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#2304044 - 07/19/14 02:27 PM Ballade Pour Adeline and River Flows in You
stylerhun Offline
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Registered: 04/19/14
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Hi all!

I got my new instrument(Yamahaa CLP 565 GP), so I have decided, that I will record all of my song again with the new piano smile

Here is my first 2 music:

Ballade Pour Adeline(Richard Clayderman)



River Flows in You(Yiruma):



I have been playing piano for 6 months now, but I love it.
I would be happy to read your comments and criticise.


Edited by stylerhun (07/19/14 02:29 PM)
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#2307564 - 07/26/14 10:51 PM Re: Ballade Pour Adeline and River Flows in You [Re: stylerhun]
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Wow surely you weren't a complete beginner 6 months ago? That's an amazing accomplishment if you were and you have given me (a complete beginner) something to aspire to.
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#2318428 - 08/22/14 03:40 AM Re: Ballade Pour Adeline and River Flows in You [Re: stylerhun]
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Hi!

I was a complete beginner and pressed my first piano key 6 montsh ago smile

Thanks for reply! smile


Edited by stylerhun (08/22/14 03:40 AM)
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#2321595 - 08/29/14 03:29 PM Re: Ballade Pour Adeline and River Flows in You [Re: stylerhun]
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Anybody can tell, that what is the level of 'Ballade pour Adeline' from Richard Clayderman? I think it's harder(this is my personal opinion because I must practice it day by day to don'nt make mistakes during playing) than River flows in you but I don't know it's difficulty level. River flows in you is level 4 as I found it in google. Many people says that normally the piano students can learn it after years of piano practicing. I played it after 6 months piano learning. I was a complete beginner 6 months ago, so don't know.

Currently I'm learning 'He is a pirate' from Kyle Landry, I'm interested in it's difficulty level too, if anybody can write it down.


I know that only the classical pieces can be categorized in levels, but please try to estimate this two pieces pls.

Thank you so much!


Edited by stylerhun (08/29/14 03:45 PM)
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#2359857 - 12/09/14 10:32 AM Re: Ballade Pour Adeline and River Flows in You [Re: stylerhun]
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Registered: 01/30/08
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Loc: London, UK
Wow! And just SIX months since you started learning the piano? You musty have an incredible natural aptitude for the instrument! Congratulations, that's very musical and sensitive playing. Keep up the great work!

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#2359915 - 12/09/14 01:17 PM Re: Ballade Pour Adeline and River Flows in You [Re: socrates35]
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Thank you! smile
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#2409059 - 04/11/15 02:25 AM Re: Ballade Pour Adeline and River Flows in You [Re: stylerhun]
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And people say there's no such thing as natural talent.It appears there is...

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#2423392 - 05/22/15 02:02 AM Re: Ballade Pour Adeline and River Flows in You [Re: dannn]
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Thank you! smile

After one year, now I'm learning the Moonlight Sonata Movement 3, which is a really hard piece and really fast laugh I'm at the half of it.

I have learned pathetique also.

A little bit I turned into the classical line laugh
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