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#1271568 - 09/20/09 01:04 PM Just once, I wish I had a student like this....
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#1271605 - 09/20/09 02:17 PM Re: Just once, I wish I had a student like this.... [Re: BSP]
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Bev,

This is cracking me up!

I wonder if he can turn the instrument on by himself?

I can't imagine living any where near him. I wouldn't survive it.

Handsome animal.

Betty

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#1271634 - 09/20/09 03:31 PM Re: Just once, I wish I had a student like this.... [Re: Betty Patnude]
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Hey Betty, what a letdown, I was expecting a long post about fingerings and scales.

No,no, just kidding, a friendly poke!

Next up, a post by Keyboardklutz, criticizing Fido's posture!

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#1271684 - 09/20/09 05:08 PM Re: Just once, I wish I had a student like this.... [Re: landorrano]
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Isn't he cute? Sometimes, when I need cheering up, I watch the video. smile

BevP

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#1271693 - 09/20/09 05:25 PM Re: Just once, I wish I had a student like this.... [Re: BSP]
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Best thing I've seen on PW in awhile!
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#1271695 - 09/20/09 05:27 PM Re: Just once, I wish I had a student like this.... [Re: Jeff Clef]
Betty Patnude Offline
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He, He, He. I'm enjoying reading the postings.

The dog certainly adds some element of laughter here.

And, we know we need that more often than we get!

I actually came back to get the link to share with others.

Betty

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#1271707 - 09/20/09 05:46 PM Re: Just once, I wish I had a student like this.... [Re: Betty Patnude]
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Loc: Beautiful San Diego, CA
Great video Bev! Here's one of my students.



I told him he could just play what he felt and he obliged!!
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#1271926 - 09/21/09 04:15 AM Re: Just once, I wish I had a student like this.... [Re: eweiss]
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Was that by John Cage?

Great effort, and from memory too!

I would like to hear his Bach. grin
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#1271936 - 09/21/09 05:00 AM Re: Just once, I wish I had a student like this.... [Re: Chris H.]
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I think that Gyro will notice that eweiss' student has been had and has wasted his money on a "real piano" and plays like his (her?) teacher told him.

Whereas Bev's student shows an artistic bent: he has a digital, and has found the fingering that corresponds to his own special morphology.

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#1271999 - 09/21/09 09:21 AM Re: Just once, I wish I had a student like this.... [Re: landorrano]
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Ouch, landorrano.

I think the second dog was trying to sing in tune lol! Very cute stuff laugh
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#1272252 - 09/21/09 05:57 PM Re: Just once, I wish I had a student like this.... [Re: Morodiene]
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LOL, eweiss! Thanks for posting it..I can't believe how high the dog howled. What pitch is that?
I agree with Morodiene that the dog was trying to sing in tune. How cute!!

I have a dog and she is uninterested in the piano.. I've been trying to teach her to howl/sing, but I don't think she really is able to at this point. Darn.. what a shame..

My OP was about the topic of having a dog sing and play the keyboards, but here are 2 videos that crack me up, because the dogs are howling in response to musical stimuli!!

enjoy..
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fa6tXjPfWK0

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U1R56ZdTTh8

smile

I hope this isn't too OT.

BevP

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#1272424 - 09/22/09 12:38 AM Re: Just once, I wish I had a student like this.... [Re: BSP]
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Must be very ruff on the finish!
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