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#984355 - 05/28/06 12:28 PM Re: OT, Tell us about yourself
IrishMak Offline
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 Quote:
Originally posted by Opus45:
Mak,

Have you had time to read all the new posts? [/b]
Well, obviously I'm a bit behind, but I think I've caught up. Was there something specific?
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#984356 - 05/28/06 01:38 PM Re: OT, Tell us about yourself
Opus45 Offline
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Mak, don't you remember? I posted that a few days ago when you, Euan, and I were bumping posts up in order to sink that vulgar post from that vile troll.

[actaully, I haven't read these in a long time...should "catch up" someday.]
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#984357 - 05/28/06 02:00 PM Re: OT, Tell us about yourself
IrishMak Offline
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 Quote:
Originally posted by Opus45:
Mak, don't you remember? I posted that a few days ago when you, Euan, and I were bumping posts up in order to sink that vulgar post from that vile troll.

[actaully, I haven't read these in a long time...should "catch up" someday.] [/b]
NOW I do! LOL Poor brain- 'tis a bit fuzzy these days.
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#984358 - 05/28/06 03:44 PM Re: OT, Tell us about yourself
Bill_G Offline
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Registered: 05/19/06
Posts: 28
Loc: Iowa
What kind of music do I like to play? Uh, I don't know yet. I have absolutely no experience. In fact, a salesperson showed me where middle C was. I am starting from scratch. I think I'll go the route of finding a teacher and keep visiting this site to keep me motivated to practice, practice, practice.

I have listened to many of the piano recitals posted here and have enjoyed them all very, very much. It' nice to hear the efforts of beginners and the more advanced players, too. I am so impressed with how well all of you play.

My wife doesn't like cast iron because it's too heavy, but she likes the results. By using cast iron, I get to do more of the cooking, otherwise, she's trying to take over. I have started collecting some beautiful stainless steel cookware (Viking) and have enjoyed learning to cook with stainless and trying to keep them looking new. I am so envious of your JennAir, Bob. I have a white glass-top Amana stove. Interestingly enough, I've not scratched or damaged it with my cast iron.

With my first ever piano being delivered on Friday, I'm working like crazy painting walls and moving furniture around. I had no idea our china hutch could hold so much stuff, but it had to be unloaded in order to move it. So far, no finger injuries.

Bill

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#984359 - 05/28/06 09:25 PM Re: OT, Tell us about yourself
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Welcome, pumucky and Bill_G! Glad to see you both on board. And congratulations on your new piano, Bill.

I do all the cooking in my household, but I am so untutored in it I don't even know the difference between stainless steel and nonstick. My 10 year old daughter decided to become vegetarian two months ago (and appears to be sticking with it), so that is stretching my cooking skills (or lack thereof) even further.
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#984360 - 06/19/06 10:57 PM Re: OT, Tell us about yourself
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Bump

Just to keep it alive
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#984361 - 06/21/06 02:36 AM Re: OT, Tell us about yourself
born2die Offline
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Registered: 05/27/06
Posts: 90
Loc: midlands uk
Hi I thought I would share a little of my journey so far.

I started playing keyboards when I was about 8 yo and self tought myself to read music I plodded on like this for 10 years on the way ataing lowly grades of 3 on the organ and up to 6 on keyboards and grade 7 on electric/jazz piano. I then started playing for my local church etc and without proper care bieng a teenager etc blew myself out and gave up playing for a number of years.

But afer seeing one of my always wanted one of those/ you dont see many of them keyboards on evil bay going cheap I bought it. Ok its got all the bells and whistles and thought ok now what \:\)

I rashley tried the keyboard style but stangely found myself better at the piano \:D bit of a change around so now i am batrying to convince my other half that a didgital piano and said keyboard would look just great in our lounge.

As a subnote I have found that in the 2 months since I took up playing that I am back to where I once was if not a bit better my span has improved the only let down is building up strength and dexterity again as I suffer from having shoved my little finger metacarple back a good inch about 10 years ago.

Thanks for reading a I look forward to becoming a regular here as I am now gravitating towards classical pieces theat require a different style of playing and harder pices that will push me on and as buget is tight I cant afford lessons so if i post some lame questions just tell me and I will shut up.

Thanks

tris \:D
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#984362 - 06/21/06 08:39 AM Re: OT, Tell us about yourself
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Registered: 05/23/06
Posts: 132
Loc: south central IL
I'm kind of a newbie here - andI guess I don't officially 'belong' since I'm not an adult beginner, but I love to teach adults and check in here to see piano and lessons from the perspective of the adult student, their frustrations and their joys. I've been playing the piano since 2nd grade (I'm 46 now)and teaching for 15 years. My fellow teacher and I have a website web page where you can get a glimpse of our studios, students, and ourselves.
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#984363 - 06/21/06 10:39 AM Re: OT, Tell us about yourself
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Welcome, born2die! Please don't worry at all about questions, "lame" or otherwise. I guarantee you that whatever question you can come up with, at least one or two other people reading the forum will be wondering the same thing and will be glad that you asked it.

And welcome to you, too, CindyB. And sure you belong here! We need somebody who can answer born2die's questions, after all! \:D
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#984364 - 06/21/06 04:32 PM Re: OT, Tell us about yourself
Frank_W Offline
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Registered: 05/10/06
Posts: 1047
Loc: United States
Welcome, Born2Die! And welcome back to the keys! \:\)
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#984365 - 10/27/06 07:55 AM Re: OT, Tell us about yourself
Ragnhild Offline
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Posts: 1117
Loc: Norway
There is a thread like this at the Pianist Forum right now, I just thought I would bump up this one.
I think there might be some new people joining the AB forum the last months, and since I have never introduced myself I would rather do it here than on the PF.

I am 41 years old and I am working in the aluminium industry, in the R&D-laboratory. I am a single mother with two children, 13 and 11 years. My daughter started this autumn learning to play the church-organ, I pray that she will go on enjoying it.
My son plays piano, but seem to be more interested in other things like computer games ;\)

I played piano as a child, first for two years with a non-professional teacher- she made me love Bach, Mozart, Haydn and Beethoven and I learned to read music, but she did not teach me which fingers to use. Later I played one year with a teacher who knew technique, she kept telling me I was doing everything the wrong way so I quitted \:\(

I took up playing again when the children were babies, playing some very easy children songs. In 2001 I bought the Bach Inventions and Sinfonias, and since then I have been practicing quite regular (but not every day).I would like to have a teacher, but have not found any.

I have also played the Bb Clarinet for 7 years. As a student I started singing and have been singing in different choirs/song-groups since. Now I am a soprano in the local church choir (we are about 15 members).

I live at the south-west coast of Norway, it means we have wonderful nature and a lot of weather. If I am not busy with some music I like to be outdoors (walking,hiking, skiing, swimming..)

Ragnhild
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#984366 - 10/28/06 02:17 AM Re: OT, Tell us about yourself
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Loc: Sandy Eggo, California
I swear, every time I see the title of this thread, I think it's addressed to me. \:o
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#984367 - 10/28/06 07:12 AM Re: OT, Tell us about yourself
Mr. Widmore Offline
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Registered: 03/10/06
Posts: 531
Loc: Lost
Welcome Ragnhild! Nice to have you here!

You'll find a teacher soon, I'm sure, and your playing will improve each day.

By the way, it's very nice to have a soprano with us. I'm a tenor in the choir of one of the orchestras here in Valencia (Spain). And judging his nick, OperaTenor is also a tenor \:D
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#984368 - 10/31/06 07:39 PM Re: OT, Tell us about yourself
Mountain Ash Offline
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Registered: 09/21/06
Posts: 423
Loc: Canberra, Australia
Ok, well, I'm a 21 year old guy who's always wanted to play the piano but only started to take lessons about 2 months ago.

My father used to play wonderful pieces by chopin and grieg but lacked the skills or inclination to teach me how to play... and then he sold our piano when we moved house!!!

Unfortunately dad passed away a few months ago and I thought now would be as good a time as any to start playing, so I've bought myself a little yamaha electronic keyboard that is touch sensitive but not weighted. I'm looking to buy a nice acoustic as soon as possible, probably a Kawai K3 or something equivalent.

Currently I'm studying education at university and working part time to make ends meet... and no, I don't have a girfriend/partner/wife.

Nice to meet you all! \:\) \:\) \:\) \:\)
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#984369 - 11/01/06 11:06 AM Re: OT, Tell us about yourself
IrishMak Offline
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Posts: 1614
Loc: New Hampshire, USA
 Quote:
Originally posted by AQP_87:
Welcome Ragnhild! Nice to have you here!

You'll find a teacher soon, I'm sure, and your playing will improve each day.

By the way, it's very nice to have a soprano with us. I'm a tenor in the choir of one of the orchestras here in Valencia (Spain). And judging his nick, OperaTenor is also a tenor \:D [/b]
I'll second that welcome, both to Ragnhild and Mt. Ash!

And, I'm a soprano, too- a couple altos and a bass or two and we'll have a group! lol
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1889 Mason & Hamlin screwstringer upright
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#984370 - 11/01/06 01:39 PM Re: OT, Tell us about yourself
rborc415 Offline
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Registered: 10/26/06
Posts: 15
Loc: New York City
I'm a 53 yr old beginner on piano (already play guitar and fiddle). Would love to eventually be able to play some Chopin, some Bach, some Mozart, and some more modern things. I have had a Samick digital piano sitting in the den for years, and I finally decided to turn it on and have fun with it. And it is fun so far!

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#984371 - 11/01/06 02:28 PM Re: OT, Tell us about yourself
briiian13 Offline
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Registered: 10/18/06
Posts: 147
Loc: Orange County
Hello, my name is Brian.

I live in Orange county of California.

I am married to a beautiful wife, no children yet,
so thus I have devoted some time to my interests (including her!), which some of them are:

chess, I used to be a good club level but dont practice that much anymore due to time.

i am a member of the forum www.chessgames.com

shoes (clothing,etc), I own over 20 pairs of high end dress shoes and continuing collection. from wearing them to polishing them to antiquing them.

i am a member of the forum www.askandyaboutclothes.com and www.styleforum.net

i just got into wristwatches as well, i am a part of timezone.com.

and piano (last but not least), i used to practice when i was in grade school but quit in junior high school and i had various teachers including my mother who was like Mommy Dearest to me in as a teacher to me. i didnt have great memories of the piano at all.

just recently, we purchased a Kawai ES4 and I have started to practice again, due to my love for Chopin.

ive been practicing a few Chopin pieces and some gospel songs and Hanon and Czerny. my wife plays well (something i never knew about until we bought the piano).

i am 34 years of age.
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#984372 - 11/01/06 02:43 PM Re: OT, Tell us about yourself
Mr. Widmore Offline
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Registered: 03/10/06
Posts: 531
Loc: Lost
What are we waiting for, Mak?
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#984373 - 11/01/06 04:35 PM Re: OT, Tell us about yourself
IrishMak Offline
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Posts: 1614
Loc: New Hampshire, USA
 Quote:
Originally posted by AQP_87:
What are we waiting for, Mak? [/b]
A couple altos and a bass or two... ;\) :p
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1889 Mason & Hamlin screwstringer upright
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#984374 - 11/01/06 05:00 PM Re: OT, Tell us about yourself
Mr. Widmore Offline
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I thought you were going to mention a place to meet each other and practice. We're all over the world. But, yes, we need alto and bass.
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#984375 - 11/02/06 01:33 AM Re: OT, Tell us about yourself
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Loc: Cape Breton
I'm an alto
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#984376 - 11/02/06 05:26 AM Re: OT, Tell us about yourself
Mr. Widmore Offline
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Great!

Bass... Where are you my dear friend?
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#984377 - 11/02/06 12:45 PM Re: OT, Tell us about yourself
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Registered: 01/29/04
Posts: 231
Loc: Hampshire, England
Hello all!

I'm 20 and live in Hampshire, England. I took about 2 years of keyboard lessons when I was something like 8 and gave it up because, as you do when you're a child, my mind wandered into other things. At around the end of school, just before I started college at age 16, my father, after listening to the amazing James Horner piano solo version of "My Heart Will Go On", told me that he wanted me to learn to play this piece for his 50th birthday.

Then in my first year of college I became good friends with someone I'd known from school who was on grade 5 piano (now grade 6), who played some great Coldplay pieces while I was round his house one evening that completely amazed me and sparked something incredibly powerful in me that made me determined to take up the piano again.

So after practicing for a couple of months on my 14 year old keyboard that barely even played anymore, I took up piano lessons in September of 2003 with the very same teacher who taught me something like ten years ago on keyboard. I bought a Yamaha DGX-500 which, just like Bob found, I soon realised the 'semi-weighted' keys weren't exactly suitable for piano-playing.

In something like April 2004, I acquired a nice acoustic from my friend who was looking to sell it for the bargain price of £350 plus delivery, and really began to get the best out of playing the piano.

And now I am a university student, currently on my third year placement at IBM, looking for a high quality digital piano to replace my DGX-500 while I'm in rented accommodation, and still loving piano more and more every day!

So that's my long rambling story \:D

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#984378 - 11/21/06 02:11 PM Re: OT, Tell us about yourself
seraf Offline
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Registered: 05/28/06
Posts: 9
Loc: Sweden
Ok, I'm sixteen so I guess I actually are the youngest around here, and I know I'm not adult but I hope I'm welcome anyway? As I said I'm sixteen and from Sweden (northern Europe) and when I found Pianoworld is was like finding paradise ;\) .

I've always been interested in music and in particular classical music. My favorites are (in this order):

Rachmaninoff (Vocalise for piano and cello almost makes me cry)
Chopin (Get goosebumps by the e-minor nocturne)
Beethoven (Can't get enough of the moonlight sonata's 3 movement)

and of course many, many more... I'm single, though I don't know if you find that very interesting? \:\) I'm the proud owner of a white Kawai (K 80 I think, but I'm not sure).

Well, that was my story, if you want to know anything more just ask!
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#984379 - 11/21/06 03:21 PM Re: OT, Tell us about yourself
Monica K. Offline

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Registered: 08/10/05
Posts: 17809
Loc: Lexington, Kentucky
Welcome, seraf, and you're actually NOT the youngest. (Debussy20 has you beat). And you are very welcome. And you're also not the only member of the White Kawai club... Alvaro has a white Kawai grand. \:\)
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#984380 - 11/21/06 03:47 PM Re: OT, Tell us about yourself
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Loc: An Indiana University
Oh how I wish they had websites like these when I was a lad taking lessons.
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#984381 - 11/21/06 04:54 PM Re: OT, Tell us about yourself
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Posts: 1547
Loc: Roswell, Georgia
I guess I haven't added to this thread since finding these message boards a month ago.

I am a part-time high school teacher with three kids (triplet boys) in 5th grade. My husband is a teacher also, so we spend the summers traveling toand camping at various National Parks where he loves to fly fish.

I took piano for six years as a child, quitting at the end of 10th grade. I took it up again five years ago because I wanted to meet the requirements for a Sonata certificate from one of the music teachers' groups. It took me three years to do that, playing over an hour of sonatas from memory, and I had thought I would quit when I finished. But my teacher kept tempting me with all the beautiful music written outside the classical period, and now I am an avid hobbyist. I take lessons every other week (one hour) during the school year. In the summer my teacher goes away, so I take from her son or his roommate, which is a nice change and new perspective.

All three of my boys are in their fourth year of lessons with my same teacher, so our piano is going all the time. I recently bought a very cheap piano ($50) off of Craigslist so we could occasionally have two people practice at once. The new piano is not a crowd favorite here, so we're usually taking turns on our Yamaha U3 upright. We may wear it out in record time.

Nancy
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#984382 - 11/21/06 06:43 PM Re: OT, Tell us about yourself
OperaTenor Offline
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Registered: 04/13/06
Posts: 2445
Loc: Sandy Eggo, California
I swear, every time I see this thread title, I think it's addressed to me!

\:o
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#984383 - 11/21/06 07:28 PM Re: OT, Tell us about yourself
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Registered: 05/24/02
Posts: 3739
Loc: Chicago
 Quote:
Originally posted by OperaTenor:
I swear, every time I see this thread title, I think it's addressed to me!

\:o [/b]
I was trying to figure out why everyone wanted to talk to you - and for 10 pages.

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#984384 - 11/21/06 07:59 PM Re: OT, Tell us about yourself
Mountain Ash Offline
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Registered: 09/21/06
Posts: 423
Loc: Canberra, Australia
 Quote:
Originally posted by kluurs:
 Quote:
Originally posted by OperaTenor:
I swear, every time I see this thread title, I think it's addressed to me!

\:o [/b]
I was trying to figure out why everyone wanted to talk to you - and for 10 pages. [/b]
So was I, what is OT supposed to stand for if it isn't OperaTenor?
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