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What is this piece :( ? #2827632
03/16/19 05:08 PM
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I am trying to find this piece.

I played it as a child.

I think it was called waltz by a Russian composer.

I can only remember the start and the book was thrown away.



Any ideas ?

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Re: What is this piece :( ? [Re: Moo :)] #2827652
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Kabalevsky op 27 no 20 Fairy Tale.


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Re: What is this piece :( ? [Re: thickfingers] #2827662
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Originally Posted by thickfingers
Uh, I'm wondering how you actually came across that video if you don't know what it's called. Sorry for the useless OT...just find mysteries intriguing. Probably just me being dumb.

He didn't come across it. That is Moo himself playing the piano. He remembered it from years ago, and recorded himself playing on his piano the bit he remembered.


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Re: What is this piece :( ? [Re: Tyrone Slothrop] #2827665
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Originally Posted by Tyrone Slothrop
Originally Posted by thickfingers
Uh, I'm wondering how you actually came across that video if you don't know what it's called. Sorry for the useless OT...just find mysteries intriguing. Probably just me being dumb.

He didn't come across it. That is Moo himself playing the piano. He remembered it from years ago, and recorded himself playing on his piano the bit he remembered.


Hey Moo, what are you using to record your pieces? Just watched a few of yours. Enjoyed them.


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Re: What is this piece :( ? [Re: Moo :)] #2827669
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Good memory & nice playing Moo!

WTG John305!


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Re: What is this piece :( ? [Re: John305] #2827678
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Originally Posted by John305
Kabalevsky op 27 no 20 Fairy Tale.


Genius.

Thanks smile !

Yes I record what I remembered with my iPhone, glad u enjoyed .

Re: What is this piece :( ? [Re: Moo :)] #2827694
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I found the piece, yes I remember it well, I think it was a Grade 4 piece.

It had another name in my Trinity book, called 'a short story', but it is also called fairy tail.

Thank you for finding it, I was trying to find the book and then I remember I think they were all thrown away.

Here it is if anyone is interested smile


Re: What is this piece :( ? [Re: Tyrone Slothrop] #2827757
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Originally Posted by Tyrone Slothrop
Originally Posted by thickfingers
Uh, I'm wondering how you actually came across that video if you don't know what it's called. Sorry for the useless OT...just find mysteries intriguing. Probably just me being dumb.

He didn't come across it. That is Moo himself playing the piano. He remembered it from years ago, and recorded himself playing on his piano the bit he remembered.

Sharply replied, Sloth. As you might imagine, the moment I realised, I felt such an idiot I leapt to delete it. Hate you now, LOL. I'm exposed as one of those people capable of mindboggling dumbness. Thank Jiminy it's only occasional...I'd be killed trying to cross the road. blush

Re: What is this piece :( ? [Re: Moo :)] #2827798
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Originally Posted by Moo :)
It had another name...


Since Kabalevsky named them in Russian, editors are free to take liberties with the translation.





As for thickfingers--we've all been there!


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