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#3142968 08/03/21 10:09 AM
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Here is a link to a somewhat decent recording of a lovely piece arranged by Lorie Line.

A few mistakes but my skill level has improved immensely with this new trade up

My Steinway Model A II (1912) rebuilt/refurbished

I am truly growing to love my GRAND LADY AMALIA!

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I hope you all enjoy:

https://www.facebook.com/joseph.dimarco.315/videos/1526697124351268


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Unfortunately, to view requires a FB account 😢 not gor me


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wonder if i could get it posted to YouTube dogperson

I will see and post a link
any help would be appreciated on that!


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Originally Posted by brdwyguy
wonder if i could get it posted to YouTube dogperson

I will see and post a link
any help would be appreciated on that!


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Can you change your FB settings to not require log-in?


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Originally Posted by brdwyguy
wonder if i could get it posted to YouTube dogperson

I will see and post a link
any help would be appreciated on that!


brdwyguy
DM me, and I will do my best to help you post to YT.


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Very beautiful sounding piano! Congratulations!

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brdwyguy that was lovely!! Your piano sounds fantastic! I can just imagine how much better it must sound in person. Wonderful!

Separate from that, what is the song titled? I see you said it was by Lorie Line, are you playing from a lead sheet or a full score?


Dogperson, I was able to watch without signing in. I just opened the link in a browser on my phone. And made sure to use my good earphones!

Having said that, brdwyguy, you should be able to upload to YT as well. Make an account, and if you don't want your video to be "searchable," you can select "unlisted." This lets anyone who has the link view it, but unlike "private," you don't have to set in advance who can see it. This (unlisted) is how I always do my videos.


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Originally Posted by ShiroKuro
brdwyguy that was lovely!! Your piano sounds fantastic! I can just imagine how much better it must sound in person. Wonderful!

Separate from that, what is the song titled? I see you said it was by Lorie Line, are you playing from a lead sheet or a full score?


Dogperson, I was able to watch without signing in. I just opened the link in a browser on my phone. And made sure to use my good earphones!

Having said that, brdwyguy, you should be able to upload to YT as well. Make an account, and if you don't want your video to be "searchable," you can select "unlisted." This lets anyone who has the link view it, but unlike "private," you don't have to set in advance who can see it. This (unlisted) is how I always do my videos.


As previously stated, I reached a log-in screen. If you have a FB account, you are probably already recognized as a user.


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As previously stated, I reached a log-in screen. If you have a FB account, you are probably already recognized as a user.

Nope, the video was playing and at the bottom was a log in box that had two buttons, one to join (for new accounts) and one to log in. So I clearly was not signed in, but I could still watch the video. And I was curious, so I just tried it again, this time in a "private/incognito browser" and I could still see the video (just in case someone doesn't know, a private browser doesn't retain sign in information, I can't access my own account that way, I get the log in prompt).

The same happens on my laptop, a sign in screen pops up but at the bottom is an option to click "not now," if you do that, the screen goes away and you can watch the video.

Dogperson, what kind of device are you using (e.g., Windows, mac, laptop tablet)?


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Originally Posted by ShiroKuro
Separate from that, what is the song titled? I see you said it was by Lorie Line, are you playing from a lead sheet or a full score?

"Shenandoah," from the score in front of him on the desk. wink

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Beautiful job. The playing and the piano sound great!! Thanks for sharing.

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Same here "Log into Facebook".
There are no "not now" buttons. The options are "Log In", "Forget account", "Create New Account".

This is on Mac


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Larry, thanks! I listened from my phone and so the screen/view was quite small. I couldn't even tell if it was a full score or a lead sheet, hence my question.


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Same here "Log into Facebook".
There are no "not now" buttons. The options are "Log In", "Forget account", "Create New Account".

This is on Mac

Wooter, I'm not sure what I'm doing that's different. And for the record, I was able to access the video without logging in, from both my windows laptop and my iPhone (safari browser). So I don't know what to say other than sorry!


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I guess you do have a FB account. FB might be recognising your IP address or a previous login.


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Originally Posted by wouter79
I guess you do have a FB account. FB might be recognising your IP address or a previous login.

No, I don't think that's it, because I've seen when I tried to access something that wasn't set to public, and I had to log in to see it...


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Works for me, too, on a Mac with the latest Big Sur in a private window without logging in. If it wasn't such as hassle on this forum, I'd upload a screenshot.

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The song is SHENANDOAH an old folk song - Arranged by LORIE LINE

Sorry the picture looks so fuzzy - I sat the iPHone on my bookcase with a light on it
and it was sitting basically under the light

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brdwyguy, sorry for the thread drift about how we all can or can't see your video.... Back the important point here:

Your piano sounds fabulous! And I liked that arrangement, I have heard of Lorie Line but haven't really listened to her music much. A quick poke online shows she has published a lot of music books!

Anyway, I'm glad you're enjoying your piano, it sounds wonderful!


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Originally Posted by ShiroKuro
brdwyguy, sorry for the thread drift about how we all can or can't see your video.... Back the important point here:

Your piano sounds fabulous! And I liked that arrangement, I have heard of Lorie Line but haven't really listened to her music much. A quick poke online shows she has published a lot of music books!

Anyway, I'm glad you're enjoying your piano, it sounds wonderful!

+2 loved the music, your playing, and your piano. The image looks somewhat fuzzy.


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