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#358893 - 02/18/02 11:07 PM Some little questions......
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I have been playing the piano for only 4 years now. When i started my parents forced me into playing it, but since the past 2 years I have fallen in love with classical music.
In this 2 years I have focused heavily on improving my piano playing skills.
I am currently going to piano lessons for 30 minutes once a week to a teacher who is not (In my opinion) not good enough for me.

She teaches little kids learning chopsticks
And then I come up with flight of the bumble bee.
So she teaches me the pathetic songs from the
royal consevatory book.

So I was planning to go to a more professional teacher, its hard to find one though. I was wondering if someone wants to be a piano teacher does he have to pass those stupid tests in the royal conservatory?


I listened to Ravels first piano concerto in G minor, I found it to be an easy piece.
Would it be too early to start a piano concerto ? I am 14 years old.
I was wondering if I could get thoe notes free from the interent? or if ont free i am willing to pay

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#358894 - 02/19/02 12:26 AM Re: Some little questions......
iamcanadian Offline
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Registered: 02/02/02
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Loc: Canada
Try Sheet Music plus

You should also look into playing the chopin concertos, which are probably a bit more difficult than the ravel, but just as nice to listen to
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#358895 - 02/19/02 01:05 AM Re: Some little questions......
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