So I have experience recording "baby" grand piano's but it's been all jazz or classical live performances. Tomorrow I'm recording a duo. Upright bass and piano with fem. vocals from the pianist. We are going to be using a local college's grand piano and recital room. It's getting tuned an hour before the session, or the load in rather. I had thought we were doing sort of jazz meets pop or something. I guess it is more pop with no jazz. I have limited equiptment. My best mics that I intend to use would be Neumann U87, KM184 (2), KMS105, and Earthworks TC30K (2). I'm sort of planning on the KMS105 for the live vocal takes, the U87 on the bass and probably running two stereo pairs for the piano, ortf TC30K, and maybe xy'ed maybe ortf KM184's. These will be for options and not all four mixed down. I'm much more confident with an open classical sound than I am with the pop. I also have not recorded an actual grand. Any input? Suggestions? Should I use the U87 in the piano, or on the piano and dub the bass parts. I'm also mildly concerned because it went from trying to do 5 songs to possibly ELEVEN!!! But of course "they wont need more than one take" ALL input would be great. Thanks so much!!! Oh, by the way she mentioned Ronnie Spector. I haven't heard any Ronnie Spector solo piano though, only the older 60's stuff. Oh and Stevie Wonder too. But I can only think of clav and such with Stevie.