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Re: Faber Graduates [Re: Mario2015] #2720987
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Originally Posted by BrianDX
Good evening fellow Faber enthusiasts. I hope everyone is doing well.

I guess this thread is the best place to announce my retirement from this forum, at least for quite a while. Its been a great 4 years with over 2,000 posts, however a few new things have started to take up more of my time (not illness thank goodness!) and I feel it is time to take a break.

It's really a hard thing to drive yourself so hard for 4+ years to accomplish something which at the beginning I thought was impossible, that is, finish six distinct levels of the Faber series in under 5 years. Well now that it is done, I need to find something to further motivate me to continue on with this marvelous pastime. I'm still looking unfortunately. Wish me luck, hopefully I'll be back sometime in the future.

Brian


I came in to ask a question but first I want to say congratulations on your graduation from the Faber Graduates thread. Yes indeed do stop by once in a while.

You mentioned 6 levels of the Faber series. I am nearing the end of Adult Piano Adventures book 2, and the Piano Doctor told me I need to choose a new book. It appears that after PAA2 the roads diverge in a yellow wood into classical & popular topics. Am I reading this right?

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Brian:
Best wishes moving forward. I want to thank you for all of your input to this group over the years. It has been most valuable.

As far as what to do now, how about anything and everything. I started my piano journey playing only classical pieces. Once I switched to Faber I was exposed to a much wider range of music. I've found I love some of the jazz tunes and the lyrical pieces. Folk tunes can be fun too. To get ideas on what to play look at the RCM program. It shows typical pieces students who sit for their exams could use for their exam recitals at 11 different levels. Sample pieces from the levels around where you think you are to gauge where you might be. The program is well structured and covers knowledge and skills you should have at each level. Even if you never sit for an exam, it still remains a useful guide.

tbonesays:
I to am nearing the end of Adult Piano Adventures 2. For us there are not 6 levels. Faber recommends we start at level 3B and move forward from there. So unlike the one book we have now we will have more smaller books. I think someone on here recommended that we use books a level lower if we are going to try books like Chordtime, etc. So 3A or 2B might work there. I am certainly looking forward to the challenge.


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Originally Posted by tbonesays


Originally Posted by BrianDX
Good evening fellow Faber enthusiasts. I hope everyone is doing well.

I guess this thread is the best place to announce my retirement from this forum, at least for quite a while. Its been a great 4 years with over 2,000 posts, however a few new things have started to take up more of my time (not illness thank goodness!) and I feel it is time to take a break.

It's really a hard thing to drive yourself so hard for 4+ years to accomplish something which at the beginning I thought was impossible, that is, finish six distinct levels of the Faber series in under 5 years. Well now that it is done, I need to find something to further motivate me to continue on with this marvelous pastime. I'm still looking unfortunately. Wish me luck, hopefully I'll be back sometime in the future


I came in to ask a question but first I want to say congratulations on your graduation from the Faber Graduates thread. Yes indeed do stop by once in a while.

You mentioned 6 levels of the Faber series. I am nearing the end of Adult Piano Adventures book 2, and the Piano Doctor told me I need to choose a new book. It appears that after PAA2 the roads diverge in a yellow wood into classical & popular topics. Am I reading this right?

https://pianoadventures.com/browse/...piano-adventures-adult-piano-adventures/


Hi,

Your next books will either be the core books (lesson, performance, technique & artistry, theory) for Level 3A or Level 3B. I would recommend starting from Level 3A although some of the material overlap. The PA series always has a mixture of different genres. Were the Adult series only one genre?

For the specialized books e.g. the jazz & blues, developing artist, etc. it is always a good idea to get one level lower. So for example if you are at level 4 you would be better off getting the jazz books for level 3B called Funtime.

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Re: Faber Graduates [Re: BrianDX] #2723260
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Hi guys, long time, no post, LOL! I had a bit of a layoff. Life gets in the way sometimes, death in the family and other chaos, but things have calmed down. I just wanted to check in.

I'm not working with Faber anymore. I kind of got really uninspired by the music. I've always enjoy classical the most, no arrangements or such, so I lost a lot of interest as I kept going forward. Then life got a bit nuts and I stopped playing for a time. When I came back to it, I knew I had to do something different, but it had to be all classical. So I ended up going with Keith Snell's books. I'm in level 3 for his series, which is somewhere around the same level you're working on Brian, if you're still out there, LOL. I was going to follow that direction, too, and I have Developing Artist Level 3, which I'm picking pieces out of, along with Snell. I like that Snell has separate books for etudes, baroque/classical, and romantic/20th cent., plus scale and theory books for all the levels. It feels a lot better to me, and I'm much more inspired. So right now I'm working on a Czerny etude, a couple Bach musettes, and for romantic/20th century I picked Satie's First Gnossienne, which I absolutely ADORE. It looks much more challenging than what it really is, and it's actually starting to come together, which I'm thrilled about.

So I guess I'm also retiring from this thread, since I'm not working on Faber anymore. You guys all sound like you're doing great! I'm so happy to be playing again, the last year was really awful for life's chaos but all is well again! Great to see you all here! Happy Spring!


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Re: Faber Graduates [Re: BrianDX] #2723279
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Re: Faber Graduates [Re: Adam107] #2723367
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EVERYONE ELSE - I'm interested to hear exactly what you are working on. Are you working with just the core four? Core four plus some Faber genre books (classics, blues & jazz, etc)? Books not published by Faber?



I am almost done with the book 1 PA for the accelerated beginner and my teacher told me to order book 2. we use Lesson, Theory, T&A and sightreading. I also ordered PlayTime Classics: Level 1 to work on for fun. If I like the PlayTime and it is a good level for me I may get the jazz/blues book after I finish classics. I enjoy the Faber books quite a lot.


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Re: Faber Graduates [Re: ebonykawai] #2723593
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Originally Posted by ebonykawai
Hi guys, long time, no post, LOL! I had a bit of a layoff. Life gets in the way sometimes, death in the family and other chaos, but things have calmed down. I just wanted to check in.

I'm not working with Faber anymore. I kind of got really uninspired by the music. I've always enjoy classical the most, no arrangements or such, so I lost a lot of interest as I kept going forward. Then life got a bit nuts and I stopped playing for a time. When I came back to it, I knew I had to do something different, but it had to be all classical. So I ended up going with Keith Snell's books. I'm in level 3 for his series, which is somewhere around the same level you're working on Brian, if you're still out there, LOL. I was going to follow that direction, too, and I have Developing Artist Level 3, which I'm picking pieces out of, along with Snell. I like that Snell has separate books for etudes, baroque/classical, and romantic/20th cent., plus scale and theory books for all the levels. It feels a lot better to me, and I'm much more inspired. So right now I'm working on a Czerny etude, a couple Bach musettes, and for romantic/20th century I picked Satie's First Gnossienne, which I absolutely ADORE. It looks much more challenging than what it really is, and it's actually starting to come together, which I'm thrilled about.

So I guess I'm also retiring from this thread, since I'm not working on Faber anymore. You guys all sound like you're doing great! I'm so happy to be playing again, the last year was really awful for life's chaos but all is well again! Great to see you all here! Happy Spring!


Congrats on your new endeavors Ebony. Sorry to see you go. Please check back once in a while. Best wishes for your piano future.

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Originally Posted by ebonykawai
Hi guys, long time, no post, LOL! I had a bit of a layoff. Life gets in the way sometimes, death in the family and other chaos, but things have calmed down. I just wanted to check in.

I'm not working with Faber anymore. I kind of got really uninspired by the music. I've always enjoy classical the most, no arrangements or such, so I lost a lot of interest as I kept going forward. Then life got a bit nuts and I stopped playing for a time. When I came back to it, I knew I had to do something different, but it had to be all classical. So I ended up going with Keith Snell's books. I'm in level 3 for his series, which is somewhere around the same level you're working on Brian, if you're still out there, LOL. I was going to follow that direction, too, and I have Developing Artist Level 3, which I'm picking pieces out of, along with Snell. I like that Snell has separate books for etudes, baroque/classical, and romantic/20th cent., plus scale and theory books for all the levels. It feels a lot better to me, and I'm much more inspired. So right now I'm working on a Czerny etude, a couple Bach musettes, and for romantic/20th century I picked Satie's First Gnossienne, which I absolutely ADORE. It looks much more challenging than what it really is, and it's actually starting to come together, which I'm thrilled about.

So I guess I'm also retiring from this thread, since I'm not working on Faber anymore. You guys all sound like you're doing great! I'm so happy to be playing again, the last year was really awful for life's chaos but all is well again! Great to see you all here! Happy Spring!


Congrats on your new endeavors Ebony. Sorry to see you go. Please check back once in a while. Best wishes for your piano future.

Re: Faber Graduates [Re: BrianDX] #2775557
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ANYONE OUT THERE ???
Just wondering if anyone is working in the Faber Piano Adventure books, especially Level 4. I am in unit one of level 4. I've been reading some of BrianDX posts in 2016. -Birdgolf


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I’ve started on book 2 but not fully committed yet although I like it so far. I’m also doing a bit from Alfred’s 2. Just wondering along I guess Birdgolf. I don’t know of a Faber 2 thread or of anyone here studying from it. If you want to just quit and wait a few years I’ll catch up to 4 and we can talk shop. 😳


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Re: Faber Graduates [Re: BrianDX] #2775696
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OK monkeeys I will go slow and see you in 2020.


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I’m starting ch2 with ledger lines and the piece is “Niagara Falls” which has some hand crossing exercises. While the video on the Faber web page is well done the audio that’s imbedded in the ebook isn’t good. Why the need for a big multi instrument production of the piece for piano instruction?


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Re: Faber Graduates [Re: BrianDX] #2781785
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It’s lonely in here. I’ve gotten up to the pedal studies (which I need to expand on tomorrow) and starting “Taps” with another round of “O Sole Mio!” On deck. I think it’s a different version than Alfred’s 1 but I’m not sure yet.


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Originally Posted by monkeeys
It’s lonely in here.

Mind a house guest? LOL.

Not doing Faber, or Alfred for that matter, but I have a question for you. I see in your signature you are doing Alfred and PianoVideoLessons.com. And obviously you are talking about Faber in this post. And you've been talking about Coursera.org courses. So why do you have 3 overlapping tracks of piano instruction (Alfred, Faber, PVL)? Just curious about your learning approach. I have a couple parallel tracks going on sight-reading only, but that is because I completely suck there. But on playing, I only have one single track. Are these multiple tracks helping you consolidate your piano skills?


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Hey! I am working through book 3A. Currently on the lead sheet for greensleaves. I was wondering if there was an accelerated piano for older beginner section! Started with page 1 of book on back at the end of January.

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The door is open😄

I found PVL before this forum and started reading about Alfred’s and figured that re enforcing the concepts at my age, 47, couldn’t be bad. As I got into it I learned that Lisa at PVL taught a lot more about intervals and some other stuff so I found that beneficial. This worked until I got close to the end and I had to concentrate on one at a time. The coursera came along later and that class is more Blues based and with a good instructor. I looked at Faber as I finished the level 1 and unit 4 of PVL and read some posts and figured I’d try that as a level 2. I do have the Alfred’s 2 as well but haven’t committed to it tho I will surely do some lessons from it. I’m going to start unit 5 of PVL in the next week. It’s a chord course. I’ve been happy with her teaching since day one. Although I’m sure it’s not the perfect path I hope it’s not the wrong one. I don’t think so. Sorry for the long post.


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Originally Posted by flyin_gnome
Hey! I am working through book 3A. Currently on the lead sheet for greensleaves. I was wondering if there was an accelerated piano for older beginner section! Started with page 1 of book on back at the end of January.


I meant to quote Tyrone Slothrop in the above post

Welcome aboard flyin_gnome, I was just polishing up on “Greensleeves” from Alfred’s 1 but I’m sure that one is advanced. Were glad you are here.


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Originally Posted by monkeeys
Originally Posted by flyin_gnome
Hey! I am working through book 3A. Currently on the lead sheet for greensleaves. I was wondering if there was an accelerated piano for older beginner section! Started with page 1 of book on back at the end of January.


I meant to quote Tyrone Slothrop in the above post

Welcome aboard flyin_gnome, I was just polishing up on “Greensleeves” from Alfred’s 1 but I’m sure that one is advanced. Were glad you are here.


I understood what you were going for and am super Glad to be here! At 36 years old I'm so glad to have started this journey of learning the piano. I will be excited when I can sit down and just play through anything but I need to keep my expectations realistic. Hard to believe a couple more months and I will have my first year under my belt. A long long ways to go.

The Greensleeves from book 3A more focuses on the ability to work from a lead sheet vs play the melody of the tune. So really working on creating a left hand pattern that works from the chord progression of the piece while the right hand works the melody. Its rather fun to come up with patterns. I have till Monday when my lesson is to come up with something good ha.

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This is quite a lesson on pedaling and I admit I’ve been a bit of a slacker in this area. I just tended to press and hold it down thru the pieces in Alfred’s 1 that had it. “Gilligans Isle” did have a good exercise in timing it at certain places. There is a good explanation of the lesson in the support video.


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I think that Amazing Grace a couple pages prior is also a good lesson on pedaling. Had a really good lesson today. Got some exercises to help my hands multi task plus worked through 10 pages of book 3a. A couple more lessons and I should be onto book 3b. I've started working on Moonlight Sonata and making my pinky hold a note while the rest of my fingers do triplets has been interesting to watch. Same idea with Schuberts impromptu Op 90 No3... hopefully the exercises help.

I am loving owning an acoustic piano now that I've had it a couple weeks. While my digital is still great, and lets me play with headphones while the kids sleep, I wish I would have gotten an acoustic sooner.

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