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#1400846 - 03/21/10 07:00 PM Re: March Piano Bar [Re: Rickster]
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Just in case any of you may be bored this evening, you might enjoy this little Tokai demo... Then again, you may not. grin

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jtZ9fvsrbas

The first part of the video is a little grainy but it gets better.

I hope you enjoy it (and, it ain't too boring grin)

Take care,

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#1401134 - 03/22/10 07:45 AM Re: March Piano Bar [Re: Elssa]
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Originally Posted By: Elssa
I'm really enjoying everybody's submissions - so creative and well played! thumb Well, my kitty did it again.. at the end of the song. grin



Elsa, very nice rendition of this song. And the cat hitting the G at the end is classic! Hitting a G at the end and sustaining it a little was just perfect!
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#1401135 - 03/22/10 07:47 AM Re: March Piano Bar [Re: David Ruzicka]
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Originally Posted By: David Ruzicka
Hi everyone,
In case you still didn't watch enough piano videos after all those wonderful submissions in this month, I've recorded two new pieces. And by "new" I mean "hundreds years old".

First one is Christian Petzold's Minuet in G Minor which is sometimes attributed to J.S.Bach. You know which minuet is it - the nice one from the Notebook for Anna Magdalena Bach:

Christian Petzold - Minuet in G Minor (BWV Anh. 115):



David, you did a great job on both of these. You've made amazing progress in just a year and a half!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EAdTR5TlxAo

The second one is Daniel Steibelt's Adagio. BenPiano posted his interpretation of this piece to the Piano bar some time ago and I liked it very much. So much, actually, that I decided to learn this piece too. My piano teacher instructed me to play it much slower so I did but, unfortunately, on the DP it doesn't sound as good as on the acoustic. At least not in this tempo:

Daniel Gottlieb Steibelt - Adagio:



http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vlPFVUJbW0k
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#1401139 - 03/22/10 07:59 AM Re: March Piano Bar [Re: Monica K.]
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Originally Posted By: Monica K.
I just posted this one over on the David Nevue Easy Song thread, so I thought I might as well cross-list it here. I have been enjoying listening to all the submissions to the piano bar this month, and I've enjoyed the poetry-fest just as much. smile

This is "Waiting for the Sun," by Nevue. You can order the sheet music off his website, www.davidnevue.com. I don't know what was going on with the video and glaring light on this one--it must have been unusually sunny the day I recorded it. But since the piece is sun-related, I figured it was okay to leave it full of sunshine. smile



Nice work Monica. And the sunlight hitting you hair was a nice touch! I just happened to play a little on a Mason & Hamlin A on Saturday and it was fantastic. I can see why you like your piano so much.
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#1401153 - 03/22/10 08:56 AM Re: March Piano Bar [Re: Larry Larson]
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Legrand: What are you doing the rest of your life

This theme became a hymn qestion for my returning back to piano in 2008. Indeed, why so many years I wasted without my piano! Now I am 49, but did not finish even 2 grades of musical school since the age of 6.




Alex


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#1401178 - 03/22/10 09:37 AM Re: March Piano Bar [Re: lotal]
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Originally Posted By: lotal
Legrand: What are you doing the rest of your life

This theme became a hymn qestion for my returning back to piano in 2008. Indeed, why so many years I wasted without my piano! Now I am 49, but did not finish even 2 grades of musical school since the age of 6.




Alex
Originally Posted By: lotal
Legrand: What are you doing the rest of your life

This theme became a hymn qestion for my returning back to piano in 2008. Indeed, why so many years I wasted without my piano! Now I am 49, but did not finish even 2 grades of musical school since the age of 6.




Alex


Alex, nice piece and you played it well. Welcome to the forum. Many of us share regrets that we waited so long to get back into piano. For some reason we were not ready until we were ready! You play very well considering you didn't study piano that long. Keep up the good work.
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#1401358 - 03/22/10 02:23 PM Re: March Piano Bar [Re: lotal]
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Beautiful playing, Alex! thumb Was that mostly your own arrangement?

Thanks all for kind comments. smile Yes, my kitty is quite "mewsical"! grin wink

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#1401416 - 03/22/10 03:55 PM Re: March Piano Bar [Re: Elssa]
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Picking up where I left off...there are so many wonderful pieces of music posted this month. My apologies if I've missed anyone, but it's been a pleasure watching/listening to each of you.

AnotherSchmoe - I like all those Final Fantasy pieces you've posted and the last one is the best! A good series of pieces. Chrono Cross is also very good. I'd not ever considered video game music until you brought these out.

Augustina - thanks for posting Ludovico Einaudi - I'd not heard this music until just recently.

Ladypayne - Song is Winter Light...a very pretty melody, well played! America the Beautiful and Ode to Joy were both very well-played. Chopsticks looked like the two of you had a great time with the duet.

Elssa - NY NY was fantastic and your cat has some natural talent there! And we have proof of this twice - with the Stevie Wonder tune. Love your playing.

al-mahed - New Orleans Nightfall and the Bach was very good. Confidence is high there.

Bill - As always, you come up with good music to accommodate your voice with Under the Boardwalk - a terrific rendition.

David - Into the Unknown is very good, The Steibelt Minuet and Petzold Adagio are very-well executed. You have been putting up some excellent pieces of music!

Byron - Humphries Unit 4 - you are doing very well. Keep practicing, playing, and posting.

TLT - That Pete the Bean music (Five Stars) was very well-done, indeed. You do have quite a variety of music under your fingers!

Monica - Very much enjoyed your David Nevue piece, Waiting for the Sun.

Rickster - I enjoyed your "Every Time" music theme. I can hear the smile your voice, such a poet!

Larry B - You make that Bruce Hornsby piece come alive - most excellent - Bravo!! First time I've heard that one.

BenPiano - way to go on the Fragoso Prelude IV. You have a very relaxed way of playing.

Larry Larson - your Tango Memories was fantastic! I like the fact you have an idea or an image in your mind that will not escape you until you've written a piece. You are such a talent!

Rui - Your rendition of kami-sama mou sukoshi dake was wonderful. Please post more music!

John Frank - I like the compare/contrast of JS and WF Bach's G Maj Minuets. Well-done, mate. I suspect you have many more pieces under your fingers to share???

lotal - Alex, I very much enjoy Michele Legrand and you do his music justice. Thank you for sharing such a wonderful piece of music. Welcome to the Piano Bar - keep posting your music!

Glen
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#1401503 - 03/22/10 06:22 PM Re: March Piano Bar [Re: Byron S]
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Byron, very well played! I think you certainly have the notes "under your fingers", and nice and smooth also.
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#1401504 - 03/22/10 06:24 PM Re: March Piano Bar [Re: Rickster]
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Rick, not boring at all. You are a man of MANY talents! Very interesting. (I would never in my life try to fine tune my old piano, I know I'd break a string!)
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#1401506 - 03/22/10 06:29 PM Re: March Piano Bar [Re: lotal]
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lotal - Marvelous arrangement and playing of "What are You Doing.."! Really well done. I too am interested if this is your own arrangement - I enjoyed it immensely!
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#1401541 - 03/22/10 07:31 PM Re: March Piano Bar [Re: BillM]
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Originally Posted By: b528nf7
I'd like to jump on this month's Original Composition bandwagon by reprising a recording I did for one of last year's recitals (the audio and video quality are not very good as this was recorded using my old camera).

You may notice that the music is stolen heavily borrowed from the Muppet's Theme and Billy Joel's Piano Man. The lyrics are semi-original.



Bill, sorry it took me so long to get around to listening to this. I think it's great, and would be a perfect anthem for the bar.
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#1401699 - 03/22/10 11:33 PM Re: March Piano Bar [Re: Larry Larson]
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Benpiano - excellent performance on the Bach piece, and very enjoyable. I always like to watch these videos with close-ups of hands - - it's interesting to see proper fingering because it always looks effortless!

Augustina - your version of Gladiator sounded like a full orchestra! Well done.

Ladypayne - good job, very pretty lullabye!

AnotherSchmoe - beautifully played! Very steady, but with lots of expression. You have really mastered FF!

Al-mahed - you have really captured the joy in that Minuet! Well done.

Elssa - both songs - very enjoyable. Classy descending arpeggios! You always play cool endings, but these were special! Cats always have the last word!


Bill - another excellent performance! That song is new to me but very cool.

TLT - good work on the 5 Stars piece. Very smooth.

Monica - very nicely done. (You can thank me for resisting all temptations to make puns about the bright sunlight.)

Rui - that was beautiful! Your playing is very graceful and melodic.

John Frank - played as usual with your patented enthusiasm and feeling - both pieces! Well done. Also, I like your mini lessons!

Byron - well done. I don't know anything about levels, but I certainly think you are doing well.

Alex - beautiful! Hope you are going to keep playing for the rest of your life!
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#1401717 - 03/23/10 12:01 AM Re: March Piano Bar [Re: Elssa]
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Thank you all for kind and supportive words, which make me wishing to work further and harder on piano mastering.

Originally Posted By: Elssa
Beautiful playing, Alex! thumb Was that mostly your own arrangement?


Originally Posted By: CMohr

lotal - Marvelous arrangement and playing of "What are You Doing.."! Really well done. I too am interested if this is your own arrangement - I enjoyed it immensely!


As for arrangement. I have Bob Mace's midi file of live playing, which I printed out and learned from the score (arbitrary measure positions and all the strange note positions and duruations :)). So, in its base that is Bob's arrangement, although, naturally, I shifted many accents and changed some notes.
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#1401721 - 03/23/10 12:15 AM Re: March Piano Bar [Re: lotal]
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Larry: That was a nice little tune thanks for putting that up
Rui: that was pretty! I enjoyed that thanks
John: That was kind of neat listening to both arrangements
Rick: Very nice! Great job singing and playing as always smile
Elssa: Very nice also!
Byron: That was a nice piece of work. You're doing just fine smile
Ricki: Interesting video!
Lotal: That was a wonderful hymn.Thanks for sharing that smile

I hope I didn't forget anybody but I've enjoyed the piano bar so far this month smile
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#1401753 - 03/23/10 01:49 AM Re: March Piano Bar [Re: TrapperJohn]
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Originally Posted By: AnotherSchmoe
Another FF tune here, sorry I just really enjoy learning these. smile
Final Fantasy VII - Cid's Theme
Final Fantasy VII - Tifa's Theme


Those were great! I really like a lot of the FF music I've heard. I used to play the games, but life got busy. I always thought I'd get back into gaming when life slowed down, but now all of my newly discovered "free" time is mysteriously taken up by something new. Hmmmmm grin

Originally Posted By: John Frank
Here are relatively simple Minuets by each from "Essential Keyboard Repertoire", Vol.1:

Minuet in G Major - J.S. Bach

Minuet in G Major - W.F. Bach

JF


JF, thanks for these. I really love the Baroque period, and always enjoy listening!

Originally Posted By: lotal
Legrand: What are you doing the rest of your life


Lotal, that was beautiful! I can hear now why you wanted to start up again with piano. Looking forward to more.


And thanks again all for your nice comments! I've been diligently preparing for April's bar with an "easy" Beethoven piece and something from Benda.
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#1401842 - 03/23/10 07:11 AM Re: March Piano Bar [Re: Inlanding]
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Originally Posted By: Inlanding

John Frank - I like the compare/contrast of JS and WF Bach's G Maj Minuets. Well-done, mate.

Glen


Thanks Glen...but, mate? At first I thought you had to be from Australia, and then I saw you are from far western Australia (aka, Colorado laugh ).

JF

P.S. Also, thanks to all others for your kind comments.
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#1402558 - 03/24/10 08:15 AM Re: March Piano Bar [Re: (Was)TrueBeginner]
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#1402580 - 03/24/10 09:03 AM Re: March Piano Bar [Re: Larry Larson]
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Sure loved that one Larry.
Also sure wish you also posted with mp3 to download.
Thanks,
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#1402644 - 03/24/10 10:27 AM Re: March Piano Bar [Re: (Was)TrueBeginner]
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#1402693 - 03/24/10 11:25 AM Re: March Piano Bar [Re: Larry Larson]
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Larry,
New in Town and Sultry are fantastic! You have been busy - thanks for those pieces. Great tempo and upbeat style.

Here are a few contributions for the March Piano Bar.

Glen

Cm-Blooze
http://www.box.net/shared/bl7v66o2gu

Love is Here to Stay
http://www.box.net/shared/ld76nlztm9

Folk Piano
http://www.box.net/shared/z5ruu1ovol

Gm Piece
http://www.box.net/shared/b69yr4f9sd

Major Minor
http://www.box.net/shared/dbcriych5g

Bflat-min
http://www.box.net/shared/f2kgd7puiq



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#1402726 - 03/24/10 12:03 PM Re: March Piano Bar [Re: Inlanding]
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Larry... I enjoyed your compositions, as always!! Love your piano!

Inlanding… I like your jazz style! I enjoyed your recordings.

Bill… that was great! You ought to be on TV!! Wait, you are on TV on YT!!

Elsa… your recordings are always great! I’m thinking of purchasing one of your training CD’s!

I’ve enjoyed all the presentations this month!

Take care,

Rick
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#1402743 - 03/24/10 12:43 PM Re: March Piano Bar [Re: Rickster]
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Larry that was very bouncy! I liked it smile
Inlanding: I enjoyed your pieces very much as well!
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#1402911 - 03/24/10 05:15 PM Re: March Piano Bar [Re: ladypayne]
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LARRY-Loved the exotic flavor on "Sultry"! And I really enjoyed the bold chromatic movement on "New in Town".
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#1402914 - 03/24/10 05:22 PM Re: March Piano Bar [Re: CMohr]
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A while back I think it was Monica that posted instructions on how to get the YouTube link to show up with a frame of the video like b528nf7, Ellsa, Monica and RIckster's do instead of just the link. I searched but couldn't find it. Does anyone know where that post is, or maybe just post how to do it? thank you.
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#1402925 - 03/24/10 05:37 PM Re: March Piano Bar [Re: Larry Larson]
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Okay, Larry, Monica is a lot smarter than I am, but I'll try to help you... go to the "full reply screen".... at the top, click on the icon that looks like a small TV screen that says "media tag"... a drop down window will display and one says "you tube video"... click on that and post the web address of the YT video you want to display in the appropriate block. It won't show up as the actual YT video display until you either submit it or click "preview reply".

Hope this helps!

Rick
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#1402947 - 03/24/10 05:59 PM Re: March Piano Bar [Re: Inlanding]
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GLEN - I really enjoy your submissions, nice variety. Amazing variety, actually! The Gm piece - very tasty.
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#1402958 - 03/24/10 06:15 PM Re: March Piano Bar [Re: Larry Larson]
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thank you Rickster, that looks easy enough!
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#1402961 - 03/24/10 06:19 PM Re: March Piano Bar [Re: Inlanding]
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INLANDING-- very nice, I don't know how you do your magic. Cm Blooze was my favorite. It would take me weeks to do what you you do in minutes.
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#1402989 - 03/24/10 06:52 PM Re: March Piano Bar [Re: Loves Pugs Too]
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Originally Posted By: Loves Pugs Too
Sure loved that one Larry.
Also sure wish you also posted with mp3 to download.
Thanks,
Richard


thank you Richard. Here's the MP3 http://www.box.net/shared/6zcz73vdus
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