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#921727 - 01/18/04 07:16 PM Penny's Piano Party
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Okay, I'll go first.

Penny's house is gorgeous.
Upon entering you are put into a good mood by the warmth of the rich colors.
I would have never visualized the success of the colors from looking at paint chips, but, Oh Man! It really works.
The living room is a soft sponged-yellow.
The adjacent dining room is a shade that reminded me of tangerine and peach; it's at once both vibrant and yet soothing, like a sunset.

Under the piano is blond carpeting but on the other side of the room the floor is hardwood.
The piano is near a corner but it's at a 45 degree angle to it, good for acoustics.
The layout was optimized for enjoying the piano.
I grabbed the best seat, which was on the couch right where the sound reflected from the lid was focused
Her home was filled with lots of great art too.
Penny's kids are very fortunate to be growing up in such a creative, vibrant, and supportive environment.

And the piano, Oh it is a real sweet beauty with a real rich, clear and flexible sound as many players demonstrated.
I really liked it for Bach, it has a sunny sound.
Penny’s family’s teacher (they all 4 take lessons), got a really wide range of tone from the piano.
She was one seriously classically-trained pianist.

Joy made yummy Chinese fajitas (I love it. ;\) ).
JohnC made his famous chocolate bars that taste like Almond Roca.
Friday made lumpia of a moist tender chicken.
Penny made an eggplant dish that I ate too much of (I love the burnt-cheese part) and a chocolate cheesecake that made me reconsider the joys of obesity.

Everybody played beautifully,
I must say I could tell Penny and her hubby have been working very hard on the piano.
My compliments to your teacher, and your practicing.
So many people played; I can't remember everything everyone played - help.
There must have been 30 people at the party.
Joy played her classic and flawless “Martha My Dear”.
Really Joy you gotta lotta talent!
I’m sure you have much more music in you.
A special treat was hearing Rick Clark play his own composition.
It was very moving, and visual for me.
I feel the best art makes something happen inside the listener.
Rick's playing does that.

My only regret is not having more time to talk with friends.
It's a real conflict for me, when people are playing I want to just listen quietly.
Then, before you know it, the evening is over.

Thanks, Penny and all. Ya done good!
I saw a few cameras so pics must be coming.
We had a massive Royal Piano Pile-Up under the Grand this time.

We need another party just to socialize - No piano!

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#921728 - 01/18/04 08:46 PM Re: Penny's Piano Party
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The food was terrific, the host and hostess the best, and the music muy magnifico. Ahh, but the people, well, they were the greatest, just fantastic. A better group of people you will not find anywhere!

There is no doubt So Cal has the best piano parties!

Norbert, for having attended the last two So Cal parties I hereby make you an honorary member of the Pianoworld, Southern California Chapter, party animals (Hereafter referred to as the PSCCPA)! The absolute greatest group of party animals on this forum!
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#921729 - 01/18/04 09:58 PM Re: Penny's Piano Party
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Thanks guys! It was so much fun. How much fun was it? I took a four-hour nap today!!! Now that's serious fun.

As for Juliet, my teacher, isn't she a hoot? Her CV says:

-- Piano performance major at the prestigious Eastman School of Music. She has also studied at New England Conservatory, Oberlin Conservatory, and Germany's Frieburg Conservatory.
-- A bachelors' degree in psychology, specializing in childhood development, from the University of Rochester.
-- She has a Master's Degree in occupational therapy from Boston University specializing in treatment of hand injuries, particularly for musicians.
But don't worry, she doesn't take herself too seriously!

Some of you witnessing her groveling at my feet might have guessed that! (I helped her start a humor column for the local paper. So she's a pianist who writes and I'm a writer who plays piano.) Anyway, we're lucky to find a teacher who relates to all four of us at completely different levels.

And Kenny, you sounded really amazing, too! We've been doing these parties for three years now and you've grown so much as a pianist (expensive teachers are sometimes worth it!). You were so good, I wanted to put a tip jar out there for you (but then again, I didn't want to scratch my piano finish).

As for the home, we feel really blessed to find such a New England-style treasure (with a big back yard that nobody could see in the dark) in Orange County. For the record, we are on the wrong side of the road (across from a very tony, guard-gated community). Then again, we don't care!

penny

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#921730 - 01/18/04 10:05 PM Re: Penny's Piano Party
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Just to make it official: Friday, the Housebound and their little ones had a great time last night.

I love the way traditions and relationships are developing through our annual PW parties. Name tags, chocolate yummies, and pile ups are just as importamt to me as the music and the faces of friends. It's too bad everyone couldn't come.

Penny, thank you for offering your beautiful home and piano for our enjoyment. I hope you and your family have many happy memories in SJC.

And Norbert, maybe in some future PW gathering we will be treated to your daughter's boogie-woogie...?

Happy Monday everyone!
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#921731 - 01/18/04 10:29 PM Re: Penny's Piano Party
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Wow, it's hard to think of what to add to the great descriptions above.... but I do feel I should clear up one little thing mentioned by Kenny and give credit where credit is due.

The piece I played was highly improvised, but at it's core not an original composition. Actual credit for segments of the core melody goes to Ryuichi Sakamoto for "Merry Christmas Mr Lawrence". Briguy65 correctly realized that he had heard it somewhere before.

Going back to the subject of the party, it was really great to see everyone again. Though our times together have totalled only few hours, I sense growing friendships. Sometimes I wish we were all neighbors and could get together whenever we feel like it.

Oh, and Norbert was quite the guy for overcoming great obstacles and making the party anyway.

I hope Joy and I will have a party-worthy grand sometime in the near future. I've had my eyes open for one since I first moved to the region. One failed attempt to buy a golden era Knabe A , but the owner decided to keep it. But sooner or later something will come up.

Regards,

Rick Clark
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#921732 - 01/19/04 12:24 AM Re: Penny's Piano Party
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I am so jealous! It sounds like it was a blast. Thanks for sharing!

\:\) Jodi

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#921733 - 01/19/04 01:09 AM Re: Penny's Piano Party
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I just got back home and simply like to say...

"DANKESCHOEN"!![/b]......

..... for a most wonderful party and an even more gracious host!!

It was a real pleasure to meet so many [old] friends again and share in our common obsession......guess,guess \:D

Also very special thanks for John C who took me all the way back to the front door of my hotel in Anaheim and made the return trip a lot easier than getting there.......

Penny, we always knew and may I confirm to all here again:

YOU'RE THE BEST!![/b]

[even better than your beautiful piano... ;\) ]

norbert \:\) \:\)
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#921734 - 01/19/04 09:16 PM Re: Penny's Piano Party
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It was an enchanted night, blessed by good friends, glorious food and wonderful music.

I carpooled with my friend Barbara, who in turn brought Trish. She and Trish are members of a local piano-playing group called Clavier, who get together to play and critique each other. They looked forward to the opportunity to share their pieces with an informal and friendly crowd. Hey, that's us!

We were greeted at the door by Penny and Mynor, our gracious hosts, plus Kenny, John C plus a slew of familiar faces, as many more poured in crowding around the food in the kitchen.

"Gawd, who brought that brie with fruit?"
"Ooooh, that eggplant..."
"Look, sushi!"

Music people know how to eat.

I made a mixture of julienned beancurd, marinated in garlic and black bean, atop stir-fried rapini, scallions, garlic and napa cabbage garnished with cilantro. A scoopful is wrapped with corn tortillas brushed with hoisin sauce. I borrowed some toasted red pepper pieces from Penny for added color to the dish. Chinese fajitas!


Penny pursued everyone with marking pen in hand, labeling all our drinking cups with our names. Good idea. Then Friday, her Housebound and family arrived with lumpia, which Penny happily passed around. All you could hear for the first hour was munch munch, crunch crunch, it was all THAT good.

After about an hour, Penny commented "Hey. This is supposed to be a PIANO party!"

After a quick moment of silence, Barbara approached the Schulze-Pollmann grand and started with a series of Bach pieces from the WTC. She returned again during the course of the evening with a Chopin Mazurka and a Scarlatti piece. Her friend Trish followed with Scarlatti and Bach.

Kenny did Bach and Chopin throughout the evening. Juliet (Penny's teacher) played some amazingly complex pieces -- gads I wish I took notes, no pun intended -- with great panache. Later Niles got lost, deep into Beethoven several times. I think he beamed himself off the planet and left us while he was in Appasionata Sonata mode. We all enjoyed it.

Brian (aka BriGuy who owns a Kawai, RX-2) brought several pieces to try out on Penny's piano, including a lovely Chopin waltz.

John de Lurker graced us with a return visit after appearing at John C's Piano Party a year ago, and showed us how vastly he improved since his debut. I can't believe he still doesn't have a acoustic piano yet. His fingering had increased assuredness. Beautiful jazz pieces!

The children performed too! Penny's Jonathan continues to improve his piano playing, while his younger sister composed a special "Jingle," and 9-year old Denise (another student of Juliet's) charmed us with her pieces.

Mynor played a sensual slow piece -- a Chopin Nocturne, I believe.

Then Penny did Gershwin's Second Prelude, which I haven't been able to get out of my mind since we left the party. Two years ago, I once heard that same piece arranged for trumpet, french horn and saxophone. I've always been enthralled with the harmonics of that piece, and its similarity to a Chopin piece Max is currently working on.

Norbert arrived later, and delighted us with his boogie woogie. He demonstrated some of the pieces he grew up with -- Handel or early Bach, I think -- then demonstrated how American music just comes more easily to him. Laughter all around.

Later, when the party was down to a few folks, John C slipped onto the Schulze Pollmann quietly to play some soft rock and roll, which the rest of us immediately sang along with from the kitchen and dining room. We couldn't help ourselves.

Then Kenny coaxed Rick to play something, and he improvised on a Ryuichi Sakamoto melody in a style that was reminiscent of "Clair de Lune." He was the only person who played "in color," another aspect the Schulze Pollmann grand can deliver to great effect.

Many thanks to Penny, Mynor and family for allowing us to play on their wonderful piano --- which was well up to the myriad piano styles that emanated from it. It truly sings! This was one of the Best Piano Parties yet!

And just wait until you see our Piano Pile-Up Group Photo.

Joy



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#921735 - 01/19/04 09:35 PM Re: Penny's Piano Party
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Penny,

I am so bummed that I could not get there. Cathy Harl and I both really wanted to be a part of it.

Anyway, it sounds like a classic! Glad to hear it was such a blast. \:\)
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#921736 - 01/19/04 10:17 PM Re: Penny's Piano Party
Bernard Offline
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Loc: North Groton, NH
Oh Boy! Oh, man. It sounds like the most wonderful party. Isn't it wonderful that Piano World has prompted these parties into existence! It's so exciting. And we're going to have to find a way for East to meet West one of these days!!
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#921737 - 01/19/04 11:06 PM Re: Penny's Piano Party
JohnC Offline
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Registered: 03/10/02
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Loc: Lower Left Coast
Joy,

You remembered all that without taking notes?

Can I take you to some of my meetings at work? I don't get details that good even with notes!
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#921738 - 01/19/04 11:12 PM Re: Penny's Piano Party
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Loc: San Juan Capistrano, CA
Yeah, Joy, about those photos ... even people who don't (yet) belong to PW are waiting with baited breath!!!! ;\) (not to mention a certain host and hostess).

penny

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#921739 - 01/19/04 11:14 PM Re: Penny's Piano Party
Penny Offline
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Oh Rich! It broke my heart that I did not get your SOS email until the next day (I kept checking up until about 7 p.m.). Next year, for sure, right?

penny

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#921740 - 01/19/04 11:26 PM Re: Penny's Piano Party
kenny Offline
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Joy
Pick the one that only shows one of my chins
\:D

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#921741 - 01/19/04 11:28 PM Re: Penny's Piano Party
kenny Offline
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 Quote:
Originally posted by Penny:
Yeah, Joy, about those photos ... even people who don't (yet) belong to PW are waiting with baited breath!!!! ;\) (not to mention a certain host and hostess).

penny [/b]
Yeah, come on Joy, Hurry up! ;\)

As Norma Desmond, or a drag queen, might say, " Da Vourld Ez Vaeeting."

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#921742 - 01/20/04 12:36 AM Re: Penny's Piano Party
Joy Offline
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Loc: Encinitas, CA
A postpartum note: I deleted all those nasty red X's




Click here: Penny\'s Piano Party 2004

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#921743 - 01/20/04 12:38 AM Re: Penny's Piano Party
Joy Offline
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Loc: Encinitas, CA
Red X's be gone!!!!


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#921744 - 01/20/04 12:40 AM Re: Penny's Piano Party
Joy Offline
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#921745 - 01/20/04 12:44 AM Re: Penny's Piano Party
RKVS1 Offline
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From here, Joy, its displaying only multiples of the "dreaded Red X "

Bob

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#921746 - 01/20/04 01:08 AM Re: Penny's Piano Party
Joy Offline
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Loc: Encinitas, CA
Thanks Bob.

Sorry about that, folks. I did one more geekytweak but I got impatient.

Here they are!

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#921747 - 01/20/04 01:08 AM Re: Penny's Piano Party
JohnC Offline
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Loc: Lower Left Coast
Joy,

I think the website housing the photos can only be accessed with a member password. But I'm no expert. Get gryphon on the case. He will have it solved in no time!

gryphon.........
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#921748 - 01/20/04 01:15 AM Re: Penny's Piano Party
Joy Offline
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John,

I suspect you are correct.

In the meantime, here's another way to view the photos --- it should work:


2004 Piano Party Pix

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#921749 - 01/20/04 01:49 AM Re: Penny's Piano Party
JohnC Offline
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Joy,

That link worked perfect!

My, what a good looking group! \:D
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#921750 - 01/20/04 09:42 AM Re: Penny's Piano Party
kenny Offline
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Joy, great job! Thanks.
I think a couple of people had left by the time we had our pile up.

Does anyone remember what Trish played?
I think it was a piece by Scarlatti.
It was very moving, and wonderfully played

And Joy, wasn't Barbara your son's former teacher?
It was amazing when she was sight reading, she sounded more polished than when I've worked on the same piece for two years.

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#921751 - 01/20/04 10:32 AM Re: Penny's Piano Party
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what a great looking group of people, gorgeous piano, and penny, i love your sense of style/decor.

i'll just have to wangle me a press pass for next year's NAMM so i can come to the party.

it looks like real friendships are born out of a virtual universe. isn't that great?
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#921752 - 01/20/04 11:09 AM Re: Penny's Piano Party
Larry Offline
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I wish I could come to one of these things... Maybe next year I'll try to go. A great looking group!

And Penny.......

you're a cutie!!
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#921753 - 01/20/04 11:56 AM Re: Penny's Piano Party
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Yes! That link worked fine. A very interesting looking group, too. On most of the photos, that beautiful red of the piano shines through very well too, although the grain pattern shows up clearly only on the picture of Penny playing. (Is that your "No Drinking at the Piano" card I see there right above C8?). I think she has another picture or two on the PW photo pages somewhere.

Penny, my son played the 3 Gershwin preludes at a recital last spring so I remember that piece with special fondness. I also happened to hear Joshia Bell (rhymes with "sp?" except its for the wrong word) play this on the violin, with piano accomp just 3 or 4 days ago on PBS. It does get into your system but you have to be careful. I was downtown Saturday and started walking to that slow mournful rhythm and 2 different little ol ladies offered to help me across the street. \:D OK, I'm sorry. I exaggerated that. There was only one and she was a "lady of the afternoon" who thought I was checking her out.

Sounds like it was a great gathering......the one in So.California, not the one in downtown Topeka.

Larry's right, of course. \:\)

Bob

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#921754 - 01/20/04 01:37 PM Re: Penny's Piano Party
Joy Offline
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Kenny: I think a couple of people had left by the time we had our pile up.

Me: True. There were many more. Sorry we missed corralling the rest of the Party Attendees--- and you all know who you are.....

________



Kenny: Does anyone remember what Trish played? I think it was a piece by Scarlatti.
It was very moving, and wonderfully played.


Me: Definitely Scarlatti. I'll see if I can find out what number or name. He wrote so many Preludes!!!
________


Kenny: And Joy, wasn't Barbara your son's former teacher?

Me: Not exactly. Barbara is indeed a piano teacher, but not Max's. We met her a few years back during our own piano safari. We answered her ad when she put her one-year-old Petrof vertical up for sale. She had just purchased a used Petrof grand. She was moved by the way Max played Bach, and how much Max clearly loved his work. We became fast friends and stayed in touch. Later on, she referred Max to her own piano instructor, Dr. Peter Gach of Palomar College.

[A tangent for Penny: I wonder if Juliet knows Jennifer Canfield (now Marakovits). She attended Eastman too. Jennifer was Max's first piano teacher, and a most excellent one!]
________


Kenny: It was amazing when she was sight reading, she sounded more polished than when I've worked on the same piece for two years.

Me: I'm always in awe of those who can sight-read, and I've told her so. She in turn tells me it amazes her to behold people who can memorize pieces.

Kenny, YOU were pretty amazing yourself. Your rendition of that Chopin piece --- aka THE-Nocturne-Everyone-Knows --- was awesome.


:p

Joy

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#921755 - 01/20/04 04:32 PM Re: Penny's Piano Party
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Larry said:

"Maybe next year I'll try to go"[/b]

That means:

I'll have to bring Steve C. for sure...if need in.......

..... HANDCUFFS!![/b] \:D \:D

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#921756 - 01/20/04 04:43 PM Re: Penny's Piano Party
Joy Offline
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Norbert,

I'll bet Steve would rather hide out in Mexico. That's what he did this year...

;\)

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