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CAMC
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posted: 12/29/2005 at 2:15:24 PM ET
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I am in search of a small travel piano/keyboard (small enough to take as an airplane carry-on). In the movie, "Fame", Bruno had in front of him a small item such as this (about 20-22 FULL-SIZED white KEYS long; flat, rectangular case; probably not much sound, but probably good for practicing voicings while on the road) while studying. Does anyone know of such an item or something similar (besides that flat, rubberized, travel keyboard thing I've been seeing advertised)?

gruvnfunk
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posted: 1/17/2007 at 11:15:01 PM ET
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Did you ever figure this one out? I would be interested in knowing if you did and what the outcome was. Thanks

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stringdidj
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posted: 1/23/2007 at 7:59:45 AM ET
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Mozart, haydn used small clavichords as their travel/practice instruments. The smallest examples of these are 39" by 12" by 3" though there are one or two 3/4 sized/pitched versions. search for "Romer clavichord" on images on google for one model of this

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posted: 4/7/2007 at 12:42:20 PM ET
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Greetings. Did you ever find your travel piano keyboard? If so please indicate if it was a roll up or rigid folding one.
Thanks


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I have made a folding keyboard as a sort of prototype idea. I'm thinking of making another one sometime this year based on the flaws I found with this one. Check out my findings at www.travelpiano.com.

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posted: 4/29/2007 at 5:58:03 PM ET
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    I have made a folding keyboard as a sort of prototype idea. I'm thinking of making another one sometime this year based on the flaws I found with this one. Check out my findings at www.travelpiano.com.
What a great idea. Hope you are successful. Keep us up-to-date on any progress you make.

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posted: 11/13/2007 at 11:34:49 AM ET
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I am also looking for a travel keyboard. Has anyone tried the 4 octave roll-type keyboard? Has anyone seen the same concept with 88 keys?

flying angel

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