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#2309746 - 08/01/14 09:40 AM August Piano Bar, drinks on the house  
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Mmmm, don't think I have ever opened the bar before. Just wanted to share this Philip Glass piece. I posted a thread with a fellow playing this on Marimba a while back and was so impressed with his playing went and learned it. As with most Glass pieces it's fairly simple and repetitious but I find it very meditative to play. It's fun to change the tempo and to play around stressing different notes.



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#2309763 - 08/01/14 10:47 AM Re: August Piano Bar, drinks on the house [Re: Peyton]  
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I have no headphones handy so can't listen yet (I'm in work), but I have also been working on this - inspired by the marimba version you posted. Mine is far from ready to post, but as you say it is very meditative to play. As excellent 3 against 2 exercise for me too.

#2309800 - 08/01/14 12:17 PM Re: August Piano Bar, drinks on the house [Re: Peyton]  
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Peyton - that doesn't actually sound too easy to me , keeping it going for 4+ minutes and controlling the dynamics seems plenty difficult to me. Well done.

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#2309818 - 08/01/14 01:52 PM Re: August Piano Bar, drinks on the house [Re: Peyton]  
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Last month I was able to visit my sister ladypayne in Alaska. We didn't have much time to play duets so this isn't the greatest, but enjoy!:)
Amazing Grace Piano Duet
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#2309919 - 08/01/14 06:12 PM Re: August Piano Bar, drinks on the house [Re: Peyton]  
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peyton: doesn't sound easy to me either but well done. Sounds pretty

here is a submission from me. I found a nice little tune by Martha Mier called Springtime in my heart.

https://app.box.com/s/w9a97x7spo01lqk3pqxh


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Nice one Peyton, what a great touch and sound you have


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#2309976 - 08/01/14 08:15 PM Re: August Piano Bar, drinks on the house [Re: Peyton]  
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Hey all, thanks for the feed back. When I said Philip Glass was simple I should have been more explicit. I meant a simple construction. I didn't mean simple to play (Although, let's face it... A Chopin nocturne is miles away tougher).



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#2309982 - 08/01/14 08:29 PM Re: August Piano Bar, drinks on the house [Re: Peyton]  
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Augustina, what a lovely duet. I love the way you both start off with a straight version and head off to a jazzier vibe. Were you both reading sheet music or ad libbing?

Ladypayne- a sweet happy piece! I'm sitting out on my patio, a frozen margaritta in hand a nice cigar with my speaker sitting out on the table... your playing is perfect!


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#2310027 - 08/01/14 11:22 PM Re: August Piano Bar, drinks on the house [Re: Peyton]  
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Here is my take on the hard-bop classic Minority by Gigi Gryce. This has earned me the dreaded sucking-on-a-lemon face from the teacher. And deservedly so. The complaint is not the beginning/ending/melody/block chords/arrangement or any of that stuff. The complaint is just with the linear solos at this speed, which are largely awful. So I am in the penalty box with remedial things to work on at different tempos. But the good news is that they are fun!



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#2310064 - 08/02/14 02:33 AM Re: August Piano Bar, drinks on the house [Re: Peyton]  
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I can clearly see how playing this can be so relaxing. Great job Peyton and really great moving pic video too.

#2310073 - 08/02/14 03:26 AM Re: August Piano Bar, drinks on the house [Re: Peyton]  
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Originally Posted by Peyton
Mmmm, don't think I have ever opened the bar before. Just wanted to share this Philip Glass piece. I posted a thread with a fellow playing this on Marimba a while back and was so impressed with his playing went and learned it. As with most Glass pieces it's fairly simple and repetitious but I find it very meditative to play. It's fun to change the tempo and to play around stressing different notes.


Peyton: Mesmerizing.. Very well played. smile I'll have a spritzer. grin

Well, here's my arrangement of another old/classic movie tune smile Dealing with sticky keys again but had fun anyway.

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Augustina & Ladypayne - these two pieces are so far from what I normally listen to, but hey what great uplifting happy music, thanks for sharing.

KenJazz - no lemon sucking face required, great arrangment as usual. The recording evokes a feeling of being in a jazz club in the late 50's and what could be better than that.
So in places your technique is a little behind your ideas, so what, it doesn't distract from the performance you have put together (love those descending glisssandos too). Lets face it , playing jazz aint easy and when you add a fast tempo, well, it really, really aint' easy.
I read your blog on this ,you put a lot of research in and it shows in the end product, kudos for that. (Also from your blog you mentioned Paula Shocron,never heard of her before but what a great jazz player she is - YouTube is my friend). Well done mate.

Elssa - one of your best I think, this tune and your style fit like a glove.

#2310102 - 08/02/14 06:01 AM Re: August Piano Bar, drinks on the house [Re: Peyton]  
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Here is one from me. My version and improvisation on My Funny Valentine, written by Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart in 1937.

https://app.box.com/s/ie949yonuicjfj76i37l


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Originally Posted by jazztpt
Here is one from me. My version and improvisation on My Funny Valentine, written by Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart in 1937.

https://app.box.com/s/ie949yonuicjfj76i37l



Jazztpt - Gorgeous tone and phrasing on this treatment of Funny Valentine! You've done two of my favorites in a row. I didn't get a chance to comment on That's All in July, but I really loved it. I have several recordings of that one in different styles (mostly latin), and always thought of it as a latin-influenced number. But you've given me some new ideas for it!

Thanks for the comments on Minority. This is definitely not a straight-line learning experience, and there are setbacks along the way that hopefully can lead to some breakthroughs.

I'm off to the Newport Jazz festival this morning! I should come back with a head full of ideas to try out...


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#2310130 - 08/02/14 08:03 AM Re: August Piano Bar, drinks on the house [Re: Peyton]  
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Not a piano piece, I'm singing with the choir here. It was an amazing experience. My roommate is conducting this and I'm the guy in the back on the right side.




Our choir teacher is so good that she managed to teach us to sing like this for only 2 years. When we started most of us couldn't even sing moderately well in choir. It's still not professional singing but it's certainly a beautiful sounding choir smile

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#2310140 - 08/02/14 08:36 AM Re: August Piano Bar, drinks on the house [Re: jazztpt]  
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Jazztpt,

Delightful rendition of Valentine. The little figure and chords around 1:47 or so took my breath away for a second and elicited a "oh my, how sweet is that!" moment.


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#2310155 - 08/02/14 09:21 AM Re: August Piano Bar, drinks on the house [Re: Peyton]  
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Ken- sucking on a lemon face be damned! Sounded pretty darned good to me.

Ellsa- I have always been a sucker for that song. Love those crossovers at the beginning.


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#2310163 - 08/02/14 09:37 AM Re: August Piano Bar, drinks on the house [Re: Peyton]  
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I may or may not have been working on this piece for the last nine months.

[video:youtube]8GOIjSbMMDw[/video]




Ok ok I haven't. It just sat on my iPad for that long.


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#2310195 - 08/02/14 11:18 AM Re: August Piano Bar, drinks on the house [Re: Peyton]  
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Peyton, nice mood, beautifully done! I always look forward to Glass stuff, and his music always works for me in movies. Watching you play, it strikes me that this must really be effective at strengthening your fingers too (not that I think you need it), an added bonus!

Augustina, Ladypayne, interesting reharmonizations on Amazing Grace! Nice teamwork! Family music making is one of the joys of life!

Ladypayne, very spirited rendition, fits the piece well. Good work!

Ken, that's a fascinating song. I have seen it in fakebooks but I don't remember hearing it before. I really enjoyed your performance. Fast tempos are tough! I found your blog very interesting - reminds me of how I have struggled with difficult songs, going through similar processes of listening to many recordings, finding ways to simplify, etc, - and after all that - the "sucking-on-a-lemon face from the teacher" that we all know so well. Oh well, I suppose that is what teachers are for, to keep prodding us to do better. Wish I were going to Newport - I understand Peter Martin is performing there. I have been working through some of his canned lessons online.

Elssa, lovely arrangement of a great old tune, complete with one of your patented endings! Good music!

Jazztpt, that was simply beautiful! You make it sound so easy, so relaxed, flowing so smoothly, but there is a lot going on harmonically and melodically. Wonderful playing!

Teodor, that was gorgeous singing, very moving. Is there an English translation?

Allard, OK, I don't know how long you worked on it, but you've mastered it. Nice piece, well played!

My piece this month is Close Enough for Love. This is a truly beautiful ballad written by Johnny Mandel (who also composed The Shadow Of Your Smile, Emily, the MASH song, etc). It is from a musical called Agatha, a romantic story about the love life of Agatha Christie. I only came across this song recently, and immediately became obsessed by its unusual harmonies. There is a wonderful video on YouTube of a vocal performance by Fleurine Mehldau, accompanied (ever so tastefully) on piano by her (genius) husband Brad. Tony Bennett also has an excellent recording.

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#2310298 - 08/02/14 04:33 PM Re: August Piano Bar, drinks on the house [Re: Peyton]  
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jazzpt, that is absolutely lovely! What a great feel you have for the piece.

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#2310316 - 08/02/14 05:18 PM Re: August Piano Bar, drinks on the house [Re: Peyton]  
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OK, I really wasn't planning on posting in the Bar this month till after the recital, if at all, but you guys moved me so much and it made me so happy to see the Bar still flourishing even during a QR month that I just gotta, so I'll start small (one recording at a time, that is):

Peyton Amazing playing as usually. I really like this Phillip Glass piece and I can't imagine it gets any better than this. I think Coldplay totally ripped off part of it for his accompaniment on Viva La Vida, or at least this guy did in his cover. Check it out, starting at around 145 seconds or so.



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Riddler - Heard Howard Alden play your Ellington Reflections in D, solo on the guitar(!) at the Newport Jazz festival. Mesmerizing. He makes incredible use of the open D string while weaving myriad different voicings around it.

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Congratulations everyone. I like listening in. I enjoy it. As usual, don't have anything individual to say. Just that I enjoy it.

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Peyton: It sounds good. Not easy to play this piece.
Augustina: So beautiful. The Amazing Grace is such an amazing piece. Every pianist has different rendition.
Ladypayne: Springtime in my heart, touching. It touches my heart.
Kenjazz: Very nice jazz sound. I hope I could play like this one day.
Elssa: Very nice rendition.
Jazztpt: Your Funny Valentine is so special.
Teodor: The choir is so special.
Allard: Very good.
Riddler: Close enough for love, so touching. I feel the love. Sometime sweet sometime tear.
StarrKeys: You are professional singer

This is my submission:
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Allard- Nice. A very lively waltz and you are playing it well.
riddler- Beautiful! I can hear hints of "The Shadow of your Smile" in there.
Starkeys- Very cool! But not sure I agree about the Glass notes in there. But I still know what you mean. It has that mesmerizing repetitious kind of feel. Nice playing all around!


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Lady Payne and Augustina Both of your submissions were charming this month. You are so equally prolific in your contributions, in sync in your tastes, and play so well together, if I believed in reincarnation, I'd say that you girls both once lived in 18th century England where you inhabited an Austenian world and played the piano forte for small social groups like this and duets were popular. I can hear echoes of the period in your style and names and see you practicing in front of windows revealing landscapes that echoed the country charm of your Georgian ditties, like this one:



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Peyton

Enjoyed this piece. Modern and rhythmic, very 'in' at the moment with television stuff and that. Impressive visuals too.

Kenjazz

Always good stuff and damn nice sound you get there man. Great drums too. Appreciate.

Elssa

The Beatles did this too. But not in your inimitable style!

Teodor

Fine stuff; loved the atmosphere and Russian writing accompanying this. Very impressive!

Allard

Short and sweet man. Lovely. 9 months? smile Great looking piano too.

Starrkeys

That had a real Cold play feel to it. Well done. Excellent vocals too.

Just trying out Box on a tablet (can't use the computer for some time) so I'll get back Asap.

Have fun!




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Augustina

Excellent work from the pair of you. So many ways to play this, there were interesting variations here.

Lady Payne

Very springy indeed with lovely fiddly bits for embellishment. A breath o' fresh air . .

Jazztpt

So smooth and laid back, l need a drink...

Riddler

Love this semi jazz style that would IMO be popular in most venues.

Weiyan

Nicely rendered piece of music which I've never heard before.

Good to see this flurry of activity here. Well done all!


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Starrkeys
That had a real Cold play feel to it. Well done. Excellent vocals too.

Originally Posted by Weiyan
StarrKeys: You are professional singer


Hey, you guys, I know drinks are on the house this month, but did you have to drink the entire barrel? Or do you really think I look and sound like a 6'1 Asian man with a pronounced adam's apple?

I did actually try to transcribe his arrangement in the video and got about half way through it before my Tendonitus kicked in. It was about that time I decided it was time to find a teacher. If I ever do finish it, I'll film myself singing it side by side with his video so I make sure you know the difference. [lol!]

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Here is another Duet me and LadyPayne recorded while I was visiting her in Alaska last month. smile
We didn't have much time to practice as we were busy sight seeing, but we sure had fun playing duets:)

What a Friend We have in Jesus piano duet
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