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#2311403 - 08/05/14 10:05 AM Re: Faber Graduates [Re: littlebirdblue]
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Not yet. Lesson is tomorrow evening. I'm hopeful however smile

Keep up the good work; yeah, BIG bottle of wine!

Enjoy your time with DD. We have two grown daughters who both live overseas whom we are very proud of, but miss a lot. Savor the time you have, it goes fast shocked
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#2312097 - 08/06/14 08:07 PM Re: Faber Graduates [Re: littlebirdblue]
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Originally Posted By: littlebirdblue
So, did you hear those magic words?

DD officially graduated My First PA Book A and started on all 4 primer books. She wanted a strawberry float to celebrate. She was high on sugar all day.

I got inspired and polished up the last few songs of Level 1 book to a recital-ready quality. I'm going to get myself a decent bottle of wine later. laugh

Well I heard them on four pieces tonight. smile

Eight more to go to finish Level 2. Too many pieces on my plate according to my teacher. I think it's time to wind down a bit, stay focused on fewer pieces each week.

One nice thing is it appears some classical music in its original form will start to be integrated in starting next week. I'm excited about that. smile
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#2312651 - 08/07/14 08:44 PM Re: Faber Graduates [Re: BrianDX]
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You have a good teacher. She is holding you to a standard. At the same time, she acknowledged your progress by moving you to original classical pieces. I am starting to feel limited by not having a teacher. I've actually been looking but it's hard to find someone. I think DD's piano teacher is fantastic but 1) she doesn't teach adults and 2) she has a long wait-list. She squeezed DD in but I don't think she'd do the same for me. You're very fortunate to have found your teacher.

I downloaded sample pages from Suzuku Book 1 piano accompaniment for violin and I got so frustrated trying to remember how to play A Major on piano. I really need all the help I can get. My copies of Book 2 should be coming in the mail soon. smile

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#2312673 - 08/07/14 09:33 PM Re: Faber Graduates [Re: littlebirdblue]
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I'm thinking that DD's teacher may be able to recommend a colleague who teaches adults and may have space available. I know many of the teachers down here in lower Delaware network and know the teaching situations of others.
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#2314303 - 08/11/14 08:05 PM Re: Faber Graduates [Re: BrianDX]
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Tonight my teacher introduced the new Faber Sight Reading Book 2 (Accelerated Adult) into our lesson. My initial impressions were favorable. Folks might want to check it out.

Also will start Faber Piano Adventures Level 3A next week.


Edited by BrianDX (08/11/14 08:06 PM)
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#2314390 - 08/12/14 05:16 AM Re: Faber Graduates [Re: BrianDX]
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Congratulations! You've accomplished something really wonderful. smile

I got my copy of Adult All in One Book 1 and 2 today in the mail.

So I took your advance and asked my DD's teacher is she knows someone who wouldn't mind giving two lessons a month to an adult restarter. To my surprise, she is willing to accommodate me so hopefully, we can set something up by next month.

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#2314417 - 08/12/14 08:05 AM Re: Faber Graduates [Re: littlebirdblue]
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Excellent! smile

I think the combination of your past experience, work ethic, quality teaching material, and a teacher to guide you through all of it albeit on a part-time basis should be a very nice combination.

Keep us up to date when your lessons start.
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#2315004 - 08/13/14 12:57 PM Re: Faber Graduates [Re: BrianDX]
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Book 3A of Piano Adventures has some really lovely pieces. I haven't practised
myself in weeks because I am without a teacher, but I need to start tonight again.
I have no idea what my new teacher's approach to my material will be when I start with her in two weeks.

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#2315031 - 08/13/14 02:38 PM Re: Faber Graduates [Re: alans]
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Originally Posted By: alans
Book 3A of Piano Adventures has some really lovely pieces. I haven't practised
myself in weeks because I am without a teacher, but I need to start tonight again.
I have no idea what my new teacher's approach to my material will be when I start with her in two weeks.


Are you referring to the Popular Repetoire book? i.e. from here:
http://pianoadventures.com/publications/mainLibraries/pa/level3A.html

I was just interested in looking up the table of contents, which they do have online.

Thanks,
Don
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#2316701 - 08/17/14 08:49 PM Re: Faber Graduates [Re: BrianDX]
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I was actually referring to the lesson book.

By the way, how long do people take for their weekly lesson? I am used to thirty minutes butvi've been advised 45 is better for a beginner.

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#2316743 - 08/17/14 10:33 PM Re: Faber Graduates [Re: alans]
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Originally Posted By: alans
By the way, how long do people take for their weekly lesson? I am used to thirty minutes butvi've been advised 45 is better for a beginner.

Initially our lessons were 45 minutes. Just recently we moved to one hour. Much more time for instruction, sight-reading, etc.
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#2316918 - 08/18/14 12:21 PM Re: Faber Graduates [Re: BrianDX]
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I do 30 minutes. Luckily I'm the last student so often we go over by a few minutes. I keep it to 30 minutes because I'm there with my son and he is waiting while I have my lesson, plus its close to bed time. But I would love to have 45 or 60 minutes. Could get into more details I would expect. 30 minutes is usually just review what was worked on last week with some critique, add some new things for next week, and maybe 5 minutes if we are lucky to talk about any general theory or new topics and times up.
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#2317106 - 08/18/14 09:42 PM Re: Faber Graduates [Re: BrianDX]
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Just finished my Practise with my beloved Faber. My last piece is battle of Jericho.
I start with a brand new teacher next week and I just hope she doesn't want to throw out this series. I was interviewing teachers online and I asked one candidate who I was really close to deciding to study with and he told me it is better to avoid Faber. I asked him which he prefers over Faber but because I didn't sign up for his lessons he never responded to me.glad I crossed him off the list.

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#2317621 - 08/20/14 08:12 AM Re: Faber Graduates [Re: BrianDX]
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I have discussed this with my teacher as well. It turns out that I'm the only student who currently is beyond Faber Level 2.

The 8-10 students that are more advanced than Level 2 are studying outside of a basic series so to speak. They are learning specific pieces in different genres.

I told her that I prefer the structured "step-by-step" approach with Faber, and at even just Level 3A there are several new concepts and skills (e.g. odd time signatures, triplets, D Major) to be learned.

I think we will be spending about 1/2 of our time on Faber, and the other half on selected classical pieces (in their original form but at my skill level of Elementary D).

I'm thinking this should work well for me.
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#2327662 - 09/15/14 08:03 AM Re: Faber Graduates [Re: BrianDX]
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Just checking in with you fellow Faber students if you are still out there in the cyber world...
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#2327714 - 09/15/14 01:31 PM Re: Faber Graduates [Re: BrianDX]
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Yep, still here.

I have not made a lot of progress through All-in-one book2 since my last post. I'm around Coffee Shop Boogie and Kum-ba-yah. So... less than 1/2 way through. But I have been working on a couple of songs outside of the lesson book as well. I find I spend 60% of my time working on songs outside of the book as they are pieces I"m excited about.

I also just got from Amazon the first Faber book of Christmas music, since I thought it might be time to start working on that for December. The book is roughly broken into 3rds
- super easy (mostly melody, no chords)
- C-major chord-based
- F or G-major chord based

Have only tried the super easy ones to start because I am trying to evaluate them to see if I should push them on my 8 y.o. son. I'm trying to get him to do something outside his method book. This is my first foray into getting a "repetoire" style book.

Back to All-in-one, Coffee House Boogie is a pretty neat song. I like the swing. The changes are a bit challenging for me but I'm getting it.

Don
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#2327729 - 09/15/14 02:22 PM Re: Faber Graduates [Re: BrianDX]
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Funny this thread should reappear just when I was planning on looking for it.i haven't touched the piano in a month and just today I started reading my Faber excercises again. I haven't had a teacher or a lesson in several months but if things work out I will be starting again this week. As I am at the midway point of book three A I thought I would be finished by September but there is no way now. I think I will beon this level until close to the end of this year which is fine. Tonight I am going to start to look at the supplementary books for my level.

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#2327734 - 09/15/14 02:34 PM Re: Faber Graduates [Re: alans]
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Nice to hear from you folks. All we need now is littlebirdblue, rpw, and PFred to chime in and everyone will be accounted for. smile

I've spent a month at Level 3A and the pieces are getting a bit harder. However, in typical Faber fashion this new material is presented in a logical, manageable way.

Where things really get a bit hairy is toward the end of this level. I took a quick peek at Level 3B and this is a whole new set of challenges. I'm hoping the Faber approach still holds up at that point.
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#2328148 - 09/16/14 04:38 PM Re: Faber Graduates [Re: BrianDX]
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Just stick with Faber..I too was really daunted by how difficult things *seem* to
get but the book follows a logic and with a bit of practise and dipping your toes
so to speak in the water-hands apart, that sort of thing..you will find your way.
The current piece that is new to me is I think based on the piece Mars..I can't
remember I have it at home and at first I thought this was insane because the notes are way above the ledger lines and I had no idea how to read that high. But
Faber always provides us with a wonderful parachute and what seems really hard isn't so far from where we just were.
Tomorrow I start with a brand new teacher who I know absolutely nothing about except for the fact that she was very friendly in her email back to me. I have
no idea what she will think about the Faber series. One potential teacher I spoke
with told me I shouldn't be using this series and I'm glad I didn't go with him because I do believe Faber is the best method. So I will see.A little past the
middle point of the book 3A there is this piece, I think it might be by Scarlatti,
where you feel for the first time that you are playing a truely lovely classical
piece. It's great fun. You have lots to look forward to Brian..the pieces are all
lovely in this book. Just take them slowly and you'll be amazed at how far you can go.

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#2328150 - 09/16/14 04:41 PM Re: Faber Graduates [Re: BrianDX]
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Last night I also started to look at the Performance book for 3A. These aren't easy to sight-read. I also have the technique book and I hope I can incorporate them into my lessons because they look they are really useful. They turn piano technique into fun exercises.

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#2328193 - 09/16/14 07:21 PM Re: Faber Graduates [Re: BrianDX]
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After my teacher's vacation, Labor Day and my vacation, I haven't moved on much this month. I'm in Book 2 working on the Mysterious Casbah and the Flight. Also working on Cm, Fm and Gm Pentascales. Aside from the lesson books, I'm working on a piece by Diabelli and the Bach Minuet, BMV App 114, the first in the book First Lessons in Bach. Still staying busy. cool
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#2328248 - 09/16/14 10:25 PM Re: Faber Graduates [Re: PFred]
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Nice to hear from you all. I'm about 1/5 of the way through all of the Level 3A books. The three performance pieces I've worked on so far have been lots of fun and somewhat challenging.

Allegretto by Diabelli has been a particular challenge, as the left/right hand independence is a bit harder than I've experienced before.

BTW: The Mysterious Casbah was one of my favorites in Level 2. However, I needed to use the metronome to fully gain and keep control of the timing, which was getting away from me.

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#2328256 - 09/16/14 11:05 PM Re: Faber Graduates [Re: BrianDX]
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Still here, although not in Faber anymore. I switched to the Grade 3 RCM Celebration Series few months ago after completing Faber AIO 2 book. I have repertoire, etudes and technique books and usually get something to work on from each one. I assume they are similar to the different Faber books you are using. I like that all the pieces are in their original forms, even though they require considerably more effort to learn.

Aside from the assignments, I try to do some sight reading every day. I've got a bunch of books for this long time ago and, based on my pace, they will probably keep me busy for another few years smile.

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#2328324 - 09/17/14 07:49 AM Re: Faber Graduates [Re: rpw]
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rpw;

Nice to hear from you. Sounds like you are making great progress.

In addition to Faber I am also beginning to work on pieces from the Festival Collection By Helen Marlais. All the pieces are in their original form, but are ability-appropriate for me.

Continued success!
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#2328915 - 09/19/14 05:06 AM Re: Faber Graduates [Re: BrianDX]
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I'm here but barely alive. laugh

Actually, I have been fighting a horrible cold for a couple of weeks. My DD's teacher understandably has no sick student policy so I haven't started my piano lessons yet but I have been practicing!

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#2328932 - 09/19/14 08:18 AM Re: Faber Graduates [Re: littlebirdblue]
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Best wishes! Hope you feel better real soon and get back in there....
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#2330353 - 09/23/14 04:56 PM Re: Faber Graduates [Re: BrianDX]
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Finally have got past "Coffee House Boogie" in AiO2. What I found funny was I totally nailed it at my lesson - I did much better than I do at home in practice. This is weird because usually I choke up at lessons.

Anyway, I think its because at the lesson I was using a freshly regulated grand, and at home I have a 100 year old piano that has some action issues that make playing "piano" (i.e. quietly) very hard. There are a lot of dynamic changes in that piece and I had been trying so hard at home to make it sound right without a lot of success. But when I did it on the right piano, no problem.

I feel like my piano is like the weight you put on a baseball bat when you are warming up to go to the plate, now smile

Don
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#2330391 - 09/23/14 08:09 PM Re: Faber Graduates [Re: Donzo]
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Congrats on your lesson.

I'm wondering if it may be possible to have a RPT regulate your action for a reasonable price.

The action on my grand is a bit heavier than my teachers, but only to a small extent.
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#2330660 - 09/24/14 03:43 PM Re: Faber Graduates [Re: BrianDX]
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I've had my piano tuned only once since it is a new addition to the family (last spring), before that I used a digital (btw, this old piano was free although moving it wasn't cheap).

The technician looked it over, said I didn't do too bad for a free piano, but he explained why the keys were difficult to get to work with a light touch - he blamed it on felt compression at the fulcrum of the key. He explained it like "the keys are like a marble balanced on the top of a hill, you just need to touch them to make the marble roll down. your keys are like the marble is a bit on the far side of the hill, you need to push the marble up the hill before it starts rolling down. that is why it feels like it does".

He said next time I get a tuning for another $100-$150 he can do a cleaning of the action (blow out the dust, etc) and try to see what he could do about the issue. But he also says that it doesn't make sense to do too much work on that piano. It would be too expensive, and I'd be better off looking for a new one.

So I just struggle along... its not that bad. I really like the sound, the price was right, and this key heaviness is the only issue that I notice.
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#2330741 - 09/24/14 10:05 PM Re: Faber Graduates [Re: BrianDX]
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It looks like I might not be a part of this discussion much longer. Went to my first lesson with a brand new teacher and she is very knowledgable and kind but she is completely against Faber and that makes me so distressed.i love this series because it has been so easy to follow and the gradations are minor and I like the fact that itbis a series. But what can I do,change teacher's until I find one who will use Faber?i'm just worried about my study being all over the map. For my next lesson I was given one piece from the performance book,just to learn something cold for her.but it is out of sequence and really out of my range right now.i hate the idea of having to jump around,it's what another teacher did and I couldn't keep up. Oh well,have to see what will happen next week.

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