Music for aberrant pianos

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davida march
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Music for aberrant pianos

Post by davida march » Wed Sep 23, 2009 1:00 am

I'm not sure if this is better in the piano info section as a discussion thread only. What I mean by this is music written especially for piano prototypes, 8 pedals for an octopus, that sort of thing.

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Re: Music for aberrant pianos

Post by fredbucket » Wed Sep 23, 2009 1:05 am

davida march wrote:I'm not sure if this is better in the piano info section as a discussion thread only. What I mean by this is music written especially for piano prototypes, 8 pedals for an octopus, that sort of thing.
Would it be better to change the name of the thread then to 'Music for Unusual Pianos' or something like that? 'Aberrant' is not quite the right word here IMHO, except when talking about pianists.

Now if you said music for aborrent pianos, then that's a totally different kettle of fish.

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Re: Music for aberrant pianos

Post by davida march » Wed Sep 23, 2009 1:17 am

fredbucket wrote:
davida march wrote:I'm not sure if this is better in the piano info section as a discussion thread only. What I mean by this is music written especially for piano prototypes, 8 pedals for an octopus, that sort of thing.
Would it be better to change the name of the thread then to 'Music for Unusual Pianos' or something like that? 'Aberrant' is not quite the right word here IMHO, except when talking about pianists.

Now if you said music for aborrent pianos, then that's a totally different kettle of fish.

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Fred
Aberrant: deviating from the ordinary, usual, or normal type; exceptional; abnormal, is exactly what I mean!
Abhorrence may be a side effect of using aberrant pianos.
dm :geek:

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