I can answer general questions about playing the piano, playing technique, and piano literature.
I have played piano for over forty years. I have taught private piano. I have also played in church. I am especially interested in the piano as a music ministry. I have also written several compositions for piano.
I'm a past member of the National Guild of Piano Teachers.
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BA, Behavioral Science, Oral Roberts University (1975) MA, McCormick Theological Seminary (1980) I have had courses in Music Appreciation, Music Theory, and in Hymnology
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The Henning Piano Company was established in 1886, so it could be pretty old. The value will depend on its age and condition. Is it in good condition? Is the tone clear? What is the shape of the strings?
With a keyboard, I'd suggest that it have 88 keys and have pedals. My opinion is that it should be as much like a regular piano as possible. I'm not real adept at keyboards, but I'd stay away from those
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