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#2045095 - 03/08/13 02:33 PM And I thought piano was hard :)
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Okay, it is hard, very much so smile But yesterday, I watched this video with a young lady playing Chopin on the guitar, and suddenly, the piano seemed quiet friendly. I thought this could cheer up a bit the poor beginners like me who sometimes think they will never ever manage to get this beautiful 88 toothed beast to behave smile http://vimeo.com/59386284 (there seems to be no tags for vimeo, so for those who might be curious)
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#2045099 - 03/08/13 02:39 PM Re: And I thought piano was hard :) [Re: Jean-Luc]
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That is very well done and beautiful! Thank you for sharing! smile

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#2045104 - 03/08/13 02:46 PM Re: And I thought piano was hard :) [Re: Jean-Luc]
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Keysting, they are more videos of classical guitar on this site: http://www.gitaarsalon.nl/GitaarSalon/HOME_1.html (if you click on TV). I hope posting the link is okay and won't be seen as spamming, it's a cultural site and they sell nothing) smile
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#2045107 - 03/08/13 02:54 PM Re: And I thought piano was hard :) [Re: Jean-Luc]
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Originally Posted By: Jean-Luc
Keysting, they are more videos of classical guitar on this site: http://www.gitaarsalon.nl/GitaarSalon/HOME_1.html (if you click on TV). I hope posting the link is okay and won't be seen as spamming, it's a cultural site and they sell nothing) smile


As long as you aren't advertising some marketing site, links to other websites are not a problem. smile
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#2045260 - 03/08/13 09:00 PM Re: And I thought piano was hard :) [Re: Jean-Luc]
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Originally Posted By: Jean-Luc
I hope posting the link is okay and won't be seen as spamming, it's a cultural site and they sell nothing) smile


Thanks for sharing.. Always good to view/
listen to new works!
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#2045297 - 03/08/13 10:44 PM Re: And I thought piano was hard :) [Re: Jean-Luc]
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Chopin is hard on any instrument.... frown
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#2045306 - 03/08/13 11:37 PM Re: And I thought piano was hard :) [Re: 4evrBeginR]
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Originally Posted By: 4evrBeginR
Chopin is hard on any instrument.... frown

+1

Although, it was nice to hear this on guitar
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#2045721 - 03/09/13 11:34 PM Re: And I thought piano was hard :) [Re: BenPiano]
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A violinist once said to me:

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Piano is _easy_! You press a button, and a note comes out.

Violin -- now _that's_ hard!


. Charles[quote]

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#2045760 - 03/10/13 01:47 AM Re: And I thought piano was hard :) [Re: Charles Cohen]
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I'm with you. I've been saying that every day my while life. All you do is press a key. Strings? Niw that's hard!
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#2046304 - 03/11/13 02:03 AM Re: And I thought piano was hard :) [Re: Jean-Luc]
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