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#2214420 - 01/14/14 08:43 AM Re: MOYD 2014 [Re: Palmpirate]
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Leaving Jan 14th until Jan 28th. My mother in law passed away over the holidays at 96yrs, quietly in her sleep, still in her own home and on her own.She used to play and now my niece has her piano. Life ends but the music goes on.
I'm very sorry for your loss. Prayers for you and your family during this difficult time. frown
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#2214430 - 01/14/14 09:04 AM Re: MOYD 2014 [Re: casinitaly]
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So sorry for your loss Palmpirate. May your many memories of happy times be of some comfort to you as you grieve. Condolences and prayers going out for you and yours.
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#2214671 - 01/14/14 03:45 PM Re: MOYD 2014 [Re: casinitaly]
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Palmpirate, condolences to you and your family. I hope you find solace in the quiet manner of her passing, and the musical heritage she left behind.
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#2214708 - 01/14/14 04:56 PM Re: MOYD 2014 [Re: casinitaly]
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Ohhhhhhh boy. Here goes: Count me in! I will soon have a grand in my house (after 20 years of digital piano), so this will be a good way to keep me visiting those keys, even after the honeymoon wears off!

Cheers!
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#2214753 - 01/14/14 06:10 PM Re: MOYD 2014 [Re: casinitaly]
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My condolences to Palmpirate and your family as well. 96 is a wonderful milestone. And so glad the music is being kept in the family and passed down.
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#2215041 - 01/15/14 08:53 AM Re: MOYD 2014 [Re: molehill]
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My thoughts are with you and your loved ones Palmpirate.
Beautiful to think of the music passing through the generations. I learned on a piano that came from my grandparents' house, and it's still in my parents' house today. There's a lovely sense of history when my kids visit my parents and play it (it'd be even lovelier if the piano was in tune, admittedly).

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#2215160 - 01/15/14 12:01 PM Re: MOYD 2014 [Re: Palmpirate]
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My mother in law passed away over the holidays at 96yrs, quietly in her sleep, still in her own home and on her own.


Wow, 96 and still able to function on her own. What a blessing. I'm sorry to hear of your loss but she had long life and a peaceful journey to eternity. My condolences to you Ron and to your family.
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#2216033 - 01/17/14 03:47 AM Re: MOYD 2014 [Re: casinitaly]
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My condolences to Palmpirate.
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#2216034 - 01/17/14 03:49 AM Re: MOYD 2014 [Re: casinitaly]
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Question:
If I were only at home for a very fast breakfast and dinner, and didn't play that day. How does that count?

Disclaimer: I touched the yesterday piano, played two bars or something wink
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#2216064 - 01/17/14 07:48 AM Re: MOYD 2014 [Re: casinitaly]
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Well, that would be fine, wouldn't it? Not because of the being away from home, but because of the two bars. grin

I only managed ten minutes yesterday, myself, which is unheard-of for me, but at least it's something. Played through the first movement of Beethoven's Appassionata.
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#2216089 - 01/17/14 08:32 AM Re: MOYD 2014 [Re: casinitaly]
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Sometimes I only get to play at a lesson accompanying a voice student or demonstrating something to a piano student. It "counts" but not in a way that satisfies me.
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#2216104 - 01/17/14 09:03 AM Re: MOYD 2014 [Re: casinitaly]
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Folks, it's the honour system.
If you could have played and didn't...... 'fess up.


To me "at home" means I was at home long enough that I could have played.
I have the silent digital system so even if I leave home early and come home late, there's really no excuse for me to skip getting in at least a few scales.

As Morodiene said, it "counts" but it isn't satisfying.

So Wimpiano, your question is irrelevant now, because you did play - but maybe my response will help for the future.
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#2216327 - 01/17/14 05:22 PM Re: MOYD 2014 [Re: casinitaly]
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As my first post, can I a join in?

Retro-actively too, I have been at the piano every day this year so far, bar one day travelling for work - and only 347 days to go!

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#2216331 - 01/17/14 05:37 PM Re: MOYD 2014 [Re: casinitaly]
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Sure, I'll add you to the list - I'll put you on the excused list as you had a "justified" day off smile

Welcome!
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#2216349 - 01/17/14 06:17 PM Re: MOYD 2014 [Re: casinitaly]
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Ragdoll, barbaram, molehill, piano_deb, casinitaly, Morodiene, CarlosCC.
wimpiano

Thank you , all of you for your kind concern and apologies if I missed any other of my virtual friends. It is comforting to the family to know that we unite universally with the passing of a loved one.

I look forward to many musical exchanges with you in the near future

sincerely
Marion.
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#2216543 - 01/18/14 07:31 AM Re: MOYD 2014 [Re: casinitaly]
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Healing.....Just a paragraph I thought some of you might relate to...

After the funeral they all had so much to attend to, my husband and his brother. My sister-in-law was taking care of her 86 yr old mum. A full time job now. My niece taking care of a 3 month old daughter along with a doting dad. My nephew took off for the day with his friend and will join us they evening for a curry.
Feeling so very extra around here, I made people cups of coffee or tea and looked longingly at the piano, silent in the other room. But I couldnít play it, not now, or tomorrow, or this visit. The air is heavy with the silence of the grieving. Cheery faces greet each other as they pass in the corridor, waiting for it to not hurt so much, when it will be alright to talk about her when she was alive.
I find a small keyboard up stairs in our attic bedroom, set on end beside the dresser. I put it on the too-small childs desk and prop up my iPad. In the Virtual music app is my Chopin, and I try just the right hand on the 4 octaves before me. No need to turn it on, and there are no headphones around. The keys are too small but it makes me round my fingers more than usual which isnít so bad. But I slip off the too-short keys too often and itís frustrating. Anyway the score doesnít have the fingering notated. I leave it as not worth it.
Perhaps downstairs they are ready for another cup of tea.
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#2216553 - 01/18/14 08:24 AM Re: MOYD 2014 [Re: Palmpirate]
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Originally Posted By: Palmpirate
Healing.....Just a paragraph I thought some of you might relate to...

After the funeral they all had so much to attend to, my husband and his brother. My sister-in-law was taking care of her 86 yr old mum. A full time job now. My niece taking care of a 3 month old daughter along with a doting dad. My nephew took off for the day with his friend and will join us they evening for a curry.
Feeling so very extra around here, I made people cups of coffee or tea and looked longingly at the piano, silent in the other room. But I couldnít play it, not now, or tomorrow, or this visit. The air is heavy with the silence of the grieving. Cheery faces greet each other as they pass in the corridor, waiting for it to not hurt so much, when it will be alright to talk about her when she was alive.
I find a small keyboard up stairs in our attic bedroom, set on end beside the dresser. I put it on the too-small childs desk and prop up my iPad. In the Virtual music app is my Chopin, and I try just the right hand on the 4 octaves before me. No need to turn it on, and there are no headphones around. The keys are too small but it makes me round my fingers more than usual which isnít so bad. But I slip off the too-short keys too often and itís frustrating. Anyway the score doesnít have the fingering notated. I leave it as not worth it.
Perhaps downstairs they are ready for another cup of tea.
Playing piano can be very healing. I wonder if you asked everyone's permission if you could play in honor of the dearly departed who loved piano? I think it would have a profound and positive effect on everyone.
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#2216571 - 01/18/14 09:00 AM Re: MOYD 2014 [Re: Morodiene]
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Originally Posted By: Morodiene
Originally Posted By: Palmpirate
Healing.....Just a paragraph I thought some of you might relate to...

After the funeral they all had so much to attend to, my husband and his brother. My sister-in-law was taking care of her 86 yr old mum. A full time job now. My niece taking care of a 3 month old daughter along with a doting dad. My nephew took off for the day with his friend and will join us they evening for a curry.
Feeling so very extra around here, I made people cups of coffee or tea and looked longingly at the piano, silent in the other room. But I couldnít play it, not now, or tomorrow, or this visit. The air is heavy with the silence of the grieving. Cheery faces greet each other as they pass in the corridor, waiting for it to not hurt so much, when it will be alright to talk about her when she was alive.
I find a small keyboard up stairs in our attic bedroom, set on end beside the dresser. I put it on the too-small childs desk and prop up my iPad. In the Virtual music app is my Chopin, and I try just the right hand on the 4 octaves before me. No need to turn it on, and there are no headphones around. The keys are too small but it makes me round my fingers more than usual which isnít so bad. But I slip off the too-short keys too often and itís frustrating. Anyway the score doesnít have the fingering notated. I leave it as not worth it.
Perhaps downstairs they are ready for another cup of tea.
Playing piano can be very healing. I wonder if you asked everyone's permission if you could play in honor of the dearly departed who loved piano? I think it would have a profound and positive effect on everyone.


By all means play! Music gives sound to the unutterable groanings of the human soul. You are there to do just that.

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#2216797 - 01/18/14 05:40 PM Re: MOYD 2014 [Re: casinitaly]
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I would like to participate please. I had my piano delivered yesterday and so far I have indeed practiced yesterday and today smile

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#2216992 - 01/19/14 04:46 AM Re: MOYD 2014 [Re: anrpiano]
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Morodiene, anrpiano,

Thank you. I took courage.
Here's how it went.

The Piano at Woodlands

There on the deep red leather sofa in the lounge, sat four generations of women. My sister-in-law next to her daughter, who was nursing baby Eirwen, named after her Great Grandmother, who sat the other side. Translated from Welsh it means Snow White in English, and with her shock of jet black hair she looks a lovely as her cartoon namesake. They whispered soft cooings to the baby who delighted them with wriggling arms reaching up pat to their faces.

Opposite were seated the two brothers almost to be taken for twins, not only in looks but identical body language. It spoke of years of following similar habits. There on the matching red sofa in the window alcove, right leg over left, trouser slightly pulled up at the knee, spectacles balanced on bridge of nose. MacBook Air replaces The Times, soft keyboard clicks, the lost sound of rustling newspapers.

The new Uncle talked softly with his pal about their day spent in the Castle and the new Dr Who museum, scarcely raising their voices and keeping amused chuckles quiet.

The only seat left was what we refer to as Her Throne. The absent Matriach still exudes her presence, a mix of Q.E.11 and The Iron Lady. it was not for me to sit there. It was the new Dad who walked in and quite naturally took his place. I slipped out to the next room.

I stared at the latest piece of art propped up on the piano music stand. Should I move it? Near-by the big double bass was propped in its Ďcoffiní.
I leafed through some music on a stand. Trumpet solos. There on the bench was some more hopeful looking scores. Songs, and choir music. This was a family of wonderful voices, evidenced by all the choral music Iíd found. They all sang in an Eisteddfod prize winning Welsh Choir that went on tours! Nothing just for piano around.

Dad walked in with the baby, trying to rock her to sleep in his arms.

Why donít you move the painting and play something?

OH, I donít know, I just have my iPad here and i canít find anything else around for piano.

We placed the art on the big family dining table. There behind it on the music stand it was book with welsh titles. I had no idea what it was about.

Itís Nursery rhymes. Do play some. Maybe Eirwen will recognize them.

I turned to the first page. Not a tune I recognized and the titles gave me no clues at all. Thankfully the score was really simple so I could probably get through. I felt the weight of the keys and how the pedal responded - it was in tune and the action quite easy, no stiff notes or twangs to worry about.

No. I donít know that one , he said, Try some more.

He had been learning Welsh since theyíd got married so translated a few of the words which gave me an idea of tempo, a dance, a nonsense song.

For an Englishman he sang rather well and did know a few of the songs. It seems Eirwen did too and she drifted off to sleep as her father sang a lullaby. Sweet innocence.

Mam-Gu, (Grandma) walked in, wine glass in hand.

Ah, yes, I had to get some nursery rhymes!

I turned the page and she sang along. It was easy to accompany her and we melded together. Her voice was still lovely and the soprano soared over the simple bass line that I just let flow along with her, hardly sounding the tune. We turned page after page and a few others joined in with the more well known folk songs.

As we came to the last song and someone declared - Lets top up the wine!

They drifted back into the lounge and I turned to pick up my iPad. Maybe I could just play one. something not too ambitious. What about Mrs. Darcy, that Pride and prejudice theme song medley. Iíd heated her to death often enough, time for resurrection!

Here we go - cold.

Itís been a while since Iíve played this through. Not too difficult anymore. only one note at a time. Nothing like the classics, more like Yani or Enya. Poignant and flowing and not too fast.

Count your way through, remember your cues. It would be in that soaring climb that a wrong note creeps in. Oh no! the climbing thirds are reversed! But the harmony works, keep that pattern going til you get through that passage, it will be alright!

A kiss wafts upward, blown high in the sky.
Then four octaves below, the last, slow, sonorous chords, like tolling bells.
Peace at last.

Exhale, breathe.

Itís beautiful.


Edited by Palmpirate (01/19/14 04:47 AM)
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#2217071 - 01/19/14 10:44 AM Re: MOYD 2014 [Re: casinitaly]
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Palmpirate, that's a lovely story, and how wonderful they felt called to sing with you. What a community contribution you made. And your final piece must have been a breath of fresh air. Brought tears to my eyes. Thanks fo posting the story.

Cathy
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#2217194 - 01/19/14 03:13 PM Re: MOYD 2014 [Re: casinitaly]
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Music is such a great way to heal yourself and others. I'm so glad you stepped outside of yourself to offer this for the family, and none of it was you "showing off". Just doing what music is meant to do.
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#2218197 - 01/21/14 01:03 PM Re: MOYD 2014 [Re: casinitaly]
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Please sign me up! This will be good motivation for me, as well as my new piano being delivered tomorrow. For today, I'll have to practice on my old upright.

Laura

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#2218588 - 01/22/14 02:13 AM Re: MOYD 2014 [Re: casinitaly]
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Palpirate - your description of playing the lullaby and sharing the comfort of music was very moving. I am sure it is something that will stay in the memories of all who participated as a moment of peace in a difficult time.
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#2218589 - 01/22/14 02:14 AM Re: MOYD 2014 [Re: casinitaly]
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Welcome Strickermadchen- and congratulations on your new piano!
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#2218650 - 01/22/14 08:58 AM Re: MOYD 2014 [Re: Palmpirate]
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@Palmpirate
that was simply lovely and like Cathy it made my eyes well up in tears. A fitting tribute to the long life and memory of your loved one. I'm sure she heard it played and sung by those who loved her. {{{hug}}}
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#2218699 - 01/22/14 11:06 AM Re: MOYD 2014 [Re: casinitaly]
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I missed a couple of days last week. I was getting over a cold and also returning to work after the holiday break. Adjusting to the new schedule plus still tired from illness .... not a good combination. I'm happy to say that I'm now back into my 30 minutes daily routine.

Daily practice is working wonders for me. I've tried many times before to return to the piano, but always got discouraged. My attempts at playing would sound so awful, especially since I could remember being somewhat proficient years ago.

But now I've gotten past the first "awkward" period, where I'm not struggling so much, and although I haven't even gotten anything hands-together yet, I'm feeling good about my progress because there IS progress.
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#2218912 - 01/22/14 03:52 PM Re: MOYD 2014 [Re: casinitaly]
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Thanks, Palmpirate for writing and sharing that. Isn't it interesting how writing to crystalize a moment like that is transformative for both writer and reader? There's been research done on how writing about about tough experience can decrease overall stress indicators for many months after. It seems that some sort of inner healing is fostered by the focus of writing.

And on a much more mundane note, I'd like to try MOYD again this year... in spite of never having succeeded with it in the past. Nonetheless I've learned a lot via my attempts, so let's try again.

My official theme for this year is succeeding in ventures where, in the past, I've tended to stumble. Or as my inner Buddhist frames it: a year of releasing my old fixed notions of self.
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#2218982 - 01/22/14 05:09 PM Re: MOYD 2014 [Re: casinitaly]
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Ok playforjoy - hope you are feeling better now.

Welcome Tangleweeds!
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#2219290 - 01/23/14 07:27 AM Re: MOYD 2014 [Re: casinitaly]
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Greetings support group, I mean MOYD crowd. Please excuse me for 2 nights in NYC for a board meeting. Jan 24-25.
Have a great day.
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