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#1872426 - 04/02/12 09:35 AM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]  
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Good morning Griffin, I thought you knew that you will not be allowed to retire, you are too valuable, they will not let you go, ever. lol.

Pianojoy, Lugubrious is a large word that is mainly spoken in Ireland after many pints of guiness,only four people know its true meaning, and they have been lost in the mists and fog of time.

Does anyone like funny words? I like "flange" and "grommit" and "Nodule" and "pod"

I dont like these words "overdue" "decomposed" and " intestate"




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#1872438 - 04/02/12 10:02 AM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]  
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Originally Posted by Rostosky
Good morning Griffin, I thought you knew that you will not be allowed to retire, you are too valuable, they will not let you go, ever. lol.

Pianojoy, Lugubrious is a large word that is mainly spoken in Ireland after many pints of guiness,only four people know its true meaning, and they have been lost in the mists and fog of time.

Does anyone like funny words? I like "flange" and "grommit" and "Nodule" and "pod"

I dont like these words "overdue" "decomposed" and " intestate"


Hi Rossy! I must admit, it feels strange saying that word..."retirement". Maybe I'll just start a new career with you and others here on RST! However, i know better than to expect a paycheck! LOL!

Tonight's a big night for me, however. I'm going to perform my first piano solo onstage at an Open Mic in the theater where I work. I haven't done this since 1965 when I performed in a piano recital hosted by the local Piano Teachers Association.

I definitly feel ready to do this now. I'll let you know how it goes. Right now, I've taken the day off from work to relax and get warmed up for tonight! Anyways, I'll be around. Hmmm...I may be back shortly with a post.



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Okay, this is one of those times when you have no idea why a song just keeps floating around in your mind. for me it's this song by Dire Straits. Enjoy!





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And now floods of feedback! Thank you, everyone. That's very encouraging.

Rossy, I have decomposed those two songs and think explanation is now overdue. I'm will intestate (you have to say it fast) that those two songs do share a common harmonic progression but as a guitarist it's not all that uncommon. Jethro Tull's Things We Used To Know follows a similar pattern, though in the major key; these are both in minor. In light of recent discussions it might be worth pointing out that the chorus of the Italian one transitions to major in the chorus and uses both the common progressions of our recent topic, videlicet, I-vi-IV-V followed by I-vi-ii-V.

With a name like Piano Joy how can a funereal vocabulary enter the lexical interaction of the participants?

Griffin, I am delighted only that you read my posts. And heaps of good luck for your recital tonight! smile

This one does NOT share a harmonic progression with Pachelbel's Canon. Any similarity is tentative at best. There are pointers to Lennon's Imagine but it is more of a tribute. The progression, it seems, had been worked out prior to the lyric.

Peace and love.




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#1872466 - 04/02/12 10:57 AM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]  
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We all read your posts Richard!! not just Griffin, I think when a lot of posts happen very quickly it is hard to answer or comment on them all, especially so if the page has turned and we are on a new page...I find that trickiest.. or a better word from gollum "tricksey" ( tricksey little hobbitses they are)

If piano joy wanted she could win hands down on pharmaceutical words and terminology, it would leave us all asking what is that? lol

Griffin must not be wished g..d l..k methinks, he has practiced real hard and is ready, We should say a less dangerous "break a leg" instead. lol.

griffin, have you sorted out anyone to have this recorded for you and hopefully us?

I hope so, and reckon many others will hope so too!!!





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Rossy, dear chap, I think you may have misunderstood me, my expression to Griffin was that I'm delighted that my posts are read - and only that they are read - so there's no need for reciprocation. I was not saying that only Griffin reads them.

I'm aware of Piano joy's Greek pedigree; I was being facetious (as I was by including 'decomposed', 'overdue' and 'intestate' to your good self).

I was unaware of any musical superstitions. Break a leg for me has always been a theatrical term. I have neither used it nor heard it being used in a musical setting.

However, Griffin, I wish you well for your upcoming recital and I'm sure you will do very well.


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Piano Joy has no desire to enter a war of words with any of the fine folk on this thread.

Piano Joy only desires to listen to fine music (sometimes forced to listen to Kool and the Gang, not so fine), play piano, relax, perhaps have a margarita .


Richard, I think Shakespeare is very fortunate that you were not alive during his time! (I knew you were kidding...)

Griffin- ok, NOT good luck , we want videos!

Rossy- um. let me think......

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#1872501 - 04/02/12 11:49 AM Re: Rostoskys serious thread. (by request) [Re: Rostosky]  
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Richard no worries,I mis read what you said , my fault entirely, it can be read two ways though, and i got it wrong, apologies.( i thought to myself " I read them as well!")

Break a leg might be the best thing Just in case Griffins performance is theatrical.lol just to be on the safe side..

I dont want to worry Griffin at all in any way, or help him develop performance anxiety, but one has to consider the outside chance of an accidental theatrical performance...

When something is live.. anything can happen, in fact the more you believe that nothing will happen, the more likely something is to happen..

I believe that Griifin will nail it, even if a kid projectile vomits loudly in the audience due to too much popcorn and chocolate mixed with cherry soda.

What I mean is, I have done unexpected theatrical performances whilst just weeekly food shopping, one never knows, best to be safe.

I dont know if Griffin has practiced not being put off my the fat kid with ginger hair breaking wind loudly at a pp part of the piano piece, or if he has even worried about it just yet.

I am unsure if Griffin weighs up these possibilities.

I know one thing though, if there is a fat kid with ginger hair looking overly bloated in the front row, Griffin must just kill him before starting to play.

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Talking of fat ginger kids, the other day I was walking allong and I happened upon a kid that was sat on its bike, crying its eyes out.
Now, I dont actually like kids and would usually just run past and pretend I had something very important to do,and leave it to the next person that came allong that cared.

Fortunately on this day, it was sunny and warm And I was feeling good, because I had circumnavigated some people with collecting tins that were collecting for some unspecified charity, probably donkeys, scabby donkeys that have had a hard life and are crying because they cant even take kids on rides anymore, because they cant walk properly being much to elderly and decrepit.

Anyways, having successfully avoided being taxed by the rattling donkey tins, I saw this Fat ginger kid crying.

So I says to the kid "whats up little fat ginger dude?" And he says " me mum says I cant talk to strange men unless I bring her the money I get off them"


So I says "Kid, I aint going to lie, I am a strange man, but I aint going to hurt you or give you any money for anything including donkeys"

And the kid just fessed up and said "everyone bullies me"
And I said "surely not everyone?"

And the kid says "yes everyone, my mum, my dad, my teachers, the kids at school, the school dinner lady, the lollipop lady that crosses us over the road, the school nurse and nuns, they all bully me"

And as the fat ginger kid rode off on his pink tricycle, wearing his sisters training bra over his seventies tank top, with his green wellies squeaking in the summer sun, and his cub scouts shorts almost threadbare,

I thought, "life aint fair" and went and put 26p in the donkey tin.




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Especially for you, Rossy, for you generosity!
But 26p is a bit much.



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Hi Everybody! Thanks for the encouragement about tonight! I wasn't able to arrange for a recording this evening. However, I did get an acquaintance to videotape me performing the piece onstage at the grand piano in the theater a few weeks ago. I have not seen it yet because he is out of town doing singing performances.

He's promised to get me a copy as soon as he returns. I'm hoping to get that on You Tube as soon as this happens. Rossy, I may need a little help from you on how to set that up. I am a total novice with all of this new fangled stuff. This is one of those moments when my 35-year absence from piano and making music really shows up!

There is one downside to the video, however. Because of the way the camera was positioned, you won't be able to see my hands on the keyboard. At this point, I'll take what I can get. I don't have any of this equipment myself, and this guy was nice enough to help me out at no charge.

There is a possibility of a second chance of getting a a performance later this month at the theater. I have been asked to perform the piece at the annual meeting of a neighborhood organization in the same theater. I have agreed to do this. It is my hope that I'll be able to arrange a live taping of that performance.

Right now, however, I'm just trying to relax, get warmed up for tonight, and focus on my solo.

Richard, I am sure I will have plenty to write about after the performance tonight.

Piano Joy, I'll probably want that margerita after the performance regardless of how things turn out! I'll probably even play Kool and the Gang just to celebrate getting through it. I'll not subject you to that -- this time! laugh

It's about 6 hours to performance time! Excuse me while I do some gentle stretches and relaxation routines. I will check in again before I head to the theater!



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Originally Posted by griffin2417
I will check in again before I head to the theater!

Richard, notice how Griffin is playing piano BUT, in a theatre, so break a leg does count??

lol




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Originally Posted by zrtf90
Especially for you, Rossy, for you generosity!
But 26p is a bit much.



laugh LOVED IT! I posted before I saw this and Rossy's story. Perfect! I forgot to include some laughs with part of my preparations for tonight. This takes care of that! That's one of the many reasons why I continue hanging out at RST! Thanks folks!



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Originally Posted by Rostosky
Originally Posted by griffin2417
I will check in again before I head to the theater!

Richard, notice how Griffin is playing piano BUT, in a theatre, so break a leg does count??

lol


Okay Rossy, this counts as my second good laugh. A good laugh is about all I can do if the Ginger hair kid breaks wind, and vomits during my performance! laugh



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We'll accept it!

But if there's any osseous accidents of the crural kind I'm distancing myself!

In the meantime...



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Pm me griffin when you want the help with the video... anytime,you know that!




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Best of luck to you, Griffin2417! I'm sure you'll do well and your sense of humor should certainly help smooth out any distractions such as the little fat ginger boy, although I'm not sure of the meaning of "ginger".


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Sandy This is ginger, it refers to the colour of hair..
In the UK it is historically seen as not desirable probably because we never got over the viking longboats full of vikings with red hair....

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Originally Posted by Rostosky
Sandy This is ginger, it refers to the colour of hair..
In the UK it is historically seen as not desirable . . .


That is, until THE DOCTOR arrived . . . Psssssseeeewwwoooo! Dunn DuDun, Dunn DuDun,Dunn DuDun, Dunn DuDun, Ooooweeeeeeeoooooououououou . . .

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Originally Posted by Rostosky
Sandy This is ginger, it refers to the colour of hair..
In the UK it is historically seen as not desirable probably because we never got over the viking longboats full of vikings with red hair....

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I am pleased to report that the ginger kid never showed up during my performance, and I am pretty happy with how things went tonight! There were a few problem areas, however, I am satisfied with how I had anticipated them and managed through them without throwing off the entire performance. I felt I accomplished what I wanted.

What I didn't discuss earlier today is that the event was somewhat of a milestone at the theater. I was the very first classical pianist to perform at their monthly open mic sessions. The predominant number of young community artists perform rap music at these sessions! So this was kind of a big deal for me to see if there would be any receptiveness to classical piano music with this audience. I got a standing ovation! I am overwhelmed.

There is a lot of background about what led to this performance. However, I'm exhausted, and will have to save it to write later. Many thanks for all of the good wishes I've received here. It meant a lot to me going into tonight's performance.

Off to bed for me! Good night!


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Originally Posted by griffin2417
I am pleased to report that the ginger kid never showed up during my performance, and I am pretty happy with how things went tonight!

Well, I missed a couple of posts. So, I missed the opportunity to wish you for your recital frown But I've got the great opportunity to be the first one to congrats you!!! So...my heartiestiest congratulations for your success, Sir Griffin!!! We are all proud of your success! I'm getting too impatient to watch the recording of your performance!!! <jumping heavily>


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Congrats on your success, Griffin! I’m sure you deserved that great ovation. BTW, I’d like to know what music you played for this recital, Griffin.

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Excellent Griffin, well done, and if just one kid starts asking you questions...result.
PPP, OK, I forgot about Amy Pond, and shirley manson, but they are exceptions to the general "rule" lol.




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Griffin, I'm delighted everything went well. Here's another Ovation for you, this time of the six-stringed variety, played by Joan Armatrading.

Chill!




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Congrats, Griffin, I had no doubts !

Hope this one hasn't been posted before, woke up to it on my alarm :





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Well done Griffin, an achievement indeed!





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Griffin, can I ask you a question?




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Originally Posted by Rostosky
Griffin, can I ask you a question?


I'm back Rossy. You can either respond here or PM.



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In honour of Griffen's success, the King would like to sing a song to commemorate the event:



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