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#605668 - 11/24/01 02:24 PM Great site for pianists  
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Please visit PianoMedia.com, a new non-commercial site where pianists can share their information and playing samples. Includes a free public forum, a free linking service, and more...

Thank you!


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#605669 - 11/24/01 04:45 PM Re: Great site for pianists  
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Piano Media:

Thankyou much for the web site. Its great! Well, I'm sure that it will be great once it has a little more time to grow, that is. And, Welcome to piano world.

[ November 24, 2001: Message edited by: jgoo ]


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#605670 - 11/24/01 11:44 PM Re: Great site for pianists  
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That sounds like a great website! I will visit it as soon as i'm done posting on the forum for the night.
Here are a few websites that I recommend you visit:

Piano Place: http://www.geocities.com/vienna/studio/6917/
Piano Page: http://www.serve.com/marbeth/piano.html

Does anyone else have piano or music related webpages to share?

BTW, why am I rated with 4 stars instead of 5?
smile


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#605671 - 11/24/01 11:45 PM Re: Great site for pianists  
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Oh yeah and how could I forget to add my own webpage? Its a piano page!


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#605672 - 11/25/01 04:42 PM Re: Great site for pianists  
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A web site that's not specifically for pianists, but would be of interest for Amy and some of the other younger musicians on "Piano World" is:
http://www.fromthetop.net/

Check it out.


"To announce that there must be no criticism of the president, or that
we are to stand by the president right or wrong, is not only unpatriotic and servile, but is morally treasonable to the American public."-- Theodore Roosevelt
#605673 - 11/25/01 08:20 PM Re: Great site for pianists  
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Thanks Netizen!


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#605674 - 11/26/01 08:09 PM Re: Great site for pianists  
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Netizen- I checked that webpage out and I think that I might audition to be on the show "From the Top"


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#605675 - 11/27/01 01:44 PM Re: Great site for pianists  
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Hi! Well, I recommend http://www.sunflower.org/~bhugh/messageboard.spm
This is the piano pedagogy message board which shows everything about teaching and learning piano.

http:www.practicspot.com
It has some interesting articles about performing and practicing.

There is used to have The Piano Education Page website where it shows very informative music pieces etc. But unfortunaely, the website has been removed after 6 years of operation...

#605676 - 11/27/01 02:58 PM Re: Great site for pianists  
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Quetzal,

Is this your real name??? Or do you just like the bird (or the money, for that matter)? This is my daughter's name!

just curious because it's very unusual,
penny

BTW, that's "Kate-saul" for you non-Spanish speakers. It does NOT rhyme with pretzal!

#605677 - 11/27/01 04:12 PM Re: Great site for pianists  
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Anyone with a three-year-old who watches Dragon Tales would also be familar with the name..... smile

(Interestingly THEY pronounce it like pretzel...!)


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#605678 - 11/28/01 11:02 AM Re: Great site for pianists  
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Originally posted by Penny:
Quetzal,

Is this your real name??? Or do you just like the bird (or the money, for that matter)? This is my daughter's name!

just curious because it's very unusual,
penny

BTW, that's "Kate-saul" for you non-Spanish speakers. It does NOT rhyme with pretzal!


Well, it's not my true name..hehe... I'm Chinese and i have a chinese name. But it is an unique name. I used the name of a bird so that I can fly like a bird one day...

I really like your daughter's name...

just wondering, is "dragon's tale" some cartoon series?

#605679 - 11/28/01 12:54 PM Re: Great site for pianists  
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Yes, it's a cartoon series on PBS.


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#605680 - 11/28/01 05:57 PM Re: Great site for pianists  
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AAAGGGHHHH!!!!

I hate being asked about that cartoon. Yes, they pronounce it wrong! And it's a boy dragon. My husband and I chose our daughter's name years ago, long before she was born (and long before that cartoon hit the airwaves!). We thought we'd call her "Katie" to Americanize it, but my daughter is very exotic looking (and beautiful, of course!) and just looks like a Quetzal to us!

penny

#605681 - 11/29/01 01:30 AM Re: Great site for pianists  
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I saw something on the Quetzal on Discovery Channel a few weeks ago and I remember they pronounced it KetZahl... weird...

#605682 - 11/29/01 03:08 AM Re: Great site for pianists  
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Sorry to go so far off topic (but it is fun for me!).
Anyway, it's not really "Kate-Saul," that's just how American's would pronounce the Spanish (I say, think of the name Kate and an old Jewish man!). And "Ket" is quite right either. It's something in between. But e's in Spanish are closest to the long A in English (que pasa, bebe, etc.)

penny

#605683 - 11/30/01 01:39 AM Re: Great site for pianists  
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Hi Amy,

That's an awesome idea !! I think it would be loads of fun to be on the show. Go for it!! Nothing ventured, nothing gained.

I don't know if there is broadcast of the program where you are (Rochester, Binghamton,?), but the programs are archived on the website so you can listen over the net. Let us know if you do go for it, I'd definitely tune in for that show.


"To announce that there must be no criticism of the president, or that
we are to stand by the president right or wrong, is not only unpatriotic and servile, but is morally treasonable to the American public."-- Theodore Roosevelt
#605684 - 11/30/01 06:03 PM Re: Great site for pianists  
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There is a broadcast of it in Binghamton (where I'm from)


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