When enthusiasm for a piano rises in the concert pianist, it is a wonderful thing. Their spirit soars, their talents fully manifest, the music ascends, and the listener gets emotional.
What can stir this response? Consistency note-to-note, a well-integrated tuning, and responsive repetition are a rather boring group of contributors, but very important. They elicit confidence. And confidence taps all knowledge, feeling, and sensibility directly, without instruction from little voices in the head, without reference to who is listening or what they might think. Scales, memorization, and all forms of effort are transcended.
TheGrandwork Systemfavors trial-and-error and go-nogo procedures over formulas and numbered measurements. In general, numbers and math empower designers and manufacturers but slow down piano technicians. So, why feature numbers in my discussion of grand weighoff?