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Andras Schiff, Brahms and the Question of Tradition
Much attention and mention is given Sir Andras Schiff's latest remarkable recording of both Brahms’ piano concertos with the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment. Schiff's choice of instrument is a Blüthner grand piano built in Leipzig around 1859, the year in which the first D minor concerto was premiered. Schiff has changed foot in his views on period instruments and the recording can be seen as an ambitious attempt to scrutinize and fully bring out the true characteristics of Brahms' works. Read more >>

Topic: Mozart Piano - A piano with a touch display & a teachers tool for live lessons  (Read 287 times)

Offline mozartpianos

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This is the Mozart Piano. It’s the first piano with a touch display.

This is my vision for what I believe a 21st century piano could become. As a long-time member of the music community, I listened to the pain points of different musician groups about their experience today and made a strong effort to solve their problems in order to create a global and vibrant community.

Here are some advantages of the Mozart Piano:

> Teachers could host live lessons.
No extra technology needed. Rather than setting up a tablet on the side and sending raw audio, imagine playing with your student at the same time where you listen to each other’s playing as if you’re next to each other.

With the Mozart Piano you could host live lessons, share exercises, and play with each other at the same time.

> You could find, read and edit sheet music easier than ever.
It’s time to move away from paper sheets. Tablets are OK, but being limited to a single sheet at a time is not cool.

With the Mozart Piano, you can view up to 3 sheets at once. You can find and download any sheet instantly. And the sheets you own - you can create copies to edit them, add comments, and send them easily to others.

> Beginners and ongoing musicians need a consistent way to learn on their own.
Learning the piano today is hard - there’s too many resources out there. It’s tough to decide how to start and what to follow.

With the Mozart Piano and its consistent course-exercise format, you could have access to a large collection of learning material. Learn your favorite movie score, a music genre like Jazz, or specific exercises like chords or scales.

> Music creators could make music in an immersive and intuitive way - right at their piano.
Musicians could create beats, melodies and full songs fun and easy. You could utilize loops, layers, effects, and various sounds to create your music right at the piano - no complicated setup necessary. And those who like uploading their recordings to YouTube, the Mozart Piano could have the editing and publishing process much simpler for you!

** Best of all - As your Mozart Piano ages, it doesn’t become junk. It becomes better over time with free software updates that give you added features as we continue coming up with new ideas. This is just the beginning - and with software, the opportunities are endless.

If you believe in this vision as much as I do, consider supporting the project! We have a live crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo. In exchange for a contribution, we’ll send you some cool gifts as a way of saying thanks.

Your contribution does two things:
1. In the short term, the funds help us continue our product development; and
2. More importantly, the total amount we raise serves as evidence for the demand of this awesome piano, so we’ll be able to go to investors in order to raise the funds needed to bring this to market!

Thanks for listening. Contribute today!