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#1827154 - 01/18/12 01:56 PM Re: ABF Recital less than a month away! [Re: MaryBee]
CMohr Offline

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HAPPY BIRTHDAY, SAM!

We'll all celebrate for you!

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#1827219 - 01/18/12 03:16 PM Re: ABF Recital less than a month away! [Re: casinitaly]
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Originally Posted By: casinitaly
........by the way Mr. Super-Hunky, sweetie.....have you forgotten something (again? ...still?)...sigh




That's it sweet lips. That's it. I've had enough of the constant nagging, never ending bickering, always demanding more.

I'm gonna put an end to this nonsense once and for all.

You want a tearjerker?, you want sappy? You want over the top emotions? Well you're gonna get it. No turning back now. I've got to start practicing dramatic pauses, delicate fingering and all kinds of gooshy stuff because I'm not holding anything back.

Goosebumps so pronounced you could strip paint from furniture just rubbing your leg against it.

Emotions so overwhelming you'll get all choked up and won't be able to speak (like you swallowed a billiard ball).

You've been warned as.......

Enyas coming!!


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#1827231 - 01/18/12 03:24 PM Re: ABF Recital less than a month away! [Re: BeccaBb]
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Originally Posted By: BeccaBb


I also find the red dot to be evil. Soon as it turns on it sucks all the breath from me! grin


I have that very same reaction to Angelina Jolie laugh

Actually, the red dot is grossly misunderstood, wrongly maligned and unfairly castigated - while seemingly highly improbable now (and perhaps subject to much derision here), someday it will receive the warm affection and heartfelt gratitude it so richly deserves for it's vital, although indirect, role in the development of advanced pianistic skills and in the enrichment of personal character traits such as confidence and self-assurance.

Think of it as a rough and gruff drill instructor exercising "tough love" for your own ultimate good. Is that thinkable?

Trap


Currently working on: 3,000 posts


Edited by TrapperJohn (01/18/12 03:26 PM)
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#1827328 - 01/18/12 05:27 PM Re: ABF Recital less than a month away! [Re: Mr Super-Hunky]
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Originally Posted By: mr_super-hunky
Originally Posted By: casinitaly
........by the way Mr. Super-Hunky, sweetie.....have you forgotten something (again? ...still?)...sigh




That's it sweet lips. That's it. I've had enough of the constant nagging, never ending bickering, always demanding more.

I'm gonna put an end to this nonsense once and for all.

You want a tearjerker?, you want sappy? You want over the top emotions? Well you're gonna get it. No turning back now. I've got to start practicing dramatic pauses, delicate fingering and all kinds of gooshy stuff because I'm not holding anything back.

Goosebumps so pronounced you could strip paint from furniture just rubbing your leg against it.

Emotions so overwhelming you'll get all choked up and won't be able to speak (like you swallowed a billiard ball).

You've been warned as.......

Enyas coming!!



Nagging? Bickering? Demanding? I'm crushed. Deflated. Deeply saddened. A fella promises, so a gal waits. Days, which turn into weeks, then months.... goodness, maybe even a year? I've lost track - never whining, just little gentle reminders, softly spoken questions and then to have this abuse thrown at me....(Director's cue: Raises the back of her hand to her brow, eyes downcast, head turned slightly to the right)

I'm so sorry you've reacted this way my dear Mr. Super-Hunky.....I think, (sniff) that maybe this is ....(sniff, sniff, searches for a dainty monogramed hankie, delicately dabs eyes)..this is the e--...no. I can't bring myself to say it.

Ah, you've achieved the tear jerking without tinkling the ivories!

(more sniffles, exits stage left)
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#1827335 - 01/18/12 05:31 PM Re: ABF Recital less than a month away! [Re: Sam S]
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Oh man... "sweetie"? "Sweetlips"? I think you may have to take this to another room.... laugh


Edited by Peyton (01/18/12 05:54 PM)
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#1827502 - 01/18/12 10:04 PM Re: ABF Recital less than a month away! [Re: Sam S]
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I hope I can participate, I am trying to finish the final parts of a Mozart piece right now but Im worried It wont be perfect enough for the recital. Especially the Presto parts which can be a swing or a miss :|

I can see myself in the music building recording myself over and over trying to find that "decent enough" performance.

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#1827527 - 01/18/12 10:58 PM Re: ABF Recital less than a month away! [Re: BrokenChord]
Mr Super-Hunky Offline
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Originally Posted By: BrokenChord
I can see myself in the music building recording myself over and over trying to find that "decent enough" performance.


We need a recital *bloopers* thread. UN-edited, preferably on video.

This would be cheap entertainment at its best.

We could call it "The flying Zoom chronicles" or better yet, "ABF performers gone wild"...a.k.a "When recital participants attack".

Just a thought. It would be histerical to watch.

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#1827540 - 01/18/12 11:28 PM Re: ABF Recital less than a month away! [Re: Sam S]
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Yes it would be fun (at least based on my experinces and me talking to the Camera!)
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#1827580 - 01/19/12 01:17 AM Re: ABF Recital less than a month away! [Re: Sam S]
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And now it's CMohr's turn - happy birthday! What a thread, serial birthdays!

Cathy
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#1827598 - 01/19/12 02:04 AM Re: ABF Recital less than a month away! [Re: Mr Super-Hunky]
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Originally Posted By: mr_super-hunky

We need a recital *bloopers* thread. UN-edited, preferably on video.

This would be cheap entertainment at its best.

We could call it "The flying Zoom chronicles" or better yet, "ABF performers gone wild"...a.k.a "When recital participants attack".

Just a thought. It would be histerical to watch.




YES!! I've found myself smacking the piano or making strange noises of frustration. A highlight reel of our collective frustrations would be just EPIC!!
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#1827631 - 01/19/12 05:12 AM Re: ABF Recital less than a month away! [Re: CMohr]
Sam S Offline
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HAPPY BIRTHDAY, CMohr!

What's with all these January birthdays?

Sam

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#1827632 - 01/19/12 05:13 AM Re: ABF Recital less than a month away! [Re: Sam S]
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My birthday is on the 30th of January. I'm gonna be 23!! (SO OLD!!!)
Happy almost birthday to me smile
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#1827635 - 01/19/12 05:14 AM Re: ABF Recital less than a month away! [Re: Sam S]
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Originally Posted By: Sam S

HAPPY BIRTHDAY, CMohr!

What's with all these January birthdays?

Sam


What a lot of celebrations!

Wishing you a very happy day CMohr!
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#1827637 - 01/19/12 05:18 AM Re: ABF Recital less than a month away! [Re: Sam S]
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Happy birthday CMohr!

Have a nice day!
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#1827661 - 01/19/12 07:15 AM Re: ABF Recital less than a month away! [Re: Mr Super-Hunky]
Peyton Offline
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Originally Posted By: mr_super-hunky
Originally Posted By: BrokenChord
I can see myself in the music building recording myself over and over trying to find that "decent enough" performance.


We need a recital *bloopers* thread. UN-edited, preferably on video.

This would be cheap entertainment at its best.

We could call it "The flying Zoom chronicles" or better yet, "ABF performers gone wild"...a.k.a "When recital participants attack".

Just a thought. It would be histerical to watch.



I think you are on to someting.
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#1827676 - 01/19/12 07:46 AM Re: ABF Recital less than a month away! [Re: Sam Rose]
Sam S Offline
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Originally Posted By: Sam Rose
My birthday is on the 30th of January. I'm gonna be 23!! (SO OLD!!!)
Happy almost birthday to me smile


I have clothes older than you - that I still wear...

Sam

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#1827708 - 01/19/12 08:51 AM Re: ABF Recital less than a month away! [Re: Sam S]
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Originally Posted By: Sam S
Originally Posted By: Sam Rose
My birthday is on the 30th of January. I'm gonna be 23!! (SO OLD!!!)
Happy almost birthday to me smile


I have clothes older than you - that I still wear...

Sam

hmmm.....me too. Of course that could just mean that we bought top quality at the beginning of highschool and it still all fits...right. Nobody is going to buy into that, are they?
Ah well, better older than...the alternative!
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#1827843 - 01/19/12 01:00 PM Re: ABF Recital less than a month away! [Re: Sam S]
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Wow, thanks everybody! I'm going to spend part of my day working on my tune for the recital. Then, party all week! laugh


Originally Posted By: Sam S
Originally Posted By: Sam Rose
My birthday is on the 30th of January. I'm gonna be 23!! (SO OLD!!!)
Happy almost birthday to me smile


I have clothes older than you - that I still wear...

Sam


Same here!
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#1827938 - 01/19/12 02:37 PM Re: ABF Recital less than a month away! [Re: Sam S]
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Yes, party hearty, CMohr, and keep playing those beautiful tunes you enjoy that we get to enjoy!

A very Happy Birthday to you!

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#1828138 - 01/19/12 08:19 PM Re: ABF Recital less than a month away! [Re: Sam S]
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I don't think I'll have anything ready until this coming Fall, but I'll be listening!
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#1828173 - 01/19/12 09:18 PM Re: ABF Recital less than a month away! [Re: Sam S]
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Originally Posted By: Sam S

HAPPY BIRTHDAY, CMohr!

What's with all these January birthdays?

Sam
All of us January babies were just being "fashionably late" for the New Years Eve parties. I just had my day 2 weeks ago. cool
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#1828210 - 01/19/12 10:09 PM Re: ABF Recital less than a month away! [Re: Sam S]
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HAPPY BELATED LBE! The January b-days are kind of highjacking this thread. grin We all hope to "see" you in the recital! You've already got some really good tunes ready!
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#1828266 - 01/20/12 12:16 AM Re: ABF Recital less than a month away! [Re: Sam S]
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Happy birthday Little Blue Engine smile I'll have to admit I've quoted your sig line more than once laugh I love your whole 'tude.

Cathy
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#1828332 - 01/20/12 07:20 AM Re: ABF Recital less than a month away! [Re: Sam S]
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Nothing like a little pressure to make one finish something. Or kind of finish. I've been working on a NONUMENTAL (rather than monumental) original that I call "Coffee For Breakfast". I started it last recital when I realized after watching my video of the last recital that I've started grinding my teeth as I play. I've also noticed that I'm doing about three cups of coffee (at least) and not eating breakfast. Thus.... the title. I've also noticed that when I've got an original I'm trying to write/play that all other music seems to go down the drain. So I think this will be the last for a while.

And... happy birthday everyone!!! Except for all of you not having a birthday.


Off for more coffee!!
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#1828378 - 01/20/12 10:10 AM Re: ABF Recital less than a month away! [Re: Sam S]
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Happy Birthday all you January Babes! smile
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#1828600 - 01/20/12 04:07 PM Re: ABF Recital less than a month away! [Re: Sam S]
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Happy birthday, January babies!
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#1828670 - 01/20/12 06:22 PM Re: ABF Recital less than a month away! [Re: Sam S]
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Thank you CMohr & jotur & everybody else. I have a day off work with the house completely to myself (aside fron the dogs) coming up next week so I expect to do some recording and get an idea of what I'll likely be submitting. I think its cool that my sig line has been quoted! Sometimes when I read it I kind of chuckle to myself and think of screwdrivers, starter fluid and cotton candy. The screrwdriver & starter fluid go together, the cotton candy was a completely separate incident. whome Nobody was harmed, I swear.
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#1828871 - 01/21/12 06:28 AM Re: ABF Recital less than a month away! [Re: Peyton]
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Originally Posted By: Peyton
...I've been working on a NONUMENTAL (rather than monumental) original that I call "Coffee For Breakfast". I started it last recital when I realized after watching my video of the last recital that I've started grinding my teeth as I play. I've also noticed that I'm doing about three cups of coffee (at least) and not eating breakfast. Thus.... the title.


Off for more coffee!!


May I recommend tea instead? Specifically, English Breakfast Tea - less caffeine and more anti-oxidants - and goes better with a tasty blueberry muffin - there is also the claim (made so far mostly by me) that it stimulates the creative centers of the brain and makes the motor-reflex responses of the fingers more nimble (although this theory is still awaiting scientific verification smile ).

Trap
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#1828892 - 01/21/12 08:07 AM Re: ABF Recital less than a month away! [Re: TrapperJohn]
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Originally Posted By: TrapperJohn


May I recommend tea instead? Specifically, English Breakfast Tea - less caffeine and more anti-oxidants - and goes better with a tasty blueberry muffin - there is also the claim (made so far mostly by me) that it stimulates the creative centers of the brain and makes the motor-reflex responses of the fingers more nimble (although this theory is still awaiting scientific verification smile ).

Trap


But "Tea For Breakfast" sounds so... well, lame. Like some old vasaline on the lens tear jerker hollywood flick. My new nonumental piece starts slow but builds to a frenetic, caffeine induced, throw the metronome away, finger tiring, teeth gnashing dash to the coffee pot. My theory is that there are tunes and melodies lying trapped out there just waiting to be released and exposed to the world. Would tea have released this piece?? I think not! With tea and muffins (even blueberry muffins) I would probably have started off with some pipe smoking, legs crossed, eyes dreamily on the ceiling melody that would have slowly digressed into a warm tub bath 40bpm nocturne with my head ending up lying on the keys in a dead snore. Where's the drama in that? No... coffee is the Franz Liszt of piano drinks. It gives you the power, the drive, the stamina to pull,to pry that yelling and screaming, that cringing, hiding secret melody out into the light of ever exposing day. No my friend... no tea for me. For I verily say...it is better to fail at doing something you love than to succeed at something you hate! And I'll be damned if I'm going to fail with a belly full of tea!! No, if I go down it will be with strongest expresso roast I can get my hands on.

Long live the expresso coffee pot!!! Three cheers for the triple shot cappuccino!! Hooorraay! Hooorrraayy! Hooorrrraaayyy!
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#1828947 - 01/21/12 10:52 AM Re: ABF Recital less than a month away! [Re: Peyton]
TrapperJohn Offline
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Originally Posted By: Peyton




... coffee is the Franz Liszt of piano drinks. It gives you the power, the drive, the stamina to pull,to pry that yelling and screaming, that cringing, hiding secret melody out into the light of ever exposing day.

My theory is that there are tunes and melodies lying trapped out there just waiting to be released and exposed to the world. Would tea have released this piece?? I think not!

No my friend... no tea for me.


But, you must know that tea was the favored drink of the genius Mozart (at least in the morning), a habit he picked up from his early years touring as a child prodigy in England (with his pushy, fortune hunting father) - and look at what it did for him! Please note that it is beyond question that nobody ever created music more spontaneously or rapidly or magnificently than Wolfgang - and we may safely assume to a large degree due to his consumption of this magical elixir.

Handel and Haydn spent much time also in England and imbibed large quantities of the same composition-inspring, ultra healthful, manly beverage. Need I say more?

I believe we may well profit from their brilliant and undeniable examples!

Trap

Spot of tea anyone? smile
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