Topic: Re: OT - piano recommendation
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My daughter was asked to be the full time pianist in our church at age 14. We also had an organist, so she didn't need to jump that learning curve.
My suggestion is to get something that is similar to the one at the church. It doesn't have to be just like it. If they have a baby grand, you don't have to look for that. What I mean is find a decent upright or even a studio piano (upright but shorter). The suggestion to find a local piano tuner is a very good one.
And the daughter, now 41 years old, did that gig for ten years. She is now one of the band directors at a local high school. She says one of the hardest things to do is to play in a church with the people singing. They naturally speed up and slow down, it's not automatic.
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