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munyee-15634's picture

Parent/Child combo - the original Beethoven Sonata Pathetique along with its modern child, Beethoven Virus. If you enjoyed this please go ahead and 👍 like this video!

#Beethoven #Pathatique #BeethovenVirus #Combo

carlyn-ng-6440's picture

Imagine it's your wedding. You're waiting for your bride infront. And she's walking towards you while playing this piece. You're having a teary-eyed cause both of you finally made it. Despite all the hardships, trials or anything, finally you're both here. Promising that you will forever cherish each moment from now on till the end. That's the highlight of life. ❤️

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Imagine it's your wedding. You're waiting for your bride infront. And she's walking towards you while playing this piece. You're having a teary-eyed cause both of you finally made it. Despite all the hardships, trials or anything, finally you're both here. Promising that you will forever cherish each moment from now on till the end. That's the highlight of life. ❤️

#BeautifulinWhite #CanonInD #Wedding #Love #Romantic #mashup

carlyn-ng-6440's picture

A very beautiful rendition of...
"Sakura-Sakura" (A Fantasy for Piano)
A melody from traditional Japanese song
Transcribed by Kozaburo Hirai

#Sakura #Japanese #Traditional

carlyn-ng-6440's picture

The gentleman on the piano and the young lady performed magnificently. Really cheer up my day!

#PublicPiano #LittleGIrl #MaryPoppins

mabel-ong-6441's picture

Just for Laughs:

What do you get when you drop a piano down a mine shaft?
Answer: A-Flat minor.

What would happen if a piano fell on you?
Answer: You would B-Flat.

#Jokes #Pun

carlyn-ng-6440's picture

This Erard grand piano was commissioned by Queen Victoria in 1856 and was intended as a showpiece to form part of the furnishings of The State Rooms at Buckingham Palace.
For Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, the piano was the centre of music-making at home and they installed pianos in the private apartments of all their residences. Together they played arrangements of overtures and symphonies, and accompanied each other in song. The gilded case is decorated in the French early... See More

This Erard grand piano was commissioned by Queen Victoria in 1856 and was intended as a showpiece to form part of the furnishings of The State Rooms at Buckingham Palace.
For Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, the piano was the centre of music-making at home and they installed pianos in the private apartments of all their residences. Together they played arrangements of overtures and symphonies, and accompanied each other in song. The gilded case is decorated in the French early eighteenth-century style with cherubs and singeries – comical scenes involving monkeys playing musical instruments and making mischief. Queen Victoria had owned a piano decorated in a similar manner almost twenty years earlier.

#Erard #QueenVictoria #1856 #BuckinghamPalace

michael-ls-6777's picture

Queen Victoria’s ‘Erard’ piano, loaned from the Royal Collection by Her Majesty the Queen, is heard for the first time outside Buckingham Palace at the BBC Proms.
A beautiful grand piano, beautiful piece 😍

#QueenVictoria #BuckinghamPalace #BBCProms... See More

Queen Victoria’s ‘Erard’ piano, loaned from the Royal Collection by Her Majesty the Queen, is heard for the first time outside Buckingham Palace at the BBC Proms.
A beautiful grand piano, beautiful piece 😍

#QueenVictoria #BuckinghamPalace #BBCProms #Chopin #StephenHough

carlyn-ng-6440's picture

One of the comment for this piece:
I remember that this piece was my parents' wedding song... However, they divorced soon after my brother entered preschool, and I felt very depressed at that time. Since I was also learning piano, I was told to learn this piece. And the surprising thing was that, it was my father, the one who wanted to leave the family, who told me to learn this piece for my mother as it was her favourite piano piece. This may be such a small gesture, but it showed me... See More

One of the comment for this piece:
I remember that this piece was my parents' wedding song... However, they divorced soon after my brother entered preschool, and I felt very depressed at that time. Since I was also learning piano, I was told to learn this piece. And the surprising thing was that, it was my father, the one who wanted to leave the family, who told me to learn this piece for my mother as it was her favourite piano piece. This may be such a small gesture, but it showed me that no matter what, he still cared and loved my mum... even after he left around 6 years ago, I still remember how to play this piece, and I don't think I will ever forget. ❤️

Music can touch that deepest portion of the soul where nothing else can reach....

#CanonInD #Love #WeddingSong

michael-ls-6777's picture

Music is one of the most powerful tools in activating the human brain.

#Brahms #Lullaby #baby #father #love

munyee-15634's picture

A good memory assist which works very well is having places to "hang your hat." Be able to start the piece from many different spots, not just from beginning. That way should something happen you have a place to be rescued to. That's not what you want to happen but it gives comfort knowing that and makes the piece much more secure being able to start it from many points.

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A good memory assist which works very well is having places to "hang your hat." Be able to start the piece from many different spots, not just from beginning. That way should something happen you have a place to be rescued to. That's not what you want to happen but it gives comfort knowing that and makes the piece much more secure being able to start it from many points.

#Memorising #Student #Practice #Teacher #Learning

munyee-15634's picture

Most important practice - slow practice.
Going slow is ingraining the correct notes consistently (hands to brain and brain to hands).

#Student #Teacher #Practice #SlowPractice

linette-choo-13201's picture

Happy Birthday to everyone ~
The basic melody - 0:27
The left hand - 1:16
Make it sound fancier - 1:52

#HappyBirthday

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If you take a chord in root position, for example the C Major Chord triad, it is made up of the 1st, 3rd and 5th intervals, so a C, E and G. If you play the 1st, 2ND and 5th intervals instead, suddenly you have a really beautiful sounding chord that you can use to add variety to your playing. This is called a Sus2 chord (Suspended 2nd) because you are suspending the 2nd interval into the chord, rather than the 3rd. You can then resolve the chord to the normal triad shape to create a nice... See More

If you take a chord in root position, for example the C Major Chord triad, it is made up of the 1st, 3rd and 5th intervals, so a C, E and G. If you play the 1st, 2ND and 5th intervals instead, suddenly you have a really beautiful sounding chord that you can use to add variety to your playing. This is called a Sus2 chord (Suspended 2nd) because you are suspending the 2nd interval into the chord, rather than the 3rd. You can then resolve the chord to the normal triad shape to create a nice finished sound.

#Chord #Trick #Student #PopPiano

adelynn-khoo-6442's picture

If every flight of stairs were turned into piano keys, there would be a lot more people in shape. 👍🏻

#PianoStairscase #Fun