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#2296287 - 06/28/14 07:51 PM Re: Achievement of the week - what got you excited? [Re: casinitaly]
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Party on, dudes and dudettes attending the European Piano Party.

Week 120: I take a couple of days off, so the piano pace slows even more. I attend the church coffee house. I do not play. Someone sings a song about playing guitar at age 60. He bought himself a beautiful teal and white electric guitar for his big birthday. Another participant is older still and plays the piano effortlessly while singing songs from Duke Ellington, Cole Porter and others. It shows how playing music can keep a person young.
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#2296618 - 06/29/14 03:06 PM Re: Achievement of the week - what got you excited? [Re: casinitaly]
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Wow it's already EPP time! Lots of things seems to have happened while I was busy with my personal stuff. I just got laid off as of last Friday. No worries I'm ok. I am sick of hearing condolences from my work friends. So please don't give it to me, okay! I had to say this because you are bunch of good and kind hearted folks. Financially I got a year worth of separation package and miraculously did not lose unvested portion of the stocks due to rule change. I won't lose medical dental eye insurance until next June. So folks, I will be ok. I wish I could retire but I probably have to have one more job before I completely retire.

Anyway, I'm excited about my new life. I have never been not working. Even in college, I worked full time carrying maximum units. I am in a local chamber music festival in mid July and playing for a master class in September. Also violin boot camp too (lol). If you feel like commenting on this, please wish me good luck. I wish every one very happy year for piano and everything else.


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#2296666 - 06/29/14 05:47 PM Re: Achievement of the week - what got you excited? [Re: casinitaly]
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Farmgirl!!! So glad to see you here!

Thanks for the update and I won't send you condolences but CONGRATULATIONS.

Sounds like you got a great leaving package and you've got some good plans for your future.

I wish you all the best with your endeavours and much happiness with your musical adventures!
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#2296721 - 06/29/14 08:47 PM Re: Achievement of the week - what got you excited? [Re: FarmGirl]
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I am sick of hearing condolences from my work friends. So please don't give it to me, okay! I had to say this because you are bunch of good and kind hearted folks.


It's congratulations then. I started to step back from work after a busy career at 54. Now almost 56 I work a bare minimum and love having all the free time to pursue my hobbies. Now I would have real difficulty if I had to go back to work full time.

I haven't had an AOTW for a while but there has been many mini achievements. One I am really excited about is finding notes on the piano without looking. It's probably no big deal for people who read the score from the start but I have been a memoriser and hand watcher from the start. Now I am doing mini jumps and it just amazes me when my finger lands on the right note 99% of the time. This is proving helpful for a few reasons but the boost to confidence is priceless.
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#2296739 - 06/29/14 09:39 PM Re: Achievement of the week - what got you excited? [Re: earlofmar]
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Little things count. After 10 months of lessons I have had consistent problems lately with my Level 2 Faber pieces playing five note penta-scales (with an accent on note 1 and stacato on note 5) at a higher rate of speed without either skipping a note once in a while (right hand finger 4) or just not playing the notes evenly.

Last week I got a tip from my teacher: roll my wrist from left to right, keep fingers very close to the keys. And RELAX!

These last two days I can play these sections more consistently than I have before now. Hopefully this will "stick".



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#2296767 - 06/29/14 10:53 PM Re: Achievement of the week - what got you excited? [Re: BrianDX]
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Yes, little things like that are accomplishments. Over time, lots of little accomplishments make playing more difficult pieces sound "easy" versus sounding like a struggle.
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#2296778 - 06/29/14 11:25 PM Re: Achievement of the week - what got you excited? [Re: casinitaly]
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Just played as a guest in an ongoing home group. Not well, I'm sorry to say! But it was lovely to be invited and I look forward to the next time.

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#2296844 - 06/30/14 05:24 AM Re: Achievement of the week - what got you excited? [Re: casinitaly]
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Farmgirl, sounds like you are embracing this opportunity. Glad to hear the severance package was good, hope you find real fulfilment with your free time, and that when the time is right for you, you find a suitable next position,

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#2296884 - 06/30/14 08:43 AM Re: Achievement of the week - what got you excited? [Re: barbaram]
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Tararex and Ragdoll - great that you have found teachers. I'm trying to work out what to do when my teacher emigrates shortly. It's difficult for me to commit to a set time every week. My current teacher is unusually flexible, I'm not sure I'll manage to find another like that!


Thanks barbaram, sorry I haven't answered sooner... obsessed with the new lessons/practice grin

It's a great relief to be back to a regular schedule of lessons and focused practice. I can't believe how long it can take to find a right fit, re: a good teacher.
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#2296885 - 06/30/14 08:51 AM Re: Achievement of the week - what got you excited? [Re: JimF]
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Nice to hear you both found teachers that look like keepers. My teacher recently took a few weeks off for vacation...left me lost on a fingering issue that came up. It sure is nice to have that trusted mentor you can turn to whenever there are questions.


Thanks Jim, I have found it a great relief to get back my mojo. I was getting very lazy; even though I played daily I was totally unfocused and just more or less noodled around with things I knew already how to play mostly. frown
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#2296895 - 06/30/14 09:19 AM Re: Achievement of the week - what got you excited? [Re: FarmGirl]
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Congrats FarmGirl! wink
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#2296917 - 06/30/14 10:41 AM Re: Achievement of the week - what got you excited? [Re: aTallGuyNH]
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Farmgirl - it is great to here from you! It sounds like your music world continues with lots of playing opportunities. On the work front, I am sure will find opportunity in this unexpected change!

Casinitaly, Greener, torquenale, and Carlos- See you in Lisbon soon!!!
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#2296922 - 06/30/14 10:51 AM Re: Achievement of the week - what got you excited? [Re: casinitaly]
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I'll have to join the "congrats to Farmgirl" contingent here. It's great to not have to work full-time, and you'll love it! I live pretty frugally, and retirement won't be much different than now, so essentially I've been semi-retired for the last 25 years. But SwissMS is right - there'll be all sorts of opportunity in this, and whatever happens will be silver-lining.

Cathy
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#2296944 - 06/30/14 11:49 AM Re: Achievement of the week - what got you excited? [Re: casinitaly]
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Thanks everyone for congrats and warm regards. It means a lot to me. As Cathy mentioned above I am amazed how frugally one can live. I started cooking rather than buying processed food since I have time now. Then I lost 5Lb without doing any exercise. It's nice to have time. I'm rediscovering stuff I liked when I was younger, cooking, baking, reading and doing all sorts of stuff with my dogs.

Music life is full. Busy with prepping for chamber music performance. I am practicing one of the chamber piece with my oboe player friend tomorrow and separately practicing piano duet with Olly my duet partner. I chose my Schubert piece for the master class. I'm excited to play in front of a college professor and internationally renown pianist. This is an annual special event hosted by our local piano club. I am the least skilled of the three performers. I think that's why they asked me. I provide a variety. Two others are playing Chopin sonata no 2 and Brahms 76-2 respectively. It's in Sept. So I will post practice recording to member recording area in August. Phew. Sorry for the long post.
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#2297017 - 06/30/14 04:34 PM Re: Achievement of the week - what got you excited? [Re: FarmGirl]
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Hi Farmgirl,

grin Nice to see your lazy personality on display wink ......community college classes, regular teacher class, monthly piano group, monthly chamber group, recitals for both organizations, on-line recitals...oh, and now a master class?

Somehow I doubt you will ever lack for things to do with your time.

Happy to see you back at ABF again. What did you choose for the short piece you were looking for a while ago?

Jim
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#2297094 - 06/30/14 09:30 PM Re: Achievement of the week - what got you excited? [Re: malkin]
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Who remembers Shel Silverstein's Melinda Mae?

Ah yes, an object lesson in stubborn and self-defeating stick-to-itiveness!

I love Shel's ability to simultaneously entertain, lampoon, and teach children. His works are just as relevant and beloved by my kids as they were by me when they were first published. Dr. Seuss, Maurice Sendak & C.S. Lewis fit that category for kids, JK Rowling will likely join their company once a generation has passed, but it's a pretty small club. I suspect Shel isn't nearly as popular with those under 30 or so, but mostly due to lack of movie tie-ins and other marketing gimmicks, which is a shame.
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#2297277 - 07/01/14 10:51 AM Re: Achievement of the week - what got you excited? [Re: casinitaly]
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Congratulations Farmgirl!

My AOTW is actually achievement of the month, I survived several extra busy weeks and starting today I'm officially on vacation. I don't work on July and August (it's a form of part-time my employer gives me), so June is usually a crazy month and this year has been even worse.
Yesterday evening I listened to the last 10 pieces of May ABF Recital, I was really late and I did not to want to miss anything.

Today I started to feel excited because in two days I'm flying to Lisbon with the family, to join EPP. The first participant is already there!
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#2297375 - 07/01/14 03:39 PM Re: Achievement of the week - what got you excited? [Re: casinitaly]
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My ATOW remains simply fulfilling MOYD.

In about 36 hours we'll be heading to the airport for the EPP - looks like we're on the same flight as Torquenale!
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#2297386 - 07/01/14 04:04 PM Re: Achievement of the week - what got you excited? [Re: casinitaly]
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I completed a blues song for my teacher and he loved it!! All the changes he suggested i agreed with and he explained why they needed to change instead of just telling me to change them. it was a fun assignment.
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#2297438 - 07/01/14 07:20 PM Re: Achievement of the week - what got you excited? [Re: casinitaly]
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Same flight! How cool is that?!
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#2297575 - 07/02/14 02:53 AM Re: Achievement of the week - what got you excited? [Re: JimF]
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Originally Posted By: JimF
Hi Farmgirl,

grin Nice to see your lazy personality on display wink ......community college classes, regular teacher class, monthly piano group, monthly chamber group, recitals for both organizations, on-line recitals...oh, and now a master class?

Somehow I doubt you will ever lack for things to do with your time.

Happy to see you back at ABF again. What did you choose for the short piece you were looking for a while ago?

Jim


Let's see.. short pieces. I bought a book that contains Alkan's miniature pieces and Scribian's Op 11 book. I will start playing them 2 short pieces at a time. Got a few Ravel pieces too. I also fell in love with MomPou pieces too. I think it will give me plenty of music for our monthly piano club meetings. Thanks for remembering.
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#2297581 - 07/02/14 03:17 AM Re: Achievement of the week - what got you excited? [Re: casinitaly]
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Not really achievement but I write it anyway...
One of my chamber music piece by Devienne had 6/8 time signature with Presto mark. Presto is like 160, so I thought it would be applied to 8th notes. Wrong. The score shows that actually each measure consists of two beats of dotted quarter note... Yes, it means that I have to play it 3 times faster. When my teacher told me this, I gasped for air. All the sudden, this easy piece turned into a difficult piece. I only have 2 weeks to get it up to speed. My teacher said it is doable but I have to dedicate every waking minute for playing the piece. Then I will be ready on the eve of the performance. Seriously? I listened to the spotify only to find out she was absolutely right. The piece goes like tarantula. Frigging fast. I won't be posting much until this thing is over on 7/20.
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#2297626 - 07/02/14 08:02 AM Re: Achievement of the week - what got you excited? [Re: casinitaly]
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Well after the piano party for my teacher's adult students I've come home with a new assignment list. Back to scales and a touch of Hanon to work on speed. Another Grieg...Nocturnno. She wants me to master 3s against 2s. I quote "if you want to play Debussy, this skill is a must". I'm back at the middle pages of the Beethoven sonata 14#1 (EM) wanting to at least have the whole thing under my fingers for performance ready someday. Some Schumann...cradle song which is not hard if you don't try to do it just right. And a Chopin mazurka that I hoped she'd forgotten that I never completed but she has a memory like a steel trap. And then all those I play just for fun.

My big achievement however was taking half a morning and resorting and organizing my piano music. I keep on shelves in magazine files so it is upright and easy to find. Had to go buy 8 new files from Office Max to get the job done. To think I've played from most of those books makes me feel like I have made progress over the years.
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#2297633 - 07/02/14 08:28 AM Re: Achievement of the week - what got you excited? [Re: casinitaly]
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@Farmgirl, I looked up the Devienne piece and love it. Hope you'll be able to make it.
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#2297702 - 07/02/14 12:33 PM Re: Achievement of the week - what got you excited? [Re: WiseBuff]
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Well after the piano party for my teacher's adult students I've come home with a new assignment list. Back to scales and a touch of Hanon to work on speed. Another Grieg...Nocturnno. She wants me to master 3s against 2s. I quote "if you want to play Debussy, this skill is a must". I'm back at the middle pages of the Beethoven sonata 14#1 (EM) wanting to at least have the whole thing under my fingers for performance ready someday. Some Schumann...cradle song which is not hard if you don't try to do it just right. And a Chopin mazurka that I hoped she'd forgotten that I never completed but she has a memory like a steel trap. And then all those I play just for fun.

My big achievement however was taking half a morning and resorting and organizing my piano music. I keep on shelves in magazine files so it is upright and easy to find. Had to go buy 8 new files from Office Max to get the job done. To think I've played from most of those books makes me feel like I have made progress over the years.


I love the nocturnno. It's an incredibly beautiful piece. Your effort will be rewarded by three times. Enjoy the trills.
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#2298653 - 07/04/14 03:43 PM Re: Achievement of the week - what got you excited? [Re: casinitaly]
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FarmGirl: Wow, what a fantastic separation package! You're going to have a great time - at least until that next job turns up. Baking supplies have also dominated my shopping the past few weeks. Something about carefully metered weights and measurements is comforting when there's no daily pile of documents or decisions at hand.

earlofmar: Considering its difficulty level is much higher than expected by most, I think finding notes without looking is an often understated achievement.

Ragdoll: Obsession. It's a good thing. I'm doing the same here. After so many months of aimless wandering having real direction feels just wonderful doesn't it?

No real AOTW for me. My second real lesson last week consisted of more basic scales/arpeggios and essentially learning how to press D4 with correct relaxation, rotation, touch and timing. Focus is technique - Bach Musette in D - which I can smash out at any tempo without problem is vexing now that I'm in technique kindergarten. Learning how to really LISTEN for mistakes. Also picked up a simple Corelli Sarabande this week to work on left hand/right hand timing.

I've decided to move from 30 to 45 minutes a week - I did not realize how much information is exchanged in a piano lesson.
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#2298694 - 07/04/14 05:33 PM Re: Achievement of the week - what got you excited? [Re: casinitaly]
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I was really encouraged to get nice feedback on my little exam. It is watered down (no sightreading) and the examiner was generous, but anyway.

I have also found myself a lovely piece of Scarlatti -- quite possibly the easiest of them all. My mother used to play Scarlatti and I miss him.

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#2298775 - 07/05/14 12:08 AM Re: Achievement of the week - what got you excited? [Re: casinitaly]
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I have been taking lessons for 5-6 months. I had my first recital where I played Minuet in G major (bach) and Minuet en rondeau (Rameau).

Nailed it.

My teacher said she received a lot of compliments on my playing, which is always nice to hear.

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#2299026 - 07/05/14 10:21 PM Re: Achievement of the week - what got you excited? [Re: SigFigs]
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Nailed it.


Congrats. Great feeling, eh?
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#2299192 - 07/06/14 04:05 PM Re: Achievement of the week - what got you excited? [Re: casinitaly]
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I am enjoying the reports and pictures from the EPP in Lisbon. What a great thing.

Welcome to the thread SigFigs.

Week 121: my piano week is light on practice as I start transcribing my original piece Pixie Dust. I am getting better with MuseScore and Midi input, but still find it clumsy at times. So far I have spent about four hours on the transcription and it is about half way to where it will be eventually.
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