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Post by VictorCS on Sun Jun 22, 2008 7:17 pm

Victor's Piano Solo, my solo, I like it ^_^

I still havent watched Corpse Bride yet, but I got the Blu-ray, so I just have to find a day to watch it...
So when can we expect you and your father to play the Corpse Bride duett?
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Post by Thomandy on Sun Jun 22, 2008 9:36 pm

VictorCS wrote:Victor's Piano Solo, my solo, I like it ^_^

I still havent watched Corpse Bride yet, but I got the Blu-ray, so I just have to find a day to watch it...
So when can we expect you and your father to play the Corpse Bride duett?

Yeah, its your solo Wink hehe Glad you liked it Smile

Well, I guess that wont be anytime soon, hehe, but maby one day when I get married to a pianist or somthing Razz hehe
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Re: Thomas's Performances - NEW Liszt Moments Musicaux D.01 - Page 39

Post by Phi on Sun Jun 22, 2008 9:55 pm

Thomandy wrote:Well, back again with a new piece Smile Took some time to make this vid. But its on the first recording.
Added some animation for fun Smile

Its from the Movie: Corpse Bride

Victor's Piano Solo


Hope you Enjoy Smile

Wow!! That's beautiful... liked the animation.

I also haven't watched Corpse Bride but I'll find a way to watch it now.

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Re: Thomas's Performances - NEW Liszt Moments Musicaux D.01 - Page 39

Post by Thomandy on Sun Jun 22, 2008 10:02 pm

Phi wrote:
Wow!! That's beautiful... liked the animation.

I also haven't watched Corpse Bride but I'll find a way to watch it now.

Tnx Phi Smile Glad you liked the animation aswell Smile

To be honest I havnt wached it either Sad hehe.. But, Im watching it tonight befor I go to bed, hee:)
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Post by pianohama on Thu Jun 26, 2008 5:43 pm

Is it just me or was that a retake betwen 01:02 - 01:03 ish
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Post by Thomandy on Thu Jun 26, 2008 5:56 pm

pianohama wrote:Is it just me or was that a retake betwen 01:02 - 01:03 ish

My camera does that sometimes. It is somthing with the lense. It has actually gotten better, before It could make really long statics that interuptet the whole picture. I cant aford to repair it, so I sont mind. Somtimes its perfect sometimes its not, but they are so small anyways. I did this in on recording, so no retake.
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Post by Sepheron on Thu Jun 26, 2008 6:10 pm

Really nice Thomandy, you're piano playing is getting better at the speed of light! ^_^

Congratulations!

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Post by Thomandy on Thu Jun 26, 2008 6:22 pm

Sepheron wrote:Really nice Thomandy, you're piano playing is getting better at the speed of light! ^_^

Congratulations!

Makes me glad to hear you say that sunny But I can owe alot of it to you and most of the forummembers that has been backing me and giving me response Smile Its a great source of motiavation. So tnx to you for that aswell. And that is also a Tnx to all that feel they deserve a thanks, hehe Smile
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Post by Admin Andrew on Thu Jun 26, 2008 6:51 pm

Wow, i MUST say Thomas, the piano solo was very well done. You have come a LONG way in a short time. You're already playing very well. Emotion is coming out, things don't sound rushed or smudged at all. I'd give you a 9/10 on this. cheers The whole one sleeve rolled up thing one sleeve unrolled is pretty interesting as well Wink

Wonderful tone, nice rhythm, great tempo, your technique is looking light years better! Great job! I'm very impressed with your progress!!!

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Re: Thomas's Performances - NEW Liszt Moments Musicaux D.01 - Page 39

Post by Thomandy on Thu Jun 26, 2008 9:03 pm

Admin Andrew wrote:Wow, i MUST say Thomas, the piano solo was very well done. You have come a LONG way in a short time. You're already playing very well. Emotion is coming out, things don't sound rushed or smudged at all. I'd give you a 9/10 on this. cheers The whole one sleeve rolled up thing one sleeve unrolled is pretty interesting as well Wink

Wonderful tone, nice rhythm, great tempo, your technique is looking light years better! Great job! I'm very impressed with your progress!!!

Wow Andrew Smile You took me by surprise there Smile
Thanks!!! =) I also feel my technique is comming along, dont know exactly what is different, but I feel its just gliding by it selfe when it stick. Im not really the one moving Razz hehehe If that mad any sense Razz 9/10 is great, couse I feel I can play it even smother now. And the emotion is somthing I have been training actually, glad to hear that it is working Smile
Nothing is better than great rewievs when one works hard to get somthing done Smile

Btw,the sleevethingie was without knowing it actually Razz hehe. But maby this will be a trademark, hehe Laughing Nh!
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Re: Thomas's Performances - NEW Liszt Moments Musicaux D.01 - Page 39

Post by maggiekedves on Thu Jun 26, 2008 11:11 pm

Amazing.... this is so encouraging to see your development in such a short period of time.
Dedication can make miracles... I envy the time you spent so you can perfect yourself...
You started your journey almost the same time and you reached so high.
I cant express how much I miss my keyboard and feel like I forgot things day after day...

But this is the place to acknowledge your achievements ...
I really loved the videoclip with the animation too... but my favorite part still just look at the video and see how your fingers are dancing on the keys.
Very good job, keep up the good work.
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Post by Thomandy on Fri Jun 27, 2008 3:54 am

maggiekedves wrote:Amazing.... this is so encouraging to see your development in such a short period of time.
Dedication can make miracles... I envy the time you spent so you can perfect yourself...
You started your journey almost the same time and you reached so high.
I cant express how much I miss my keyboard and feel like I forgot things day after day...

But this is the place to acknowledge your achievements ...
I really loved the videoclip with the animation too... but my favorite part still just look at the video and see how your fingers are dancing on the keys.
Very good job, keep up the good work.

Thank you Maggie Smile Yeah, dedication is important. To bad you cant practice anything this summer??
I added in the animation in a way so that you can see me play every part. Since first and second verse is repeting. Smile I also love so see other players hands, but I also like it when some, like w3sp from youtube added marioclips to show where and that made me assosiate the those places, and I liked it also. Smile

Ill keep it up, hehe Smile Tnx Smile
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Re: Thomas's Performances - NEW Liszt Moments Musicaux D.01 - Page 39

Post by Thomandy on Sat Jun 28, 2008 6:51 am

Hi again =)

This is actually my 6st attempt on getting this right. Couse Youtube is messing my video up real bad. But here I go again.
Hopefully you guys arent tired of all the new vids, hehe. You guys commenting is what motivates me to make all my pieces as perfect as I can make them. So tnx Smile

Well, this is a piece I used cind of long time to make. It might sound easy, and it might be, but I wanted every single note to express the feelings I wanted them to express.

It is Inspired by Chopins Prelude in E minor, but still isnt simular at all.
Enjoy Smile

Its cind of high volume since I try out a new program. So turn it down to your liking Smile

Prelude in E minor *Sorrow*
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Re: Thomas's Performances - NEW Liszt Moments Musicaux D.01 - Page 39

Post by VictorCS on Sat Jun 28, 2008 10:59 am

That was sounding like some of the soundtrack from Daggerfall...
When it's night and you're near caves etc...

Very nice, I got a sad and scary feeling from this one Smile
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Post by Thomandy on Sat Jun 28, 2008 11:13 am

VictorCS wrote:That was sounding like some of the soundtrack from Daggerfall...
When it's night and you're near caves etc...

Very nice, I got a sad and scary feeling from this one Smile

Yeah, I see what you mean Smile
Well then I managed to create a feeling that I intended to do Smile That is cool! hehe Smile
Tnx Smile
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Post by Phi on Sat Jun 28, 2008 5:18 pm

That was really calm...

nice job!!

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Post by CripKilla on Sat Jun 28, 2008 6:50 pm

Awesome!I like sad and scary song cause they make you feel a lot of emotions: it's exacly what this song did!
Bravo! Very Happy
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Post by Thomandy on Sat Jun 28, 2008 7:49 pm

Phi wrote:That was really calm...

nice job!!

Very Happy

CripKilla wrote:Awesome!I like sad and scary song cause they make you feel a lot of emotions: it's exacly what this song did!
Bravo! Very Happy

Thank you Crip Smile It is nice to hear that my music actually does what I want it to do Smile Awake emtions. Smile Tnx Smile
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Post by pianohama on Sun Jun 29, 2008 8:25 am

It was good but i'd rather hear it without the dual effect Smile
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Post by Thomandy on Sun Jun 29, 2008 8:40 am

pianohama wrote:It was good but i'd rather hear it without the dual effect Smile

Tnx, I am considering to play it without strings to. Smile
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Post by Phobik2000 on Sun Jun 29, 2008 3:58 pm

Hmm, in some places, it felt a bit, unfinished, or misplaced, think those are the notes that stand out and give it that chilly creepy feeling. Surprised
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Post by Thomandy on Sun Jun 29, 2008 4:18 pm

Phobik2000 wrote:Hmm, in some places, it felt a bit, unfinished, or misplaced, think those are the notes that stand out and give it that chilly creepy feeling. Surprised

Hehe, unfinished`? I am not sure what you mean Smile But yeah Razz hehe =) Everything is acourdig to Harmonic laws actually, that. I even finish tha piece bu using a perfect cadence or what it is called. So that at least the piece sounds finished! Smile
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Post by VictorCS on Sun Jun 29, 2008 4:27 pm

You had a few of these outbumps ( new english word made by Victor ),
but nothing wrong with that, spiced up the piece in a strange way.

Remember, it's art, not computerscience where everything has to fit to get executed correctly.
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Post by Thomandy on Sun Jun 29, 2008 4:33 pm

VictorCS wrote:You had a few of these outbumps ( new english word made by Victor ),
but nothing wrong with that, spiced up the piece in a strange way.

Remember, it's art, not computerscience where everything has to fit to get executed correctly.

Well its all about what the composer want to you know. I love those "outbumps" hehe Smile
And just think about it, taste are a individual thing of course. Alot of people that think Chopin and Beethoven created crap and disagrees with how they wrote. So that is somthing that your taste decides is strange Smile And it might be strange to, but some like that and some dont. Thats just how things are! Smile
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Post by Phobik2000 on Sun Jun 29, 2008 5:06 pm

Thomandy wrote:
Phobik2000 wrote:Hmm, in some places, it felt a bit, unfinished, or misplaced, think those are the notes that stand out and give it that chilly creepy feeling. Surprised

Hehe, unfinished`? I am not sure what you mean Smile But yeah Razz hehe =) Everything is acourdig to Harmonic laws actually, that. I even finish tha piece bu using a perfect cadence or what it is called. So that at least the piece sounds finished! Smile

I mean some dissonant notes/chords in the middle.
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