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Traditions of 'The Trade' and how they can affect Teaching/Learning by Plado
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After a long time away from my blog for reasons given recently I have had time on my hands to have discussions with myself about the things I had trouble learning when in the trade. I was lucky to be quite by chance teamed up with a very ...
The Soundboard by Vincent
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During the time when the piano was going through much scientific development to establish "standard" designs for its various components, or in other words, going back to the nineteenth century, the development ...

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