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Re: Alfred's Basic and ALL in One Adult Piano Course Book #1 [Re: Mark...] #2731235
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I’m doing that.


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And how your progress?
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🖐🏼 Right here. No teacher. At least not right now. Started this book at the beginning of July (2017) Currently on pg. 117, but I deviated over the holidays to simple seasonal songs.

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Originally Posted by Hitry Plan
And how your progress?
And motivation, of course

I am also without teacher. See my thread "two methods" on this forum.
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Originally Posted by Hitry Plan
And how your progress?
And motivation, of course

Pretty good on both counts. I have had an occasional problem with motivation because I’m lazy, certainly not because of the method. AND...........

I’m happy to report that I’ve completed “Blow The Man Down”. I honestly thought it was going to be impossible less than a week ago. 😎


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I'm going thru the AIO series without a teacher - maybe in the future after I move on...


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I'm making some slow progress. Up to Little Brown Jug. YouTube videos by tinymozart are helpful to hear what a selection should sound like, but I also like the gentleman on the YouTube channel Let's Play Piano. He goes over the piece before playing pointing out the features and dynamics etc.

I'm now 10 months into this journey. I think it's going pretty well so far.


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It looks like you are progressing well GidgetKeys. I’ve been learning for 11 months and finishing up “Rock It Away” today. I hope to compiles the book by mid June if all goes well.


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Currently polishing up "Why Am I Blue"- chord changes from measure 8 thru 10 and 2nd ending just a tad challenging, but doable - combining study of this piece with a review of previously worked pieces "Got Those Blues!", "Chasing the Blues Away" and "Blue for Winton Marsalis" for a real "Blues Fest" - trying to groove that Blues feel and sound...probably should have had more angst in my life...


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I’ve gotten thru “Cockels and Mussels” and happy to do so. There are some good skills in the lesson but not my favorite piece of music. I’ve done the chord lessons and looking forward to this Blues section. I hope everyone’s trip is moving along well.


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I got thru “The Can Can” and “The Marines Hymn” today. Light at the end of the tunnel.


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Sometime follower and reader of much of this thread, first time poster.

I am working on AAIO without a teacher (yet). Although, I have checked on teachers in my area and have a possible one if I decide to go that way.

I'm up to Beautiful Brown Eyes (BBE) and Alpine Melody...like them both. But, the block and broken chords of BBE is giving me a little trouble and making me work hard on them. I like to work on several pieces at one time instead of concentrating on just one song, makes playing more enjoyable. I also go back and go over older songs to make sure I can still play them correctly.

Another great source of songs is gmajormusictheory<dot>org. They have pdf sheet music and mp3s to download from Primer and Beginner levels up to Intermediate level 4.

Nice to be here and find a lot of info to help me (have made a list of several books and youtube sites to use). So, thanks for any help and a big thanks to Mark for starting this thread.


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Welcome casualObserver, it will be nice to have some company here.


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ugh..... Chiapanecas..... It's coming, but very slowly.


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Originally Posted by GidgetKeys
ugh..... Chiapanecas..... It's coming, but very slowly.


I’ll be on this one soon and was wondering about it.


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I'm now working on Over The Rainbow. I guess I am a slow learner since it seems to take me 4 to 6 weeks to get through these pieces now. I am currently being stumped by the arpeggios which just don't want to work yet. At least I have a teacher to help me through these. I am fortunate in that he is a man of near infinite patience. Otherwise I would probably be on my own.


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Over the rainbow was probably the first real song that required a good amount of effort (even if the name wouldnt make you think so), it took me a good 3-4 weeks 2 hrs/day. Try to play the arpegios very slowly and you will get it.

I am now on "singing in the rain", not my cup of tea but fine, ill learn it.... It will take me at least 2 more weeks, i also play the next song (Laura) to mix things up.

I think youll like "At last", very nice song. Thats the one i am playing at the recital.

Anyhow, good luck.

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I believe I had more UGH for “Little Brown Jug”. I getting “Chiapanecas” done tonight I do hope.

Finfan, I’d sure like to have the infinite patience that your teacher is blessed with. That has to be a major factor in climbing this hill successfully.

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He is definitely a great help. He also has a lot of professional experience. He says he turned down a chance to join Bruce Hornsby and the Range because he had decided to focus on his family and faith instead of touring. I am quite lucky to have met him.


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It just occurred to me that my previous statement might seem a bit odd on a Piano forum so let me add that my teacher's primary instrument is Drums. He was not offered Bruce's position!


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Ha. I figured it was a management type job. I seem Mr Hornsby in Charlotte a few years back. It was a very good show.


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I’m just about thru Jericho” and I’m doing “O Sole Mio” in pieces. I’m not having trouble but just don’t like it. I know that’s bad and it’s a really a good lesson. We roll on.


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wow, monkeeys, you've passed me! I'm still working on getting Chiapanecas up to speed and flowing smoothly (it's coming) and Auld Lang Syne is easier.

Do you master each piece completely before you move on?

just out of curiosity, I watched videos on O Sole Mio and Jericho. Both look somewhat challenging. I have a problem with speed still.


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Originally Posted by GidgetKeys
wow, monkeeys, you've passed me! I'm still working on getting Chiapanecas up to speed and flowing smoothly (it's coming) and Auld Lang Syne is easier.

Do you master each piece completely before you move on?

just out of curiosity, I watched videos on O Sole Mio and Jericho. Both look somewhat challenging. I have a problem with speed still.


Maybe “Chiapanecas” is to you what “O Sole Mio” is to me. Not giving you trouble as much as maybe you don’t like it. I’m working on improvement in that . I get to where I can play something 5 to 7 times without error before I turn a page and I keep some and polish. I’m still doing BTMD, those Blues songs, and “Dance” from PVL (The latter one was kinda tough) on a reg basis. When you get “Chiapanecas” you won’t have trouble with the other 2. I did Jericho from scratch to finish in an hour total time tho I kind of remember it in school or youth camp many, too many, years ago. It seems that you are moving along well so I don’t think you lack the ability. 😊

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I’m doing “Greensleeves” now and it’s my favorite so far. Stretches the hands out a bit.

GidgetKeys, it looks like we are the only ones in this section of the book at the moment. I’ve been reading back in this thread and on pages 210-220 there is a group doing the same and I got a few tips following them. You’ll enjoy the above mentioned tune.


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There’s an echo in here. I’ve extended practice time more now and I’ve got a rough draft of “Scarborough Fair” done with the Dm progression being fun to play. I hope to have it done tomorrow.

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I moved on from Chiapanecas (I probably should keep going back to it) but I'm working on O Sole Mio. I like the piece so maybe you're on to something, monkeeys, about how working on a piece you don't like can be problematic. I'm not having as much trouble with most of it but that arpeggiated chord is a little challenging. Just something new I guess. I may keep working on that but move on the next page too.

Looking forward it appears that Greensleeves is heavy on pedal. I've ignored that in the past because I don't have one. I guess I should make a trip to the music store...


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I was guilty of pedal neglect but these pieces sound so dry without it. The teacher on “O Sole Mio” pointed out that the first note of that arpeggio falls on the beat and the rest roll,out. I kind of thought of it as “falling in place” I guess but I kept that in mind and practiced it for a bit. You’ll get “Chiapanecas” I’m sure. It does get to the nerves after a bit. We’ve made it this far and I just don’t see anything from here on that can derail this ride. (Grateful Dead ref. intended)


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Working on "Greensleeves" now (along with pieces from 3 other books) - easy, likable arrangement...

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... We’ve made it this far and I just don’t see anything from here on that can derail this ride. (Grateful Dead ref. intended)


What is the Grateful Dead reference here..."derail this ride"? Was this part of the lyrics of one of their more popular songs, or something they were famous for saying during their live stage performances?


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I was thinking of the Brent Mydland tune “Tons Of Steel” from In The Dark. Not sure if that’s a lyric now that you mention it.


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