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Offline mycrabface

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Re: Introduction
«Reply #350 on: January 03, 2006, 12:06:54 PM »
I'm 14.. Me and my friend can play fantaisie impromptu.. we've tried playing it together and it was fun! results: literally, rofl.
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«Reply #351 on: January 12, 2006, 10:04:35 PM »
Hey I'm a 14 year old guy who's played since the age of 6 (not that long). 
I live in Hockessin, DE.  I actually enjoy playing and I have a really good teacher.
I don't like grading levels to pieces...
After I lose the blasted MTNA competiion (i wont do it on purpose, tho) I will work on the Ravel Sonatine (movements 2&3, already learned 1), Beethoven Sonata Op.2, and some other stuff.
I play the clarinet for the school band.
I always wanted to play the F-I impromptu, but I didnt know what it was called until my teacher gave that piece to another student. :'(
Hopefully La Campanella wont be taken from me!
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Re: Introduction
«Reply #352 on: January 13, 2006, 12:45:41 PM »
Hey I'm a 14 year old guy who's played since the age of 6 (not that long). 
I live in Hockessin, DE.  I actually enjoy playing and I have a really good teacher.
I won 1st in the MTNA Delaware contest and am leaving for the Eastern Division competition tomorrow  :o
I don't like grading levels to pieces...
After I lose the blasted MTNA competiion (i wont do it on purpose, tho) I will work on the Ravel Sonatine (movements 2&3, already learned 1), Beethoven Sonata Op.2, and some other stuff.
I play the clarinet for the school band.
I always wanted to play the F-I impromptu, but I didnt know what it was called until my teacher gave that piece to another student. :'(
Hopefully La Campanella wont be taken from me!

a lot in common eh
La Campanella Freak

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Re: Introduction
«Reply #353 on: January 21, 2006, 01:07:38 AM »
I am a professional flutist with a bMus in flute and theory. I play in a few groups, sing in an excellent choir (sop2/alto1), teach flute, piano, voice and theory and Music for Young Children. I am currently taking organ lessons and want to be a church organist. I play piano ok, gr 9 RCM level approximately. Mostly self taught. Flute was my first instrument

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Re: Introduction
«Reply #354 on: January 26, 2006, 02:15:40 AM »
Hey everyone. I'm new here.

I'm a 21 year old chick from Australia. I'm a student at Flinders University. Not much to say about me really. I've been playing the piano off and on since I was 5.. more off than on. My favourite pieces are Edude.12.Opus.10 - Chopin and the First and Third movement to Beethovens Opus 27 Moonlight Sonata.
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Re: Introduction
«Reply #355 on: February 01, 2006, 11:44:05 AM »
hahaha, isnt it sexist to call a female a chick? very naughty!

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«Reply #356 on: February 03, 2006, 01:40:08 AM »
Wow,you all have been playing the piano for such a long time.I just started playing the piano about 20 months ago after 6 years with the synthesizer.My teacher does not teach me the cornerstone but ask me to choose  my favourite compositions to learn to play.But I think I need some extra fundemental practice.Any suggestion,please?
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«Reply #357 on: February 08, 2006, 04:26:45 PM »
I'm 17 and am currently studying for my AS-levels. All of my friends are doing their A2's and are a year above me because I flubbed my GCSE's from toking too much and generally not caring. I am doing Music, Maths, Media Studies and Applied Business Studies (more coursework, less exams).

When I first started piano (I think I was about 5 or 6) I loved it, mainly because my teacher was hot ;D She had to stop teaching me though after Grade2 because she had to go to University, so I took up lessons with a new teacher, who was quite harsh and demanding. This made me completely lose passion for the piano, and I never did any practice. Eventually she stopped the lessons because they were just becoming silly (I wasn't improving whatsoever) and I stopped playing for quite a few years (during which I tried and failed in learning the saxophone). Then, during my GCSE's, I made friends with some other pianists, one of them being awesomely good and giving me inspiration to take it up again, so I did and have ever since been playing, but not been doing grades. I have great ease with memorising pieces but my sightreading is quite poor - the complete opposite of my dad: excellent sightreading (if ever he wants to play a piece to me, he can play it straight off with minimal mistakes and a fair bit of musicality) but poor memorisation. I feel I am quite good at the piano, being able to play most stuff after learning for a long time, but mistakes are quite often. Unfortunately, my hands aren't completely independent, and this hinders my learning, added to my weak fourth and fifth finger and inability to trill with any but my second and third, and still not that controlled. However I am determined to better my technique, and have recently come across an online book which seems extremely helpful, so hopefully you will read my name on a concert poster at one point in time ;)

The only piece I know entirely is my friend's AS Music composition, and it's a wonderful piece. All other pieces I have tried I have stopped learning them from lack of motivation, and I can't seem to carry them on. They include:

Capriccio in F#minor - Brahms
Song without words (don't know which one) - Mendelssohn
Prelude in C#minor Op.3 No.2 - Rachmaninov
Mephisto Waltz No.1 - Liszt
And the one I'm currently 2pages away from completing is Gnomenreigen by Liszt, which gives me grief with the runs.

Hiline: try reading this online book that was posted on this forum, here's a link to the topic:
http://www.pianostreet.com/smf/index.php/topic,15855.0.html
It teaches great basic fundamentals for practicing and learning to play the piano, many of which are counter-intuitive.
Henrah
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«Reply #358 on: February 09, 2006, 03:02:04 PM »
Thanks a lot,henrah.The online book looks great!   ;D .Let's study from it,huh,? ;)
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«Reply #359 on: February 15, 2006, 06:33:49 PM »
Hello, I am new here and also have only started playing the piano 9 months ago at the age of 39. I haven't played an instrument since high school. I find playing the piano very relaxing but also challenging.

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«Reply #360 on: February 16, 2006, 05:00:57 PM »
Hi y'all,
   I am form the USA.  The Sounthern part though where everyone talks southern and people go muddin' on Friday night in their trucks and 4 whellers, or ride on car hoods draged by a 4 wheeler (it's lots of fun). ;)  I am 16 and I have been playing ever since I was 3.  I stoped a couple of years ago 'cause I hated it, but then I fell deeply in love with it. :)  So, I started back up two years ago.   Well, nice to meet all of y'all.  See ya!

Southern by the Grace of God,
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«Reply #361 on: February 16, 2006, 08:24:18 PM »
Hi y'all,
   I am form the USA.  The Sounthern part though where everyone talks southern and people go muddin' on Friday night in their trucks and 4 whellers, or ride on car hoods draged by a 4 wheeler (it's lots of fun). ;)  I am 16 and I have been playing ever since I was 3.  I stoped a couple of years ago 'cause I hated it, but then I fell deeply in love with it. :)  So, I started back up two years ago.   Well, nice to meet all of y'all.  See ya!

Southern by the Grace of God,
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sounds like where I live.

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«Reply #362 on: February 18, 2006, 12:07:06 AM »
where are you from?  I am from FL.

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«Reply #363 on: February 18, 2006, 03:22:11 AM »
hahaha florida is kinda like california, southern...but unique....and like...k

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«Reply #364 on: February 18, 2006, 12:02:58 PM »
I have just realised, i have never introduced myself.

I is thalbergmad and i live in a crappy little town called Gravesend about 30 miles south of London.

I av been playing the joanna for 38 years and i also play the organ and banjo. The Banjo is by far my favourite instrument.

When i play the piano, it is almost always romantic transcriptions. I do not care for the modern garbage and Bach does not light my fire.

I az recently "come out".
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Re: Introduction
«Reply #365 on: February 20, 2006, 03:29:40 PM »
CA is nothing like FL!

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Re: Introduction
«Reply #366 on: February 21, 2006, 12:21:03 AM »
Does Florida have lots of old people?
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«Reply #367 on: February 24, 2006, 05:02:47 PM »
yes but there are lots of young people too.  why?

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Re: Introduction
«Reply #368 on: February 24, 2006, 11:49:56 PM »
hi Ludwig.
my name is Carolina, Im from Spain. I m on the forum since yesterday! Nice meeting you all!

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«Reply #369 on: March 11, 2006, 07:33:31 AM »
Hello, this is Alex Goldstein, from Peru, the land of Inkas, Ignorant people, Corruption and Drugs. Nice to meet you.

Ps. *** I love my country !!!
Ps2. I'm not jewish.
Ps3. I was born in Peru, but my grandparents are from Austria and China. What a strange mix I am...
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«Reply #370 on: March 14, 2006, 02:33:01 PM »
lol Alex Do your parents play piano? I think it'll be an ideal thing, Chinese technique and Austrian musicality..... =)

Hello everyone btw =) So glad we're getting members from different corners of the world!
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«Reply #371 on: March 15, 2006, 12:57:40 AM »
lol Alex Do your parents play piano? I think it'll be an ideal thing, Chinese technique and Austrian musicality..... =)

My mother was a concert pianist wen she was 20, but then I was born and she had to stop playing and find a job :-\ :'(. She still plays at home all day long :). My father was a classical guitarrist, but he doesn't play anymore :(, so I'm the only one left to make a succesful carrier as a soloist !! But if I want to become a decent pianist, I'll have to study in another country, that's for sure. If I stay here, I'll end up like my parents. lol

Ps. Nice to meet you again, btw I'm 15. ;D
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«Reply #372 on: March 27, 2006, 05:02:34 AM »
 ;D lol... Hi all!
I'm Maxine from Singapore. ( I wonder if there're any fellow Singaporeans out here? ::) seems like an all american site..lol )
I'm busy teaching 24/7...
I play the piano ( not professionally, i suppose ), the violin ( really really not professionally ) and i sing ( not professionally ). Haha. :)

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«Reply #373 on: March 28, 2006, 07:09:41 PM »
hey! im in the lower part of high school, and go to the Junior RNCM every saturday. i play piano n flute (well i try the flute!) i really want a career in music. see ya round every1 x

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«Reply #374 on: March 30, 2006, 09:39:06 AM »
I'm pretty new here, so ye-ah..  I'll cut to the chase.  I'm 15, living in Australia, Melbourne.  I started piano when I was 5, and loved every moment of my lessons till my teacher died when I was 12.  I then ended up having lessons with my late teacher's close friend and colleague.  He's great (very even handed with his criticism)!  I'm now currently doing my 8th grade AMEB - don't know what it is equivalent to in other countries.  Don't suppose anyone knows?  =)
Have FUn where ever you are,
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«Reply #375 on: April 03, 2006, 12:58:00 AM »
Hi, im gyzzzmo (not really),

I had a teacher when i was 4 years old till 14. After that i taught myself playing piano by especially studying bach and chopin etudes. Currently im working on chopin sonate op 58, finale, chopin prelude no 8 and bach english suite no 3.

Im from holland an im a researcher as profession. now im 24
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«Reply #376 on: April 11, 2006, 10:32:54 PM »
Hi, I'm pretty new too!  I'm Caroline, and I'm from Texas.  I have played piano since I was 5, and have been teaching professionally since I was 18, and in my prime I maintained 50 students a week.  I won many awards at the school I worked at, and now I've moved on to teaching independently.  I am a much better teacher than a performer, so I mainly stick with that and just learning songs I enjoy.  Right now I'm working on a Sonatina just for fun, and the theme to Super Mario Bros.

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«Reply #377 on: April 13, 2006, 11:03:39 AM »
hi, you all smell :P

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«Reply #378 on: April 14, 2006, 05:00:18 AM »
It's better to make your own mistakes than copy someone else's. - Vladimir Horowitz

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«Reply #379 on: April 14, 2006, 05:28:02 AM »
I'm also new to this board (just a couple of posts thus far). I'm what you call a ' semi-late bloomer' to the piano since I'm 34 going on 35 years old. Now for my background, other hobbies and so forth...
I've always loved music since I was little but it wasn't until I was in the teens that I wanted to play an instrument (the guitar). I can do a bit of rhythm guitar but I'm no good at lead, lol. On occasion, I do play and sometimes bring my guitar (Rickenbacker 360/12) and amp to church to play along with the pianist and organist.
As far as my piano playing is concerned, I'm still a beginner and before finding this board, I made, what some may say, an unwise choice in practice material (Hanon stuff).
The stuff I like to play is mainly classical pieces but I do like jazz and some pop (like ABBA). I reside in the central Arkansas area but I'm California native, born in Anaheim,  so please dispense with the bloody Arkie jokes! ;)
The piano that I play on is the Yamaha P-90 stage piano... not a real piano but its close enough for now and it never needs tuning :)
Besides music, I like to mess with computers and take weather photography.
I've said enough... :)

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«Reply #380 on: April 27, 2006, 09:22:40 PM »
Hi!  I never introduced myself before, so I will now.  I live in Southern California, collect penguins, play the piano (mostly for myself and church), teach piano, and am mother of five grown children.  That puts me almost the WAY oldest person on this forum.   

Currently, I am searching for a piano teacher in my area, haven't found one yet.  I need some technical advice, and am trying to improve by myself.  What I wouldn't give to spend an afternoon with Bernhard!  Miles and money make that impossible I am sure.

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«Reply #381 on: April 27, 2006, 09:58:42 PM »
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«Reply #382 on: April 27, 2006, 10:03:08 PM »
Where does Bernhard originate from, and where might I purchase one? Maybe Asda will do a promotion on Bernhards...but Tesco will most probably undercut them like they do.


Oooo, Bernhard in bulk...would make it very cheap :lol:
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«Reply #383 on: April 28, 2006, 12:05:27 AM »
Do you think Bernhard reads this stuff?  He would certainly have a laugh at this one.  He probably needs one with all he reads, teaches, and posts.

Multiple Bernhards, now  Hmmmmmm?

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«Reply #384 on: April 28, 2006, 04:09:04 AM »
penguinlover, do you collect REAl penguins???

That would be really nice.  :)

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«Reply #385 on: April 28, 2006, 05:44:25 PM »
No, but you are right, it would be fun.  I collect all other kinds, my house is full of them.  I live in the desert of California, so penguins wouldn't like it!  I saw real penguins at Sea World, and I even got to touch one.  They just feel like cold birds!

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«Reply #386 on: April 28, 2006, 06:44:52 PM »
No, but you are right, it would be fun.  I collect all other kinds, my house is full of them.  I live in the desert of California, so penguins wouldn't like it!  I saw real penguins at Sea World, and I even got to touch one.  They just feel like cold birds!

Here in Peru, in Paracas, there's a touristic spot named "Las Islas Ballestas". It's like 1km from the beach. It's a place with a lot of gigantic rocks. And if you are lucky enough, you can see Humboldt penguins and Sea Lions standing on them, and jumping to the sea. It's so cool !! I loved it because I could see them in their natural habitat. I couldn't get to touch one, though...

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«Reply #387 on: April 28, 2006, 10:22:23 PM »
Alex,
  I know this is far off topic, but anywho -   One of my life goals is to get to Anartica and see them.  It is nice in the movies (March of the Penguin), but to actually be there would be incredible.  I don't travel much outside the US though.  Not famous.

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«Reply #388 on: April 29, 2006, 04:37:24 AM »
Alex,
  I know this is far off topic, but anywho -   One of my life goals is to get to Anartica and see them.  It is nice in the movies (March of the Penguin), but to actually be there would be incredible.  I don't travel much outside the US though.  Not famous.

I'm ashamed, I haven't seen that movie/documental !!!
I know it won an Oscar, and all those foreign guys came to the stage with their penguin puppets.

And it would be really nice to get to Anctartica and see them.

Best
Alex
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«Reply #389 on: April 30, 2006, 10:45:59 PM »
They weren't puppets.

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«Reply #390 on: May 01, 2006, 03:39:45 AM »
They weren't puppets.

LOL !  ;D
I was talking about the Oscar !!
When they announced that "March of the penguins" won the Oscar, all the directors/producers, who where foreigners, came to the stage with penguin puppets on their hands !!

Cheers
Alex
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«Reply #391 on: May 01, 2006, 04:14:01 AM »
Oh, then your comment makes sense. I didn't watch the Oscars so I didn't know.  Sorry.
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«Reply #392 on: May 16, 2006, 12:16:53 PM »
Hi all, newbie here  ;D

I'm from the UK studying Music at university, other than piano I play, sax, clarinet and flute. SAx is my main one, I am pretty rubbish at piano but ah well I keep trying!
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«Reply #393 on: May 27, 2006, 11:51:31 PM »
I've never introduced myself.  I'm 18, and graduating in a month (Yay!)  I am appplying to the Univesity of Alberta for a B. Mus/ B. Ed combo program (5 years)  I have my piano audition in 3 days and had my saxophone audition earlier this month.  I love piano and I am way better at piano than I am saxophone but I hope I am accepted for Saxophone because I think it would be alot more fun.  I play Baritone saxophone and it is the most gorgeous instruments in the world! It's nickle plated so it's a hemmatite (shinny black/silver) colour.  I love it.  We recently bought a petrof Baby grand and I get it when my mother dies... I get the Upright Yamaha wen I move out, which I hope will be sooner rather than later.  I hope to study abroad in my second year, I wanted to go to Austria (Vienna specifically) to study my music (seemed fitting somehow) but they don't offer it so I'll probably end up in France.

I am incapable of spelling.

I like toast.

And has anyone heard from Bernhard?  He hasn't been on for a while...
Oh no!!!!  He's disappeared again!!!!!

I am currently playing:
Adagissimo from Bach's Cappriccio on the departure of a most beloved brother
Mozart K332 1st movement, I'll work on the second this summer
Debussy's Rêverie, although i'm just polishing it up right now
Grieg concerto has been a casual, ungoing project of mine for a a year or so

That's about it :)
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«Reply #394 on: May 30, 2006, 08:09:05 PM »
    I guess i should also introduce myself, am zheer, am 26,am male, am medium hight, am a amature pianist, i like classical music.

    I dont like doctors, i dont like lawers, i dont like the police, i dont like the government, i dont like martial art, i dont like rap music.


     I like food wine and sports, i also like to go for long walks.

   I have sight read through almost all the classical, early romantic and late romantic piano repertoire.
 Am building a weapon of mass distruction in a secret location and am looking to start world war three. My objective is to destroy planet earth within 30 years. 

      Am looking for a young and attractive lady to help me with my mission on world dominaton and distruction.
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«Reply #395 on: May 30, 2006, 08:32:30 PM »
Wot is you introducing yourself for?

You az been here for years.

I az forwarded your post to President Bliar and the security forces.

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«Reply #396 on: May 30, 2006, 08:59:36 PM »

I az forwarded your post to President Bliar and the security forces.


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Offline pianistimo

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Re: Introduction
«Reply #397 on: June 01, 2006, 05:37:05 PM »
don't bother.  the sun has beat you to it.  with the next years of heat waves and hurricanes and wildfires (and admittedly crazy people running around shooting each other) - we'll be in wonderful condition before 30 years are up.  if we survive the next 3 1/2 years - that would be interesting.  not to mention oil slicks and things like that.

i say - start picking up garbage.  everylittle bit counts.  i pick up gum wrappers, straws, etc.  it's my way of saying - i don't care if the world is falling apart.  i'm going to pick up something and act busy. 

spreading good news is a good thing too.  tell everyone after it gets bad it's going to get really good.  if you believe in 20 virgins - tell the world - but make sure it's something really good.  seriously, though, wouldn't you like a world at peace?

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Re: Introduction
«Reply #398 on: June 01, 2006, 08:10:43 PM »
seriously, though, wouldn't you like a world at peace?

Not really. Wars are interesting.
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Re: Introduction
«Reply #399 on: June 02, 2006, 02:33:21 AM »
Not really. Wars are interesting.

You wouldn't think so if you were in the middle of one.

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