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Synthesizer Conclusions When a child, I entered a music school, my whole family went to buy a piano. The only thing I remember is the horror of my mother when I enthusiastically pointed to the huge piano with candlesticks, because we lived in a two hruschevke. It was finally bought by the smallest domestic pianos do not remember what brand, which took place in my room. During the 8 years I have plagued their parents and neighbors about their daily occupations. Just in case clarify - student music school must deal with every day and not less than one hour, preferably two. With the neighbors after a few nervous conversations it was agreed - to do no later than 10 pm. In summer vacation at the cottage, I went to do a local club, and when choosing a holiday home or pioneer camp in parents was a separate concern - find me a piano. But is the story of 25-year-old, then indeed the only option when choosing a piano was a wooden acoustic instrument, variations existed solely on the manufacturer, the sound quality and price. Today we add a huge new reservoir Tools - electronic. They have many advantages - they are cheaper, smaller, have the widest range of advanced features unavailable in conventional piano. But still, many prefer acoustic instruments electronically. For professional musicians, connected his life with classical music, the choice of an acoustic instrument is unique. Natural high quality piano sound, but still in good Concert Hall, a man with a good ear for music will not be able to exchange electronic sound.
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Music Travel Travel To Iceland "Glittering glass blocks on the sea: the new concert hall"Harpa"with a gala concert with star tenor Jonas Kaufmann opens at the harbor in Reykjavik on May 21, 2011 the new landmark: Harpa concert hall" Iceland is one of the most exotic travel destinations around the world. Boiling geysers, rushing waterfalls, vast glaciers and volcanoes make this island in the North Atlantic a true spectacle of nature. The capital city Reykjavik presents itself as aspiring young city with a lively cultural scene. The smallest with about 180,000 inhabitants capital of the world"has blossomed into a trend-setter in terms of music, fashion, art and design. "In May 2011 is great: the new concert hall Harpa" opens. The building designed by the Danish Architect Henning Larson will be visible with a spectacular facade of the Icelandic artist Olafur Eliasson, far beyond the city. Fish scale-like glass blocks give the building a futuristic-looking front. Ten percent of the surface is coloured or reflected Glass covered, which forms a pattern designed by Eliasson. Reykjavik is the hotspot for culture travelers who want to combine the natural wonders of Iceland with an evening concert or Opera experience in one of the most beautiful concert halls in Europe. "Peak of the Eroffungsfeierlichkeiten and of the concurrent Reykjavik Arts Festival" a gala concert with the German star tenor Jonas Kaufmann and the Iceland Symphony Orchestra's May 21, 2011. The Hamburg-based organizer for international opera and concert tours, PALCO REALE, put together to mark the occasion a travel package. Travel dates: 19.05 May 22nd 2011. The flight, 3 nights at a boutique Hotel Radisson Blu 1919 included in the arrangement"in the Centre of Reykjavik, a ticket in the first category for the Gala concert with Jonas Kaufmann, a VIP invitation to the opening event of the Reykjavik Arts Festival"...