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Re: Alfred's Basic and ALL in One Adult Piano Course Book #3 [Re: Ohio_Mark] #2350637
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Originally Posted by Ohio_Mark
...almost done?


Ha ha! My assignment for the week was to work out the 16th-quarter bits. All of them and only them. I am working with an ipad rhythm trainer so that I get it just right.

I am starting to subdivide clock ticks into 1-e-+ *uh* two three.

I don't know what I'll do if my heart starts beating in that rhythm!


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How is the ipad rhythm trainer working for you? Are you using it for learning Fur Elise? My husband found a metronome on the web that seems better than the one I have on my DP.

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I didn't struggle with any rhythms in Fr Elise. But the dotted quarter-eight, and the dotted eighth-sixteenth and me--we go way back. I also mess up rhythms in Martha Mier on a fairly regular basis. I can almost always figure out what it is, and clap it, slap it, or tap it, but when I have to actually play different notes I muff up the rhythm. The trainer app is nice because it stays steady and right even down to the embarrassingly slow tempo which I sometimes need while my fingers learn where to go.


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Working on Laredo for the 2nd week - I wasn't playing the 1/8th note as an 1/8th.
Moving off Jazz Ostinato in C# Minor onto Moonlight Sonata. Pretty excited.

Also, working on the following:

Waterfront Jazz in Mier's Jazz, Rags and Blues #3 (2nd to last piece in the book)

3 pieces from Masterwork Classics 3 -
Sonatina in C and G major by LaTour
March Op 93,3 by Gretchaninoff
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I finally finished Book 3!!!!! Moonlight Sonata gave me the most trouble and what didn't help was I used the Henle version where the fingering is different and/or doesn't give fingering! I just wanted to learn from this version, plus it has the whole Sonata.

In all, it took me a little under 3.5yrs to go through all 3 Alfred Adult books. You could probably complete the series quicker, but I learned other pieces in between or in conjuction with the Alfred Adult books.

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congratulations monads that is a big accomplishment


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Congratulations monads! Did you learn all the pieces in the ambitious section too?!?
I'm going through some of them now, although I never finished the book. They're definitely intermediate pieces and I figure each one of them would take me at least 2-3 months!


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Congratulations and kudos for a job well done! That's an impressive accomplishment. It seems like not a lot of people make it through all three volumes. Just curious, any ideas what you have planned next in your piano journey? smile


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Re: Alfred's Basic and ALL in One Adult Piano Course Book #3 [Re: malkin] #2352809
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Originally Posted by malkin
The Chopin A maj. Prelude is my currently assigned ambition.
It requires a lot of new skills for me; I'm looking forward to a time when it will sound pretty!


Take a look at the big, rolled chord in the latter part of this piece. In my edition of AAIO Bk. 3, it shows an F (F5) (also shown at the bottom of the page with the tip on how to play it) to be played by finger 5 of the right hand.

In all the other versions I've seen of 28/7, this note is an E (E5) rather than an F. I play it with the E.


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That's pretty good time.


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i call it the paino because its where i put all my pain
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Thanks for the kind comments on finishing the series! Yes, I completed all the songs in the "Ambitious" section, even though I wanted to not finish Moonlight. LOL. For me Moonlight was just the most difficult, struggling/frustrating. It must have taken me like 3mos.

Next on the list is:
- Moonlight Sonata movements 2 & 3. I know this will take lots, lots of work. Not sure I'm up to it even though I've already started frown

- Toccata & Fugue in D minor by Bach. I want to go back and re-learn/play from the "Edition Peters" version. I remember some subtle note variances when comparing against Alfred's.

- Chopin Preludes, Henle edition. Not all of them of course, but a few more smile

- Czerny, Art of Finger Dexterity. At the discretion of my instructor. Right now I'm stuck on "Flexibility of the Left Hand". These pieces seem to take forever too, and are hard. I've only learned one other "Clearness in Running Passages". Haha.

- Masterwork Classics by Alfred Level 5-10??? I like this series, own them all and learned pieces in confunction while going through the Alfred Adult series. I don't think it makes sense to go back and start from earlier levels upon completing the Alfred Adult series though.

- Bartok Mikrokosmos. I'd like to complete the series to improve skills. I started and stopped but I'm going to have to re-visit now.


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Originally Posted by Ohio_Mark

Waterfront Jazz in Mier's Jazz, Rags and Blues #3 (2nd to last piece in the book)


That one took me quite a while.
Last week, my teacher suggested that I revisit it, because I might find it easier now. I'm afraid to look at it!


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Way to go monads.. An Alfred graduate!

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Quite an achievement. Congrats!


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Originally Posted by malkin
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Waterfront Jazz in Mier's Jazz, Rags and Blues #3 (2nd to last piece in the book)


That one took me quite a while.
Last week, my teacher suggested that I revisit it, because I might find it easier now. I'm afraid to look at it!


I think I am getting close. I am hoping to have it recorded to have it available for the next quarterly recital. I think I have my tempo up to speed just need to smooth out a few of the rough spots. Maybe another week (2 at most).


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Conversation at today's lesson:

Me: (introducing/apologizing for Prelude in A): The way I play this makes Chopin sad.
Teacher: He was always sad anyway.


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I started Book 3 at the beginning of the year and I'm now working on A Very Special Day and A Classy Rag. The first was easier than I expected but the second is a bit harder than I hoped it would be.

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Scorpio, very nicely done, love the background images definitely got me in the halloween spirit!!


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I am currently working on Toreador, Rock a my soul and Prelude in Eb Major. I found the most difficulty in play the triple sixteenth notes in Toreador.

Does anyone have a good youtube or other video they can recommend for learning to play trills? I have found a few that are OK. I have a tendency of getting tense in my hands. I don't want to strain my tendons.


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so...where does one go when they have finished this book? new to the forum, but finished this up a month or so ago, and started with a new teacher. but..the teacher really doesn't have me working in any books except for scales and such.

thanks.. I know it's an old thread.


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Hi krumpetina, what kind of music are you interested in playing? What does your teacher say about plans for where to go next?

I think that after the Alfred books, most people start learning pieces in the genre that interests them, and refining techniques and skills needed to play those pieces. Some people may focus more on "pieces, with technique as needed", while other people might focus on "technique, with pieces as needed to practicing ce technique", but some mix of technique and pieces is the usual pattern.

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Is anybody else working on this book? I just started it and I have a feeling it is going to be a lonely road!

Today I did "Super Special Sorta Song" which I actually like. I think the lyrics are stupid but the music is pretty good. I have difficulty playing the double notes. I also did "Calypso Rhumba". My teacher complimented me for playing it in a laid-back style and I explained that I was playing it as fast as I can!

My teacher wants me to select a piece from the ambitious section to work on. None of them appeal to me very much, but I am sure there is plenty of nutrition there. He is threatening to teach me "Fuer Elise" but I am keen to avoid that one.

My sister-in-law has now started taking piano lessons, and I expect that she will become my hated rival. I am not sure whether this is a good or a bad thing. She has a wonderful honky-tonk piano which she got for free, but she is studying with an ultraclassical teacher who does not like how it sounds. She is doing "Classics to Moderns" by Denes Agay and some sight reading exercises, so it will be interesting to see whether that is more effective than the Alfred's plunking chords approach.

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I'm thinking of looking at some of it this year, at least get through the theory stuff. I certainly won't go through the entire thing. I'm following the RCM syllabus now with my current teacher, so I'm focusing more on that. Coincidentally, she did bring up Fur Elise to me, but I don't think I'm going to start that again soon. My stretch piece right now is River Flows In You.


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I am only on page 35 (Festive Dance) in Book #2 but I already own Book #3 and the plan is to use it when I finish with All in One Adult Book #2. My son (both of our sons have master degrees in piano performance) is teaching me using Skype. I have a one hour lesson each week. I also work on a hymn arrangement from various books at the same time. I am an amateur Church music director and learning to play the hymns, even in simple arrangements, helps me with the rhythm when I lead singing.


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@bsharp Sounds good! I must say that I don't think there was much benefit to going through book 2 strictly in page order, because the difficulty of the pieces varies so wildly. I expect the same is true of book 3. Looking at the children's version, the songs in the adult books are taken from all over the place in Lesson Books 1-5. It's strange.

@David I also like hymns. But I only tend to enjoy playing ones I have heard before. At my level, most of the arrangements I can find are too difficult. (But there's a good version of Morning has Broken in Alfred's 2.)


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@Utkonos Our two sons both have masters degrees in piano and have played in Churches for more than 20 years (they started in their early teens). I have about 10 books that are at my level. Here are three books that I have been learning most recently:

Strong in the LORD by Rebecca Bonam published by Soundforth

Junior Hymnbook Book Three (this is part of a series which progresses in difficulty) - not sure if these a currently published but the publisher is Boston Music Company - I bought my set from an Amazon marketplace company in Nashville.

Playing for Church Intermediate Arranged by Harold Decou Published by North Valley Publications

We sing standard hymns in our Church - we all love them. We are older - at 66, I am a relative teenager in our Congregation. Our pastor is 87 and our pianist is 82. So I play hymns that we use in our Church services (can't play them for the service because they are too simple and I am busy leading the singing).


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@Utkonos - I think there are definitely more exciting pieces in book 3 compared to book 2. I may start with the Clementi one first.


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