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carlyn-ng-6440's picture

5 solid reasons it is crucial for intermediate and advanced level pianists to incorporate beginner and early intermediate pieces into their practice:
1.Playing easier piano pieces will highlight weaknesses in your technique.
2.Playing through lots of styles make you a more versatile musician.
3.Easier piano repertoire will boost satisfaction and enjoyment of ‘just playing’.
4.Playing easier material will keep you motivated.
5.Lots of repertoire means lots of... See More

5 solid reasons it is crucial for intermediate and advanced level pianists to incorporate beginner and early intermediate pieces into their practice:
1.Playing easier piano pieces will highlight weaknesses in your technique.
2.Playing through lots of styles make you a more versatile musician.
3.Easier piano repertoire will boost satisfaction and enjoyment of ‘just playing’.
4.Playing easier material will keep you motivated.
5.Lots of repertoire means lots of variety. It stimulates your musical appetite!

#Repertoire #Lesson #Student #Teacher #Intermediate #Advanced

gavin-koh-6941's picture

Come join me on my channel where I sight-read and play all kind of piano pieces.If you have a song request, let me know on my Channel or below.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YdH-__JpWiE

linette-choo-13201's picture

Designed a LEGO piano for his wife. That is a pretty awesome story. Women appreciate thoughtfulness, and this is definitely it. Amazing work!

#Lego #Grandpiano #Model

adelynn-khoo-6442's picture

Debussy playing Clair de Lune (recorded in 1913) 👍🏻
This is a recording obtained by PIANO ROLL made by Debussy with Mary Garden.

The playing of many pianists and composers is preserved on reproducing piano roll. Gustav Mahler, Camille Saint-Saëns, Edvard Grieg, Teresa Carreño, Claude Debussy, Manuel de Falla, Scott Joplin, Sergei Rachmaninoff, Sergei Prokofiev, Alexander Scriabin, Jelly Roll Morton and George Gershwin are amongst the composers and pianists who have had their... See More

Debussy playing Clair de Lune (recorded in 1913) 👍🏻
This is a recording obtained by PIANO ROLL made by Debussy with Mary Garden.

The playing of many pianists and composers is preserved on reproducing piano roll. Gustav Mahler, Camille Saint-Saëns, Edvard Grieg, Teresa Carreño, Claude Debussy, Manuel de Falla, Scott Joplin, Sergei Rachmaninoff, Sergei Prokofiev, Alexander Scriabin, Jelly Roll Morton and George Gershwin are amongst the composers and pianists who have had their performances recorded in this way.

#Debussy #ClairDeLune

gavin-koh-6941's picture

The greatest piano scam ever: that of Joyce Hatto. This is a very interesting documentary on how the many CD recordings of a pianist turned out to be fake! All out of love; the love of a husband to her dying wife.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cG5MxQTOThk

munyee-15634's picture

This is the kind of guy who says
I paid for the whole piano so I will play the whole piano
🤣
#Despacito #Noob #Expert #Epic

This is the kind of guy who says
I paid for the whole piano so I will play the whole piano
🤣
#Despacito #Noob #Expert #Epic

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Hi there! I'm Pearl and I'm currently working with The Prosecution Film Company (https://vimeo.com/thep). We are looking for a few Chinese female pianists (5-24 years old) for an upcoming insurance ad happening in Oct.

If keen, please email me at pearlceliacasting@gmail.com . I will send you more details there, thank you!

thepianosg-1's picture

This video looks at why Mozart is widely considered as a genius - the greatest musical genius to walk this Earth

Musical examples used include:
Mozart - Piano Concerto in C major, no. 21, Andante
Mozart - Eine Kleine Nachtmusik
Mozart - Piano Sonata in C major, K545
Mozart - Symphony no. 40
Mozart - Rondo alla Turca
Mozart - Flute and Harp Concerto, Movement 2
Mozart - 'Gran Partita' Wind Serenade in Bb
Mozart - Kyrie from the Great... See More

This video looks at why Mozart is widely considered as a genius - the greatest musical genius to walk this Earth

Musical examples used include:
Mozart - Piano Concerto in C major, no. 21, Andante
Mozart - Eine Kleine Nachtmusik
Mozart - Piano Sonata in C major, K545
Mozart - Symphony no. 40
Mozart - Rondo alla Turca
Mozart - Flute and Harp Concerto, Movement 2
Mozart - 'Gran Partita' Wind Serenade in Bb
Mozart - Kyrie from the Great Mass in C minor

#mozart #concerto #sonata #symphony #serenade #mass

thepianosg-1's picture

A YTP-style comedy video demonstrating the six levels of piano playing, featuring Jacob Collier, Jesus Molina, Justin-Lee Schultz, Jonah Nilsson, Chick Corea, and crowd favorite, Hiromi.

#JacobCollier #JesusMolina #JustinLeeSchultz... See More

A YTP-style comedy video demonstrating the six levels of piano playing, featuring Jacob Collier, Jesus Molina, Justin-Lee Schultz, Jonah Nilsson, Chick Corea, and crowd favorite, Hiromi.

#JacobCollier #JesusMolina #JustinLeeSchultz #JonahNilsson #ChickCorea #Hiromi

thepianosg-1's picture

This dude is the only one out of 7+billion people who actually knows how to use garageband

Blinding Lights on iPhone X using GarageBand iOS application.

#ios #iphone #garageband #arrangement

thepianosg-1's picture

Transformers - Arrival To Earth (Piano Version)
Piano Version by Patrik Pietschmann

This time I dedicated myself to the music of Steve Jablonsky. The track "Arrival To Earth" is probably the most popular music from the "Transformers" soundtrack.

#transformers #soundtrack #cover... See More

Transformers - Arrival To Earth (Piano Version)
Piano Version by Patrik Pietschmann

This time I dedicated myself to the music of Steve Jablonsky. The track "Arrival To Earth" is probably the most popular music from the "Transformers" soundtrack.

#transformers #soundtrack #cover #SteveJablonsky #PatrikPietschmann

thepianosg-1's picture

23-year-old musician, composer and multi-instrumentalist Jacob Collier explains the concept of harmony to 5 different people; a child, a teen, a college student, a professional, and jazz legend Herbie Hancock.

#JacobCollier #harmony #theory... See More

23-year-old musician, composer and multi-instrumentalist Jacob Collier explains the concept of harmony to 5 different people; a child, a teen, a college student, a professional, and jazz legend Herbie Hancock.

#JacobCollier #harmony #theory #student #lesson #HerbieHancock

thepianosg-1's picture

Steinway Artist Lang Lang performs Mozart’s Piano Sonata No. 16 in C, K. 545 on the Lang Lang Black Diamond Steinway Limited Edition. Sometimes known as the “Sonata semplice,” here the piece is revealed as a masterwork performed by a master artist.

#langlang #mozart #sonata... See More

Steinway Artist Lang Lang performs Mozart’s Piano Sonata No. 16 in C, K. 545 on the Lang Lang Black Diamond Steinway Limited Edition. Sometimes known as the “Sonata semplice,” here the piece is revealed as a masterwork performed by a master artist.

#langlang #mozart #sonata #steinway

thepianosg-1's picture

Nothing Else Matters.

"You know you're getting older when you would rather listen to your old favorite heavy metal songs played on a piano or cellos."

#YuvalSalomon #Metallica #cover

thepianosg-1's picture

Don't Stop Me Now.

"God I love her smile. It's so contagious. She is truly enjoying this. This is why you should do what you love to do folks. You shine when you're doing it."

#Gamazda #queen #cover

thepianosg-1's picture

Dance Monkey x (Piano + Loop Station) = Dance Monkey Piano Symphony

YouTube comments:
- "My piano teacher forgot to teach me how to play with my nose."
- "As a piano player i want to clearify that this is so damn hard to do"

Written by Toni Watson
Arranged, mixed and produced by Peter Bence

#PeterBence #cover... See More

Dance Monkey x (Piano + Loop Station) = Dance Monkey Piano Symphony

YouTube comments:
- "My piano teacher forgot to teach me how to play with my nose."
- "As a piano player i want to clearify that this is so damn hard to do"

Written by Toni Watson
Arranged, mixed and produced by Peter Bence

#PeterBence #cover #ToniWatson #loop

adelynn-khoo-6442's picture

Music? Why music, you say?

Well, friends, simply because there's been quite enough of those doleful sounds, as the great Ludwig van Beethoven might say, of infections and deaths from the coronavirus that is ravaging societies around the world.

What we need now, as the German composer declared in the Ode To Joy, that rousing finale to his well-loved Ninth Symphony, is some more "cheerful songs, full of joy".

Sounds of the triumph of the universal brotherhood of man, and... See More

Music? Why music, you say?

Well, friends, simply because there's been quite enough of those doleful sounds, as the great Ludwig van Beethoven might say, of infections and deaths from the coronavirus that is ravaging societies around the world.

What we need now, as the German composer declared in the Ode To Joy, that rousing finale to his well-loved Ninth Symphony, is some more "cheerful songs, full of joy".

Sounds of the triumph of the universal brotherhood of man, and music that speaks of the joys of life, friendship and togetherness, all so sorely missed in these days of lockdowns and isolation.

#covid19 #coronavirus #pandemic

gavin-koh-6941's picture

I finally released my 89 piece mega-work called "Scenes of Singapore". I completed this last year but was not on time for National Day, so I have kept it in stasis until 2020. For those who are interested, the entire collection comes complete with sheet music for viewing and playing directly from the video. The video clocks in at 2 hours 53 minutes and it was quite a challenge creating it.

Each piece is tied to a constituency of Singapore (based on the 2015 Election). The title of... See More

I finally released my 89 piece mega-work called "Scenes of Singapore". I completed this last year but was not on time for National Day, so I have kept it in stasis until 2020. For those who are interested, the entire collection comes complete with sheet music for viewing and playing directly from the video. The video clocks in at 2 hours 53 minutes and it was quite a challenge creating it.

Each piece is tied to a constituency of Singapore (based on the 2015 Election). The title of each piece starts with the first letter of the particular constituency. See the video below. I sincerely hope you love the entire collection as much as I enjoyed composing it. Please like, subscribe, and share. Thank you.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-JKrbh4_zfg