break and - more importantly - prevent proper position (rounding) fingers.
The piano has a soundboard, also known as bottom resonance (colloquially - "resonance"), but no box. Soundboard in turn harpsichord. They had it too early models of the piano. Soundboard makes the strings sound even after wygłuszeniu mufflers it will echo inside the instrument, which may resemble the piano with constant bit pressed right pedal. To be convinced that the piano soundboard does not have enough to bend down and see that it is empty inside. The harpsichord is not empty.
If this is not plastic or plexiglass, probably yes. Both plastic and plexiglass, you can not go wrong with the bone.
You should not play. But the degree of detuning the piano may be different. There is always some tolerance, to a point. Purposeful of tune piano playing - it's either avant-garde music, or bezguście. What good closer ...
... rubbish ? Oh yes.
If we damage the floor, yes. Supports for the wheels of the piano legs can extend the scope of impact on the floor the weight of the piano, which means that it ceases to be on point. Then tens of kilograms evenly press against a few centimeters square, not on a single point in the middle.
No need to be a virtuoso of the piano, but without even a minimum skill of playing the piano, you can quickly become bungler, not a tuner . In addition, the purity outfit piano works best in playing some fragments of works of art. Performing the music, tuner demonstrates his skills - so musical and technical.
The piano sound strings struck by hammers (hence the piano / piano is sometimes called a percussion instrument). The harmonium - tabs and the air passing through them (hence it is wind instrument). Thus, different design, sound and repertoire, designed to execute on it. And hence - its use (destiny).
The organ sound is made in the pipes, and in the meantime the harmonium has reeds instead of pipes (tabs) type of accordion, so the color of her sound more like an accordion than bodies. Additionally, playing the harmonium himself kalikuje air two pedals, meanwhile, when the organ is from the fan on the current or - in older instruments - instrument for kalikowania, supported by a special person (or several people). Other differences are less important.
In active exercisers pianists (of the order of 5-8 hours per day) observed the deformation here: skew is the little finger of both hands (it is the weakest, so most pianists more pushing him, hitting him equally, but diagonally) and is skew nail of the thumb, as it hits the thumb side of the key, and not with your fingertip, as the other fingers. Other parts of the hands, and their bones with proper exercise on the piano are not any deformation.
Ivory was used for a long period of time to produce lining the white keys (keys diatonic) piano, harpsichord, piano and other keyboard instruments. It was a beautiful, noble material that does not undergo deformation and provide pleasant feelings fingers. Many historic instruments preserved bone lining their keys.
But most are. It is located right next to the E (right)
I pianos and upright pianos are very heavy, none of these instruments does not weigh less than 200 pounds. Above all, these instruments contain a very heavy metal frame (cast iron), which is necessary for the stability of the structure and dress, moreover, allows you to play "brute force" where necessary (at least in the case of a dynamic game in a big concert hall). On the other hand, antique instruments, in which there was no metal frames (could be either rudimentary or no), also weigh a lot. They have since massive wooden body - the massive, the more stable. In the case of keyboard musical instruments confirms the principle: the heavier, the bigger, the better is the sound. And that total is the most important criterion when it comes to the construction of musical instruments.
Because major third built on the main sound of the tone is "happily", a minor third - "sadly", and therefore gives the character so trójdźwiękowi tonicznemu, and the whole tone.
Only for effective sound attenuation in unfavorable conditions (neighbor, the late hour, sleeping baby, a house full of people, etc..). No features artistic and musical moderator does not perform, hence its optional and occasional presence in pianos.
It's like asking "factory, which produced cars." Throughout history, there were thousands of factories, factories, manufactories, factories and workshops, which produced pianos. In Poland alone, these plants were at least a few dozen.
Harmonium - a wind keyboard instrument, replacing the usual organ (church). Its construction and according to the principle of action is similar to the accordion; resembles a piano, the sound mimics the bodies. Harmonium basically fallen into disuse in the 1960s (along with the development of the market of the electronic / digital), although still quite often it can be found (usually at churches). Currently, attempts to restore the instrument to the panorama of musical life.
From the Greek φῦσα (Physa) - laughing and αρμονία (armonia) - harmony.
Nowhere. "Plate with vintage" - the fruit of someone's imagination. In no piano / piano does not have and never too "plates with vintage"! It is however the serial number, according to which in certain cases can be determined year piano (piano). Calisia pianos serial numbers are available at the link.
The grand piano serial number can be found:
- Engraved on the cast iron frame (in its various locations)
- Between spikes
- The album resonance (separately or, for example. Emblem in the middle of the factory)
- The corners inside the body, usually on the left
- In areas inaccessible to niespecjalisty, for example. On wooden parts and components on the inner side of their attachment.
At the same time, remember that not everyone encountered a number is the serial number of the piano factory. Sometimes the numbers determined components, including produced by other manufacturers. Thus, for example. Cast iron frame itself may have its own serial number, other than the piano, on which it was mounted. Own number may also have a mechanism for piano or piano, as manufacturers pianos often ordered "guts" of their instruments in several major European factories, which gave its qualities to own numbering.
(I assume that it is a pipe organ, also known as the Church, other "expensive toys" rather it should not be called "authorities".) It depends on their size and on whether they are new (built specifically for the site) or previously used, after selling imported (mostly from abroad: the Netherlands or Germany). Of course, the price also depends on the company that built the bodies. Medium (25-30 votes) new instrument built in Poland costs about a million dollars. Larger - respectively more (several million). Small bodies can be built for 200-500 thousand. Old authorities sold overseas can be reduced by 40-100 thousand; This amount also depends on the size of the instrument and the intermediary company in the dismantling, transportation and installation of bodies at the new location. The authorities of the leading western companies may even be several times more expensive than the average Polish instrument.
Just as much as it is wound on steel bass strings. Few.
On average, approx. 225 (+/- 5).
The piano higher, the more it weighs. The rule is also that antique pianos weigh more than today. The lightest piano (meter-high) weigh approx. 180 kg, the heaviest (the usual height) - approx. 380-400 pounds. On the other hand, a very old instruments with residual metal frame or even without it, weigh considerably less, even less than 200 kg. But these are really marginal copies. On the importance of the piano has a big impact material from which the body is built. Different species of wood have different weight. The pianos from the bottom shelf was used instead of the MDF board of wood, which makes the piano are extremely heavy.
Concert grand piano with a length of 2.70 m weighs approx. 450 kg, but there are also heavier items. Piano cabinet (approx. 155-165 mm), weighs an average of 300-320 pounds. Antique pianos that do not have a full metal frame, usually weigh about half as much.
Approx. 150-200 pounds, depending on the size of the piano and the period of its production.
In the largest pianos - up to 20,000 pounds. In smaller - approx. 15,000.
Expressed in dollars ...: for about 80-120 dollars.
Yes. The longer the bass strings, and the greater the area of the soundboard. This is therefore better sound.
Harmonium, armonio, Kunstharmonium (in Europe), Pump body, Parlor authority Reed organ (in the USA).
I would not say that musical instruments are expensive. Why expensive cars are? A computer? For the price of a small laptop you can buy even two pianos, or one-half of the piano, or five clarinets ... Dear are the only instruments brand new and possibly unique, very historic, or belonging to the Premier League. Just like cars ... and Why - there will knowledge of economics.
The serial number can be a number three, four, five or six-figure (for Yamaha - even a seven. Ot, mass ...). As regards the location areas (always inside the piano!), The serial number may be provided:
- the hammers (last on the right)
- on cast iron frame
- the side walls (inside or on top)
- on corporate emblem
- on the board at the resonant strings (or optionally the levers on the left pedal cycles)
- one of the wooden parts of the mechanism.
The number can be engraved or printed or affixed in ink or pencil. It can be on a separate szyldziku or tactical. It may contain the abbreviation "No." "No.", etc., Can be without it.
In addition, the number can be written in pencil on the reverse side of some wooden structural elements: beams, strips, bacon, walls, etc., However, advise against spin piano for the purposes of exploration of this issue, if we do not have confidence that surely we assemble everything back. In addition, so much hidden number can also mean that there is in the nature of documentation that using this number will allow us to dating the instrument. Companies that led documentation of its production, rarely so deeply concealed serial numbers.
Very easy: if the lining is made up of two elements (as if the key was cut in half), it is ivory. If the pads are comprehensive - it is plastic.
Should come before 1945. In exceptional cases, a monument can be considered an instrument also later production, provided it is considered particularly valuable for culture, will be unique and will have a value of museum and meet certain other requirements - it is not concerned with the piano or piano.
The age of the piano can not be "found" because, apart from a really rare exceptions, no one puts on the piano or the date of manufacture! Appearing yearbooks, medals, etc.. They are not in any case the year of manufacture of the instrument! Age piano can be determined by deduction, first you have to photograph them from the outside and the inside, check the serial number and write to me .
Interesting question, I would say, "the question of the month". Another thing that the actuality was exactly 200 years ago. Currently, more current question becomes what to do with the piano .
22 millimeters, but the instruments from different historical periods and countries of origin of this size can vary slightly (eg. One of the pianos, which I have , has a width of key = 24 mm).
There are thousands of brands of pianos. Currently produced in the world - hundreds of them. The specific brands more - here .
Valuation of ivory will be more expensive than ivory itself.
jest tym problemem, „dzięki” któremu obrót zabytkowymi pianinami jest w zasadzie nielegalny. Kości słoniowej nie można legalnie sprzedać , ani kupić, chyba że ma się stosowne ekspertyzy (patrz wyżej). Sam bym chętnie kupił okładzinę z kości z klawiszy starego pianina lub fortepianu, gdyby było to możliwe…
M.in. ja . A tak naprawdę nikt teraz ich nie skupuje. Nie te czasy…
Do najlepszych zalicza się mechanikę firm Langer, Schwander, Renner.
Nie ma czegoś takiego, jak „najlepsze pianino”. To tak, jakby zapytać, „który samochód jest najlepszy”. Maybach? Lamborghini? Ferrari? Bugatti? Chevrolet? A który jest lepszy: Lamborghini czy Bugatti, i dlaczego? OK, być może można powiedzieć, że najlepsze pianina robi Steinway. Ale to nie oznacza, że każde ich pianino będzie na pewno lepsze, niż każde inne pianino wyprodukowane przez jakąkolwiek inną firmę. Poza tym, niewątpliwie w kategorii cena / jakość znajdzie się niejedna firma, która zaproponuje zbliżony jakościowo instrument za całkiem niższą cenę. Dochodzimy do sedna sprawy: znakomite pianina robi wiele firm, a jeszcze więcej robiło kiedyś (i są one wciąż na rynku, wciąż w użyciu).
… 20 . Dotyczy to fortepianu koncertowego (2.70 m długości). W największych koncertowych fortepianach (o powiększonej skali lub długości korpusu) naciąg strun odpowiada masie 25 ton. W instrumentach gabinetowych oraz pianinach naciąg jest znacznie mniejszy, ok. 15 ton. Tyle samo: 14-15 t napięcia mają zabytkowe wiedeńskie fortepiany z ok. 1870 roku.
Ok. 270-330 kilogramów.
There are indeed cases where piano, or a residue already not suitable for anything. But before you throw (doing, burn) your piano, ask yourself, is not it better to give it to someone. Perhaps a music school? Maybe someone with friends? You can also suggest any piano tuner to take part. When almost completely smooth piano you can buy for 200-300 zł, money from his parcelling rather not get, but you can always do the right thing, and even a piano is not the end wasted. As for the piano "Calisia", this is a rather newer piano, so if there is no permanent damage (eg. Cracked frame), no need to consider its scrapping. Someone may benefit from such a piano!
Unfortunately, no . "How true" sounds almost every, but not in every situation, not all individual cases, not at all dynamics, not at each toucher (touch) ... Pianists know what's going on. The traditional piano sound body, space, depth. In the "cyfrzaku" - sound speakers, is governed by the flatness. It's like comparing a 3D movie in the cinema with the film on the display phone.
Piano ivory - how to win?
Buy a piano on a part - and pozdejmować lining of the keys. Or find a discarded piano and do the same.
With plastic, plexiglass, definitely not ivory.
Before zezłomujesz your piano, ask someone (eg. me ), or it does not need any parts. Dispose of the piano can basically only cast-iron frame, which in better case can make the difference for some 120 zlotys (so I read on the internet, personally, fortunately this is not checked). Frame you could not unusable anyway, because none of the tuners and mechanics of pianos at her not to tempt. But remember that the frame can be removed as a last resort - when nothing else is no longer "hampers". So, if you wanted to do the right thing, ask around about removing the necessary parts before you pull out the frame ...
It's a very difficult question. As for fun - that "pianinko same game", takes a beat and has a set of accompaniment - it will work. If your child is sensitive to the beauty (and who is not?), Co-bit already knows how to play, and there's more than a few months to "play with music", it is recommended that a traditional acoustic piano. Every time you go about it individually. Let us remember that the child is easy to discourage activities. On the other hand, the bad (sorry, "stress") behaved child will not have a desire to exercise even on the best instrument - but that is the problem I have tat, not a piano.
88 (in today) or 85 (for older instruments).
About 340-370 kg.
Basically, the new strings are a bit lighter than the old, but there are no rules. Easier to determine the age of the bass strings of a piano are having a coil. If the coil is gray (lead), the string is provided before approx. 1,880 years. If the coil is ore (copper) - it is after that date.
There are publications dealing with the history of piano builders companies - this will help determine roughly the period when the piano could be built. More refine production period will help the serial number, which is sometimes quite difficult to find (and sometimes impossible). Additionally, you can determine the age of a piano by its characteristics - use of mechanisms, strings, pins, key range, country of origin, the external design. If we do not have specific guidelines, the period of production can be determined with an accuracy of +/- 20 years. We are happy to help in such arrangements - please pay by mail .
The modern piano has a cruciform arrangement of strings. Idąc od lewej, są struny basowe – pojedyncze, grube, z miedzianym nawojem. Potem idą struny cieńsze, lecz również z nawojem, z których składają się podwójne chóry tenorowe. Na tym się kończy część basowa. Część dyszkantowa może od razu zaczynać się od potrójnych chórów bez nawoju, a może zawierać jeszcze kilka podwójnych chórów z nawojem. Te potrójne chóry występują aż do samego końca skali. W ostatnim przedziale dyszkantu ma miejsce pewne zastosowanie oszczędnościowe: struny są łączone, tak więc jedna struna odpowiada za dwa różne dźwięki. W przypadku urwania takiej struny pianino traci faktycznie od razu dwie struny.
Wielkość fortepianu wpływa na dźwięk w sposób zupełnie bezpośredni. Im niższy dźwięk wydaje struna, tym musi ona być dłuższa. Wszelkie próby „oszukania” zasad akustyki kończą się tym, że w krótkich, oszczędzających miejsce fortepianach, najniższe struny są krótsze, niż fizyka i akustyka wymaga, a co za tym idzie – brzmią niekorzystnie, czyli brzydko. W fortepianach „domowych” czy „gabinetowych” jest to dopuszczalny kompromis między oszczędnością miejsca a pięknem barwy dźwięku, ale instrument koncertowy lub studyjny nie pozwala w tym zakresie na żaden kompromis. Do tego dochodzi inny ważny aspekt: im fortepian większy, tym większą ma płytę rezonansową, bezpośrednio odpowiadającą za charakter dźwięku. Im większa ona jest, tym bogatszy i piękniejszy jest dźwięk fortepianu.
Barwy? Chyba farby? No cóż, jedyne barwy, które można wydobyć na pianinie cyfrowym, znajdują się pod przyciskami „grand piano”, „harpsichord”, „church organ”, „choir”, „strings”, „clavinova” itp. Jeżeli pragniemy wydobywać barwy z klawiszy za pomocą palców, pianino cyfrowe nie jest dla nas.
Ostatnio myślałem, że technologia jest tak dalece rozwinięta, że moje negatywne nastawienie do pianin cyfrowych należałoby zweryfikować. None of these things. Kilka tygodni temu miałem okazję grać na całkiem nowoczesnym modelu. Ogromnie się rozczarowałem. Sorry, ale to nie to. Kochani Rodzice, zanim zafundujecie swojemu dziecku elektroniczne pianino (a tak naprawdę, zanim skażecie go na lata męczarni i na trwałą nienawiść do muzyki), przemyślcie sprawę jeszcze i jeszcze.
Koncertowy fortepian zaczyna się od 240 cm – górna granica może przekraczać 3 metry.
Z drewna (korpus, klawisze i część mechaniki), żeliwa (rama), innej stali, miedzi oraz innych metali (kołki, struny, elementy mechanizmu, pedały), filcu i sukna (mechanizmy), kości słoniowej lub plastiku (okładziny klawiszy).
Same klawisze są wykonane z drewna, natomiast ich okładziny dawniej robiono z kości słoniowej (białe klawisze) i drzewa hebanowego (czarne klawisze), później zaś z różnego rodzaju plastiku i plexi.
Ze stali. Na dole stalowe struny mają miedziany nawój. Kiedyś, do lat 1880-ych, ten nawój strun basowych był mosiężny.
The piano is not made of metal, only includes a metal frame made of cast iron. I understand that in terms of its cost in buying scrap Max 120 dollars.
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