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#2686975 - 11/04/17 01:11 AM Re: OT, Tell us about yourself [Re: schinl]  
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Originally Posted by schinl

Omg! I know you, even though we were not formally introduced I know your name from the calligraphy circles. I wish I did meet you at IAMPETH and Letterworks. Wasn't those fun? Aren't Julian and Sheila awesome?
How interesting to find another calligrapher in a piano forum! I always think the two are quite similar.. lots of scales and drills.. lots of muscle memory.. appreciation for our fine tools.. and the same wonderful sense of satisfaction when one nails a piece or writing just right. I am glad you're starting this journey with me, too! Will you be joining the Recital #48?

Next time I see you, I will definitely introduce myself. Hoping to go to Seattletters this July. I don't have a piece ready for Recital 48. After I got back home from Letterworks, I did submit one for 47 (my first!), and then things got so busy over the summer that I didn't have time to prepare a new piece, and hardly got any time at the piano, but I'm working on it again. I'll have to set my sights on 49. I'll look forward to hearing yours in 48!


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#2688463 - 11/10/17 12:37 AM Re: OT, Tell us about yourself [Re: mr_super-hunky]  
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Hi everyone,

Just joined 3 days ago. 48 y/o male, playing for 2.5 years. About a month ago something strange happened....I couldn't stop thinking about Piano and now have started to try to practice properly (instead of goofing off from time to time. Which I still do in amongst the practice laugh ) The amount of satisfaction I'm getting from playing is insane.
Years ago I used to play drums & percussion so I'm not too bad with the rhythmic side of piano.
Here in Sydney I teach Media Art & film editing and I run an artist run DIY film lab where we hand process 16mm film. Experimental film and music is my thing! Musically I'm crazy about Bach. Otherwise I gravitate mostly towards alt rock/punk/avant garde. Mind you also in the last month I've been returning to a bit of jazz.
Super excited to have found this forum. I just spotted all the amazing links in the Adult beginner's forum. So GOOD yippie


So I say:

I have adopted this and made it my own: [clap clap]
Cut back the weakness, reinforce what is strong. [repeat]

[guitar solo]
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#2688486 - 11/10/17 03:34 AM Re: OT, Tell us about yourself [Re: mr_super-hunky]  
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Welcome HC110. It seems we share a similar problem - too many genres! I also like classical, jazz and all types of rock. It's sometimes hard to focus. Enjoy the forum ....lots of great resources here.


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#2688487 - 11/10/17 03:41 AM Re: OT, Tell us about yourself [Re: mr_super-hunky]  
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Hi HC110 and welcome to our little band.


Problems with piano are 90% psychological, the other 10% is in your head.

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#2688506 - 11/10/17 06:39 AM Re: OT, Tell us about yourself [Re: earlofmar]  
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Originally Posted by cmb13
Welcome HC110. It seems we share a similar problem - too many genres! I also like classical, jazz and all types of rock. It's sometimes hard to focus. Enjoy the forum ....lots of great resources here.

Thanks! I know what you mean. So much good music around though.

Originally Posted by earlofmar
Hi HC110 and welcome to our little band.

Thanks. Happy to be on board


So I say:

I have adopted this and made it my own: [clap clap]
Cut back the weakness, reinforce what is strong. [repeat]

[guitar solo]
[fade over incoherent yelps]
#2688651 - 11/10/17 05:49 PM Re: OT, Tell us about yourself [Re: mr_super-hunky]  
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Welcome. You’ll find a nice group here. I’m another rock fan as well.

#2688743 - 11/11/17 05:26 AM Re: OT, Tell us about yourself [Re: mr_super-hunky]  
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Hello everyone I am quite new here. I took delivery of a new Roland digital piano last week as my old one was one of the earliest Yamaha Clavinovas of the late '80s. As I have taken up piano again seriously in retirement after two considerable breaks (first break about 15 years second break 5+ years) I decided I needed to upgrade and have a really good piano as a retiremnt present for my twilight years. Golden years I should say... I am English born and raised, now been living in Australia 30 years currently just outside Sydney in the foothills of the mountains. I have two cats, a Siamese and a rescue tabby. I am not having lessons at this stage as I had about three years of lessons when I first learned in my late teens and I have the discipline and knowledge of how to play/learn and have been reading music since around age 9. I don't really want the expense or expectation and sense of pressure that I would feel with lessons, I would not find it so relaxing or enjoyable as I do now. My other passions are my garden, reading, and yoga practice. I love my home and just pottering about, no family here, don't have many friends or socialise much, quite reclusive really. Just glad to kick back and be with myself after 47 years of work. Mostly I play some classical pieces and I love Bach, baroque and religious music, Handel etc. not religious, just find the music moving. I also attempt some easy arrangements of popular old style songs, film music etc. have just ordered a book of scales and Hanon exercises from Book Depository (generally cheaper than Amazon) and bpught a book of relatively easy arrangements of carols and other Christmas songs this week so plenty to keep me busy! Thank you for your interest everyone and good wishes to you all for satisfying and inspiring piano playing. Bye for now.


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#2688930 - 11/12/17 03:48 AM Re: OT, Tell us about yourself [Re: mr_super-hunky]  
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reading what other adult beginners go through has been very encouraging for me. specifically, it confirmed how tough it is to find a compatible instructor who can actually assist a grown up with formed musical preferences in their development. did better before finding a teacher, than the two months or so of lessons, and again now after she fired me. approx. 10-11 months ago started putting in 80- 130 min. every night at the piano (w/o an instructor), resigned to a long, slow haul to get to intermediate proficiency. reached a break through last night, just the third or fourth read through of the Kempf transcription for the Bach chorale BMV 147, not easy for smaller hands like mine, but could hear that it's now within my capability. may all of you find fulfillment in your musical journeys.

#2688965 - 11/12/17 11:32 AM Re: OT, Tell us about yourself [Re: mr_super-hunky]  
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Bach_ingMaddie, you no doubt learned the basics of technique when you had lessons as a teen and are putting those to good use now. Don't totally discount seeking out a teacher at some point in the future. Teachers have much to offer, especially if one feels they've hit a wall and need some new input to take things to the next level. You'll know if you've reached that point.

You mention being a bit of a recluse, that you enjoy your home and your other interests. I'm the same way--BUT--it's worth seeking out live music (especially piano) performances in your area. These can be very expensive (major, metropolitan orchestras), but there are plenty of lesser recitals and performances that are free or have only a nominal charge. Local universities and churches often have recitals open to the public. Music performed live is always something special and the performers appreciate having an audience.


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welcome back Bach_ingMaddie laugh. Always great to hear another person in NSW has joined as there are so few of us here.


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#2689051 - 11/12/17 07:55 PM Re: OT, Tell us about yourself [Re: Bach_ingMaddie]  
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Originally Posted by Bach_ingMaddie
I am not having lessons at this stage as I had about three years of lessons when I first learned in my late teens and I have the discipline and knowledge of how to play/learn and have been reading music since around age 9. I don't really want the expense or expectation and sense of pressure that I would feel with lessons, I would not find it so relaxing or enjoyable as I do now.



Hi, I'd say welcome but as I've only here a week that seems somewhat presumptuous smile

Interesting what you say about getting a teacher. I've also come to the same conclusion and am teaching myself. I was a full time drummer/percussionist in a previous life and my undergrad degree is in music. I feel I know what it means to practice an instrument. In fact at this point I think I'm better at focus and practice then I've ever been. The other thing is that I've been saturated in music all my life and had an extended period where I worked as a professional musician. The result being (call me a grouch) that I know the sort of music I want to play or perhaps more correct to say, I know exactly what I don't want to play!

Anyway, just wanted to say +1 for self-teaching!

But in most cases....clearly a teacher would be appropriate.
Best!


So I say:

I have adopted this and made it my own: [clap clap]
Cut back the weakness, reinforce what is strong. [repeat]

[guitar solo]
[fade over incoherent yelps]
#2689129 - 11/13/17 09:35 AM Re: OT, Tell us about yourself [Re: mr_super-hunky]  
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Thanks everyone. Stubbie, right now I just dont want to have to show up for anyone at a given time and do what they want. I have all but stopped work now and am luxuriating in freedom. Just do a little work every other weekend for the next year or so. I might consider professional guidance down the track but right now I want to get back up to where I was when I left off in my twenties. There is a church near me that puts on recitals now and again, beautiful Bach organ music at Easter I went to. Not much pure piano around here that I can attend and Sydney Opera House is expensive and a two hour trip each way. EarlofMar, didnt realise you were from Oz. yes this does seem to be mainly a U.S. forum. HC110 i played recorder from age 9 then did two or three years of music theory and singing at high school and a year of violin. I really need to get into some deeper understanding of chords and scales and how music is structured so am looking for a good theory book. Playing for ourselves and learning under our own steam we really can feel we are doing it for ourselves and not someone else and for someone of my nature that is hugely important. I am the same way with work, I like to work on my own out in field rather than with others and being micromanaged. Drives me bonkers.


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#2689235 - 11/13/17 04:07 PM Re: OT, Tell us about yourself [Re: mr_super-hunky]  
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Hi all! I just joined up here. I took piano lessons when I was in school, but these days I just play on my own when I have time for it. I own a digital piano which has a dodgy pedal that squeaks when I push it frown . I love playing classical music! My main complaint about it is that my tiny hands can't reach a lot of the chords! Aside from piano, I enjoy birdwatching, chess, modern boardgames, and twisty puzzles (relatives of the Rubik's cube).

#2689277 - 11/13/17 07:23 PM Re: OT, Tell us about yourself [Re: mr_super-hunky]  
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welcome aboard pianoduck


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#2689367 - 11/14/17 05:31 AM Re: OT, Tell us about yourself [Re: mr_super-hunky]  
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Hello Pianoduck good to see you I have only been on here a week or so myself. Re your squeaky pedal, my old Yamaha Clavinola (late 80s model CLP250) was doing that, and sort of clunking a bit. Check the balancing screw between the pedals and perhaps screw it down a bit further if it is not touching the floor, it should rest on the floor to stabilise the pedal mechanism. Screwing mine down helped a bit. I had a dodgy low A key as well so I upgraded a couple of weeks ago to a Roland as it would have cost more to service the Yamaha than it was worth. Just check the screw and I also gave it a little gentle spray of WD40 underneath where it enters the casing. I like playing classical as well, as well as some easy arrangements of popular songs, old standards. How advanced are you? I am about Grade 3 pushing at Grade 4. Hesitantly!


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#2689487 - 11/14/17 03:13 PM Re: OT, Tell us about yourself [Re: Bach_ingMaddie]  
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Thank you for the advice, I will take a look at the pedal and try out your suggestions!

I'm not sure how advanced I am since I never took exams. I had a look at a list of graded repertoire online and based on my current pieces I would say I am around grade 7-8. Currently I am learning Chopin's Op 64 No 2 waltz, putting finishing touches on Bach's Gigue from Partita No 1 and Beethoven Op 10 No 3, 3rd movement. I am also playing a few easier pieces just for something quick and fun to work on. In the past I learnt quite a bit of Beethoven, now I am expanding my repertoire a bit and would like to learn a Mozart sonata one day!

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Originally Posted by pianoduck
Hi all! I just joined up here. I took piano lessons when I was in school, but these days I just play on my own when I have time for it. I own a digital piano which has a dodgy pedal that squeaks when I push it frown . I love playing classical music! My main complaint about it is that my tiny hands can't reach a lot of the chords! Aside from piano, I enjoy birdwatching, chess, modern boardgames, and twisty puzzles (relatives of the Rubik's cube).


I can't believe that you chose to omit the key fact that you are a duck.


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Originally Posted by pianoduck
Hi all! I just joined up here. I took piano lessons when I was in school, but these days I just play on my own when I have time for it. I own a digital piano which has a dodgy pedal that squeaks when I push it frown . I love playing classical music! My main complaint about it is that my tiny hands can't reach a lot of the chords! Aside from piano, I enjoy birdwatching, chess, modern boardgames, and twisty puzzles (relatives of the Rubik's cube).


If you get (re)hooked as an adult like I did, might be good to start saving up a fund for when you want to buy a better digital, then an even better digital, then you decide that maybe its time for a hybrid, then a small grand, then finally you figure out that what you really want is that concert grand at home. smile

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Originally Posted by Whizbang
Originally Posted by pianoduck
Hi all! I just joined up here. I took piano lessons when I was in school, but these days I just play on my own when I have time for it. I own a digital piano which has a dodgy pedal that squeaks when I push it frown . I love playing classical music! My main complaint about it is that my tiny hands can't reach a lot of the chords! Aside from piano, I enjoy birdwatching, chess, modern boardgames, and twisty puzzles (relatives of the Rubik's cube).


I can't believe that you chose to omit the key fact that you are a duck.


Oops haha! Yes, it's quite difficult to play the piano with webbed feet!

Originally Posted by UnderConstruction
Originally Posted by pianoduck
Hi all! I just joined up here. I took piano lessons when I was in school, but these days I just play on my own when I have time for it. I own a digital piano which has a dodgy pedal that squeaks when I push it frown . I love playing classical music! My main complaint about it is that my tiny hands can't reach a lot of the chords! Aside from piano, I enjoy birdwatching, chess, modern boardgames, and twisty puzzles (relatives of the Rubik's cube).


If you get (re)hooked as an adult like I did, might be good to start saving up a fund for when you want to buy a better digital, then an even better digital, then you decide that maybe its time for a hybrid, then a small grand, then finally you figure out that what you really want is that concert grand at home. smile


Good idea! I'd love to have an upright. A grand piano would be amazing, but too good for an amateur like me haha. Even my teacher didn't own a grand!

#2689636 - 11/15/17 02:03 AM Re: OT, Tell us about yourself [Re: mr_super-hunky]  
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Hi PianoDuck!
Welcome to the forum. I hope you will realize that you are "good enough " for any piano. Your choice should be based on space, $$$$, and what makes you smile to play it. How well you play should not even be part of the question. Goodness, if how well I played was a consideration, I won't even mention what piano I should own.... and I'm not even sure they really make a one octave piano that I could play with one finger.


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Originally Posted by dogperson
Hi PianoDuck!
Welcome to the forum. I hope you will realize that you are "good enough " for any piano. Your choice should be based on space, $$$$, and what makes you smile to play it. How well you play should not even be part of the question. Goodness, if how well I played was a consideration, I won't even mention what piano I should own.... and I'm not even sure they really make a one octave piano that I could play with one finger.



Thanks for your welcome!

smile It would be good to have a baby grand some day, my current room would need serious rearranging to fit one though....for now I will content myself with dreaming about a nice upright piano. Or even a not so nice one!

#2690530 - 11/18/17 07:10 PM Re: OT, Tell us about yourself [Re: mr_super-hunky]  
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Hi Mr Super Hunky,
I am not new to Piano World, but I have been away for awhile. I have trouble with a consistent practice schedule, so I think my playing is at a stand still. My teacher is very patient, and I keep going for regular lessons. I have even thought of quitting lessons, but I am afraid that I will quit entirely. I think if I go and listen to some of the past recitals, I will get inspired to practice more regularly. Part of my problem is that it takes a lot of work to master a piece, and I get frustrated. Hopefully after the busy holidays I can get back to a more consistent practice schedule.


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