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Fantaisie-Impromptu - Duo Piano by Two Little Sisters #2787258 12/03/18 07:43 AM
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Fantaisie-Impromptu in C♯ minor Op. posth. 66 was composed by Frédéric François Chopin, a well-known Polish composer in 1834.

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Re: Fantaisie-Impromptu - Duo Piano by Two Little Sisters [Re: lutuyen] #2801387 01/12/19 08:22 PM
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That was quite a feat playing so well in unison!


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Re: Fantaisie-Impromptu - Duo Piano by Two Little Sisters [Re: NobleHouse] #2802085 01/14/19 06:42 PM
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Yes, it's true. They have been working very hard on this, and continue to practice even after uploading the piece. They need to share time with other instruments and many other pieces as well. Before uploading this piece, they could only have 30-45 minutes per day for it and now maybe just 10 minutes for it.

They love symphony! They've begun to learn how to compose symphonies (starting with piano, election, violin, cello). This is a very very very long marathon. But I feel they can successfully achieve their goal since they are very disciplined and committed to what they've planned though being just nearly 12 and 13 year-old children.

Really appreciate your kindness and thanks for watching.


Adagio in G Minor - 4 instrument by Salomia and Agapi has been uploaded on Youtube.
Here is the link to our GKpiano Youtube Channel.
Re: Fantaisie-Impromptu - Duo Piano by Two Little Sisters [Re: lutuyen] #2810030 02/02/19 08:47 PM
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Is one of the pianos a digital piano?

Re: Fantaisie-Impromptu - Duo Piano by Two Little Sisters [Re: Lady Bird] #2810399 02/04/19 12:37 AM
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Yeb. wish to have a space for a Grand piano. The Digital one is an type. The room is too tidy. We just did what we've got. The two little sisters wish to perform on Grand pianos. Thanks for watching.


Adagio in G Minor - 4 instrument by Salomia and Agapi has been uploaded on Youtube.
Here is the link to our GKpiano Youtube Channel.
Re: Fantaisie-Impromptu - Duo Piano by Two Little Sisters [Re: lutuyen] #2814631 02/13/19 02:19 PM
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Very very impressive, but perhaps it is more of a task in helping the children to play with others rather than being something worth performing live in this manner. One piano is enough, in my humble opinion.

Re: Fantaisie-Impromptu - Duo Piano by Two Little Sisters [Re: captainnumber36] #2815440 02/14/19 10:49 PM
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Thanks @Captainnumber36. In fact, there's nothing right or wrong in music performance. Whether your performance is pleased to the ears of listeners or not is an issue of choice. Someone likes the piece this way, some others do other ways. Some likes classical music, some not all.
The two little sisters love the way they are. They both want to be on the same scale and on the same page on everything they learn together. In addition, they play several instruments, so if, supposed, one plays the piece on piano and the other on Electone, they can match tempos and rhythm very well once they have already played the piece on two pianos in unison.

And they can each live perform the piece independently on one piano as well. (That's nice, too)

Another benefit playing in unison is that they can help teach others how to do the same in the future once they become teachers of piano that they both want to be.


Adagio in G Minor - 4 instrument by Salomia and Agapi has been uploaded on Youtube.
Here is the link to our GKpiano Youtube Channel.
Re: Fantaisie-Impromptu - Duo Piano by Two Little Sisters [Re: captainnumber36] #2815613 02/15/19 08:03 AM
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Originally Posted by captainnumber36
Very very impressive, but perhaps it is more of a task in helping the children to play with others rather than being something worth performing live in this manner. One piano is enough, in my humble opinion.


One piano is not enough, if they can afford it and want one, imo.


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Re: Fantaisie-Impromptu - Duo Piano by Two Little Sisters [Re: lutuyen] #2815614 02/15/19 08:04 AM
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Originally Posted by lutuyen
Thanks @Captainnumber36. In fact, there's nothing right or wrong in music performance. Whether your performance is pleased to the ears of listeners or not is an issue of choice. Someone likes the piece this way, some others do other ways. Some likes classical music, some not all.
The two little sisters love the way they are. They both want to be on the same scale and on the same page on everything they learn together. In addition, they play several instruments, so if, supposed, one plays the piece on piano and the other on Electone, they can match tempos and rhythm very well once they have already played the piece on two pianos in unison.

And they can each live perform the piece independently on one piano as well. (That's nice, too)

Another benefit playing in unison is that they can help teach others how to do the same in the future once they become teachers of piano that they both want to be.


I agree!!


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Re: Fantaisie-Impromptu - Duo Piano by Two Little Sisters [Re: NobleHouse] #2833340 03/31/19 10:25 AM
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Thanks everyone. Stay tuned for the coming Adagio in G Minor - Quarlet (Violin, Piano, Electone and Cello) performed by two little sisters!


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