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Offline birba

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Re: How big is your hands
«Reply #100 on: April 14, 2012, 07:03:01 PM »
Happy easter?  Well, it's late for the christian calendar and early for the russian calendar...I guess you could say we're in the midst of easter!
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Re: How big is your hands
«Reply #101 on: April 14, 2012, 07:10:57 PM »
Yes, it was an anticipation of Easter. ::) Tomorrow I can't write on the forum.  :)
My grandmother lives but she's antique-81 years old and quit piano because of arthritis. Are you 81 years old? ;D ;D ;D ;D
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Re: How big is your hands
«Reply #102 on: April 14, 2012, 07:20:08 PM »
My grandmother had a hand span of 26,5 cm and she was a concert pianist. Maybe it is genetically transmitted (the hand span). :) Period.
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Re: How big is your hands
«Reply #103 on: April 14, 2012, 07:28:01 PM »
It is mine too. It is the most colourful celebration (hope that is the word- I'm a nightmarish english learner.) ;D ;D
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Beethoven Sonata op.110
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Re: How big is your hands
«Reply #104 on: April 14, 2012, 07:28:49 PM »

My grandmother lives but she's antique-81 years old and quit piano because of arthritis. Are you 81 years old? ;D ;D ;D ;D

No he's like 20 years younger, he just likes to make himself older.  :P I don't know maybe I'm really weird, but 81 doesn't seem that old to me...  :-\ ok well maybe it's old, but not antique!  :P I would say maybe 80 is old, 100 is very old and then 120 is antique!  :P  :D

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Re: How big is your hands
«Reply #105 on: April 14, 2012, 07:30:51 PM »

I have actually a 12 year old female student who can reach a tenth :)


But can she only touch the keys or can she REALLY play that, without pressing any other keys?

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Re: How big is your hands
«Reply #106 on: April 14, 2012, 07:54:36 PM »
It is mine too. It is the most colourful celebration (hope that is the word- I'm a nightmarish english learner.) ;D ;D
 TimeaB :-*

:) I don't know if it's the "correct" word (I am no native English speaker too) but yes, to me it is also very colourful! :) And full of hope! :) Spring, flowers, green, colours, everything comes to life again! :)

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Re: How big is your hands
«Reply #107 on: April 14, 2012, 07:59:23 PM »
But can she only touch the keys or can she REALLY play that, without pressing any other keys?

She can play it touching the (white) keys right at the edge. I am similar, I can't reach a tenth from d to f# and I can't reach a tenth properly without hitting other keys if I am playing inside of the keys. But her handspan is a bit smaller than mine, still.

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Re: How big is your hands
«Reply #108 on: April 15, 2012, 03:53:40 AM »

I have actually a 12 year old female student who can reach a tenth :)


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Re: How big is your hands
«Reply #109 on: April 15, 2012, 08:10:24 PM »
I can do nothing bigger than the major tenth from F# to A#.  It sure would be nice if it were longer.  Then I could do the Fats Waller pieces I like so much.  And don't tell me that people who can stretch twelfths with ease don't have an advantage when it comes to playing Chopin opus 10 number 1.  I wonder what Ruth Slenczynska's hand span is.

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Re: How big is your hands
«Reply #110 on: April 18, 2012, 11:26:12 AM »
have you tried tying chopsticks to the end of your fingers??? ;D
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Re: How big is your hands
«Reply #111 on: April 18, 2012, 12:00:41 PM »
become a brilliant pianist in minutes, seemed appropriate given the main theme of the thread lol

the origianl 'big hands' routine

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Re: How big is your hands
«Reply #112 on: April 18, 2012, 09:59:55 PM »
 :D :D :D :D
I'm sure you know -- and like  ;)-- the 'Japanese version:

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Re: How big is your hands
«Reply #113 on: April 19, 2012, 05:25:07 AM »
become a brilliant pianist in minutes, seemed appropriate given the main theme of the thread lol

the origianl 'big hands' routine

Aw!  it's been disactivated.  I've seen the japanese version.  I was curious about this "original" one.

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Re: How big is your hands
«Reply #114 on: April 19, 2012, 12:07:37 PM »
Aw!  it's been disactivated.  I've seen the japanese version.  I was curious about this "original" one.
hmm it was working just fine yesterday, unless the user got shut down for copyright stuff, youtube has 'autobot' scanners that will label you guilty of cr infringement first and make you prove innonce later to reactivate your account. i'll try it again later.

edit. just checked seems to be working find now


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Re: How big is your hands
«Reply #115 on: April 19, 2012, 02:34:28 PM »
:D :D :D :D
I'm sure you know -- and like  ;)-- the 'Japanese version:

after a tiring day back from work, just saw this by accident.this was really really funny..thanks Costica.....

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Re: How big is your hands
«Reply #116 on: April 19, 2012, 06:22:15 PM »
Aw!  it's been disactivated.  I've seen the japanese version.  I was curious about this "original" one.

No Birba! It's not disactivated, you just have to watch it on youtube, you just need to click one more time on the video and then it opens in youtube.  :P

She can play it touching the (white) keys right at the edge. I am similar, I can't reach a tenth from d to f# and I can't reach a tenth properly without hitting other keys if I am playing inside of the keys. But her handspan is a bit smaller than mine, still.

That's cool.  8) Is she tall? Well maybe I could almost do it that way too, just very slowly and carefully  :P but that probably wouldn't be very practical while playing a piece...  :P but there's no way I could reach from d to f# !!! not even while hitting other keys! ::) and I'm really tall!  >:(

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Re: How big is your hands
«Reply #117 on: April 25, 2012, 01:05:37 PM »
looks like I have the smallest handspan of barely 9 keys :( :P
why didn't I stick to science??? >:( i just HAD to play piano >:( >:( >:(
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Re: How big is your hands
«Reply #118 on: May 14, 2012, 05:09:09 PM »
There is a connection between dimension and side dimension. I am only 5'8" and do not have huge arms. So whenever someone would create disparaging feedback about them, I'd silently take away and take out them from my lifestyle.

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Re: How big is your hands
«Reply #119 on: December 24, 2012, 01:38:03 AM »
I can reach about a twelfth or a thirteenth if I really stretch on white keys, so about 24-25 cm? I have long and flexible fingers though, so.....

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Re: How big is your hands
«Reply #120 on: December 24, 2012, 02:36:49 AM »
I can reach about a twelfth or a thirteenth if I really stretch on white keys, so about 24-25 cm? I have long and flexible fingers though, so.....

Stupid Piano Forum won't upload my image. Can someone help me?


WHAT?!?!?!

What I do is I go to photo bucket and make an account.  Then I upload my photo on to there and copy and paste the image code on to here.  I know, it's kind of a hassle...
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Re: How big is your hands
«Reply #121 on: December 24, 2012, 02:39:35 AM »

WHAT?!?!?!

What I do is I go to photo bucket and make an account.  Then I upload my photo on to there and copy and paste the image code on to here.  I know, it's kind of a hassle...

Yeah, that's kind of a hassle. And anyway, I can't find my camera, so that I can access the photo... (I deleted it by mistake on my computer)
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Re: How big is your hands
«Reply #122 on: December 24, 2012, 03:16:04 AM »

WHAT?!?!?!

What I do is I go to photo bucket and make an account.  Then I upload my photo on to there and copy and paste the image code on to here.  I know, it's kind of a hassle...

Oh, and what does your WHAT?!?!?! refer to?
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Re: How big is your hands
«Reply #123 on: December 24, 2012, 03:55:55 AM »
Mine was only 17cm...better than nothing... ;D
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Re: How big is your hands
«Reply #124 on: December 24, 2012, 04:12:48 AM »
Mine was only 17cm...better than nothing... ;D

Definitely better than nothing. Huge hands are a nuisance, as is being tall. I'm 6'7" and it's really annoying to be tall. Especially because I am from India and so am not "supposed" to be very tall...
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Re: How big is your hands
«Reply #125 on: December 24, 2012, 04:16:58 AM »
Definitely better than nothing. Huge hands are a nuisance, as is being tall. I'm 6'7" and it's really annoying to be tall. Especially because I am from India and so am not "supposed" to be very tall...

Ah, how much better I would be at basketball if I was as tall as you...
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Re: How big is your hands
«Reply #126 on: December 24, 2012, 04:17:57 AM »
Ah, how much better I would be at basketball if I was as tall as you...

I never liked any sort of sports. I jog to keep fit.
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«Reply #127 on: December 24, 2012, 04:27:04 AM »
I never liked any sort of sports. I jog to keep fit.

Well I don't play basketball much often.  Only to lay down the law every once in a while to remind some people who's boss.  *cracks neck* 8)

Now skateboarding is where it's at!  Contrary to popular belief, you don't hurt yourselves often.
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«Reply #128 on: December 24, 2012, 04:32:52 AM »
Well I don't play basketball much often.  Only to lay down the law every once in a while to remind some people who's boss.  *cracks neck* 8)

Now skateboarding is where it's at!  Contrary to popular belief, you don't hurt yourselves often.

I am still not really into sports, but my height makes piano playing very annoying sometimes. And I'm always intimidating people.
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«Reply #129 on: December 24, 2012, 04:35:16 AM »
I am still not really into sports, but my height makes piano playing very annoying sometimes. And I'm always intimidating people.

How much do you freaking lower the bench?  And how far do you sit away from the piano?

My former teacher was like 6'6 and every time I would have to freaking ask him to adjust the bench so much before every lesson.
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«Reply #130 on: December 24, 2012, 04:38:53 AM »
How much do you freaking lower the bench?  And how far do you sit away from the piano?

My former teacher was like 6'6 and every time I would have to freaking ask him to adjust the bench so much before every lesson.

I sit something like 3 to 4 inches further back than a male person of normal height (about 5'10" to 6'), and have to lower the bench really far, but then my legs are way too close to the ground so I raise the seat, but then my hands are naturally above the keyboard. So it's a paradox.
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«Reply #131 on: December 24, 2012, 04:45:29 AM »
I sit something like 3 to 4 inches further back than a male person of normal height (about 5'10" to 6'), and have to lower the bench really far, but then my legs are way too close to the ground so I raise the seat, but then my hands are naturally above the keyboard. So it's a paradox.

I like to sit as low and as close to the piano as possible like Glen Gould. 

So we're opposites.
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Re: How big is your hands
«Reply #132 on: December 24, 2012, 05:47:04 AM »
I sit something like 3 to 4 inches further back than a male person of normal height (about 5'10" to 6'), and have to lower the bench really far, but then my legs are way too close to the ground so I raise the seat, but then my hands are naturally above the keyboard. So it's a paradox.

Raise the keyboard/piano. My knees always hit the underside of the piano so I put blocks under the casters.
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«Reply #133 on: December 24, 2012, 06:17:24 AM »
I can cover 1/3 of the piano with my hands.
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Re: How big ARE your hands
«Reply #134 on: December 24, 2012, 06:33:17 AM »
I can cover 1/3 of the piano with my hands.

Upright, baby G or concert G?

In any case, that must be a record.  :o
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Re: How big is your hands
«Reply #135 on: December 24, 2012, 12:08:32 PM »
Well, I have small hands. I can reach a 9th quite easily, but, as for a 10th, I can't reach it...
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Re: How big is your hands
«Reply #136 on: December 24, 2012, 03:17:31 PM »
Well, I have small hands. I can reach a 9th quite easily, but, as for a 10th, I can't reach it...

Your hands really aren't that small, then. I know several people who can't reach an octave.
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Re: How big is your hands
«Reply #137 on: December 24, 2012, 03:20:16 PM »
Raise the keyboard/piano. My knees always hit the underside of the piano so I put blocks under the casters.

Good tip. I tried it on my upright, which is what I usually do private practice on (I also have a Bosendorfer Model 225 and a Steinway Model D), but the pedals are now uncomfortably high. I find that on the two grands the leg/hand issue is less extreme due to the way the keyboard is set up, so I haven't had to raise them.
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Re: How big is your hands
«Reply #138 on: December 24, 2012, 04:41:13 PM »
Good tip. I tried it on my upright, which is what I usually do private practice on (I also have a Bosendorfer Model 225 and a Steinway Model D), but the pedals are now uncomfortably high. I find that on the two grands the leg/hand issue is less extreme due to the way the keyboard is set up, so I haven't had to raise them.

Now with thinner keyboards set up is easier. Mine is totally component based. Everything is adjustable and the pedal sits on the floor.
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«Reply #139 on: December 24, 2012, 04:44:49 PM »
Now with thinner keyboards set up is easier. Mine is totally component based. Everything is adjustable and the pedal sits on the floor.

OK, that explains something. I have a Bosendorfer upright with an adjustable bench, but pretty much nothing else is adjustable, so raising the piano makes the pedals uncomfortably high.
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Re: How big is your hands
«Reply #140 on: December 24, 2012, 05:16:11 PM »
I can reach a 10th viably, and an 11th I can technically reach but I would say it's strained and just not feasible in actual playing.

Funnily enough the the pianos that Liszt and co used had thinner keys, so even though my hand is about 0.4cm bigger, it doesn't really give me any sort of stretch advantage because the size of the keys balance that out.

But then again we all know not to judge someone by the size of their hands...

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Re: How big is your hands
«Reply #141 on: December 24, 2012, 05:18:49 PM »
18 cm, reach 9th. Maybe 10th in a good day.

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«Reply #142 on: December 24, 2012, 05:33:52 PM »
Definitely better than nothing. Huge hands are a nuisance, as is being tall. I'm 6'7" and it's really annoying to be tall. Especially because I am from India and so am not "supposed" to be very tall...
woah~you are tall...i m only 5'5''. But there is always advantages and disadvantages for being short or being tall...its just how you see it...^^ example: (its good to be short because they say short people live longer life) (its good to be tall because you can have long nice leg) ^^ right?
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«Reply #143 on: December 24, 2012, 05:39:00 PM »
woah~you are tall...i m only 5'5''. But there is always advantages and disadvantages for being short or being tall...its just how you see it...^^ example: (its good to be short because they say short people live longer life) (its good to be tall because you can have long nice leg) ^^ right?

I guess so. My family in general is tall, but I am still incredibly tall, even by the standards of my family. I don't really get this whole thing like "If your genes make you short you will also live long" or "If you have wide fingernails you are at risk of heart disease (I actually read that somewhere)". There are always an incredibly large number of exceptions. I also have big hands for my family.
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Re: How big is your hands
«Reply #144 on: December 28, 2012, 01:26:41 AM »
I like to sit as low and as close to the piano as possible like Glen Gould. 

So we're opposites.

Well, not really, I'm just taller than you and therefore need more room to put my legs. So I sit really far back and lower the bench, but not too far, because then my legs bend under me because they are too close to the ground.
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Re: How big is your hands
«Reply #145 on: August 01, 2013, 03:34:21 AM »
I can reach a tenth octave, but I need to stretch to do it. I can reach a ninth comfortably. My hands are about 18 cm. in height.

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«Reply #146 on: August 03, 2013, 11:52:57 PM »
I can just reach a 9th easily. I can sort of reach a 10th like C to E. My hand is 17.5 cm.
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