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Post by maggiekedves on Wed May 21, 2008 5:41 am

thomandy wrote:Well, Im back with a new piece. It is a beautyfull, and happy piece by Beethoven.
Dont know the op. But it is an: Ecossaise


No pressure huh? Remember comment, vote and so on... Very Happy

I really liked it just as you forecasted Smile You play it very lightly, very playfully... too bad it is not longer...
I think it was just perfect Wink
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Post by Thomandy on Wed May 21, 2008 5:47 am

maggiekedves wrote:
thomandy wrote:Well, Im back with a new piece. It is a beautyfull, and happy piece by Beethoven.
Dont know the op. But it is an: Ecossaise


No pressure huh? Remember comment, vote and so on... Very Happy

I really liked it just as you forecasted Smile You play it very lightly, very playfully... too bad it is not longer...
I think it was just perfect Wink

Tnanks Maggie Very Happy I am very satiesfied, I think I hit the dynamic part perfect when I recorded, so I was so happy when I managed that Very Happy:D Yeah, it is a small piece, that is true. Started it last week, that is why I could post it now couse it is so short, only one page, and it is played twice, so the length of two pages =)
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thomandy wrote:Started it last week, that is why I could post it now couse it is so short, only one page, and it is played twice, so the length of two pages =)
I did that too with my Haydn piano piece because it was so short. Very Happy
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Post by Thomandy on Wed May 21, 2008 6:09 am

maggiekedves wrote:
thomandy wrote:Started it last week, that is why I could post it now couse it is so short, only one page, and it is played twice, so the length of two pages =)
I did that too with my Haydn piano piece because it was so short. Very Happy

Yeah Very Happy
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Post by Admin Andrew on Wed May 21, 2008 6:27 am

Bravo Thomas!!! VERY well done! I'm impressed with your latest work, dynamic level was excellent, tempo was well picked, rhythm was VERY steady! 9/10 from me!

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Post by CripKilla on Wed May 21, 2008 10:54 pm

thomandy wrote:Well, Im back with a new piece. It is a beautyfull, and happy piece by Beethoven.
Dont know the op. But it is an: Ecossaise

Because of Pianohamas great help I got to record directly to the pc. Tnx Pianohama Smile

Then I converted it from wav to mp3 and synced with the video in Moviemaker Very Happy
Hope you enjoy Smile

Ecossaise - Ludvig van Beethoven
Your Ecossaise is entertaining and I felt happy after heard it ^^. Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy
Good job!
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Re: Thomas's Performances - NEW Liszt Moments Musicaux D.01 - Page 39

Post by Thomandy on Wed May 21, 2008 11:07 pm

CripKilla wrote:
thomandy wrote:Well, Im back with a new piece. It is a beautyfull, and happy piece by Beethoven.
Dont know the op. But it is an: Ecossaise

Because of Pianohamas great help I got to record directly to the pc. Tnx Pianohama Smile

Then I converted it from wav to mp3 and synced with the video in Moviemaker Very Happy
Hope you enjoy Smile

Ecossaise - Ludvig van Beethoven
Your Ecossaise is entertaining and I felt happy after heard it ^^. Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy
Good job!

Yaaay Very Happy Cool =)))
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Re: Thomas's Performances - NEW Liszt Moments Musicaux D.01 - Page 39

Post by Casyopea on Thu May 22, 2008 8:26 pm

BRAVO! I'm going to ask my teacher for this one! Keep it up, Thomas, you are doing GREAT! cheers
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Post by Thomandy on Thu May 22, 2008 9:19 pm

Casyopea wrote:BRAVO! I'm going to ask my teacher for this one! Keep it up, Thomas, you are doing GREAT! cheers

You should Smile It is very easy to learn. And it sticks within a couple of days! Smile I really like playing it Smile
Tnx Very Happy
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Re: Thomas's Performances - NEW Liszt Moments Musicaux D.01 - Page 39

Post by Phobik2000 on Thu May 22, 2008 11:23 pm

It was nice thomandy, good job afro
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Re: Thomas's Performances - NEW Liszt Moments Musicaux D.01 - Page 39

Post by Thomandy on Thu May 22, 2008 11:43 pm

Phobik2000 wrote:It was nice thomandy, good job afro
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Post by Sepheron on Fri May 23, 2008 12:18 am

Clap, clap!! This last one was really well played!! Smile

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Post by Thomandy on Fri May 23, 2008 12:33 am

Sepheron wrote:Clap, clap!! This last one was really well played!! Smile

Wooho Very Happy Tnx alot =) Apriciate it =))
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Post by Thomandy on Mon May 26, 2008 11:58 pm

I wasnt really in the mood to practice, or learn somthing at all, so I thought wath the heck.. Why not try to improvise in my favorite scale (B-Major)Very Happy And, this is the result!!

I can say: I didnt really prepare on beforehand, so everything is made up un the spot. Only knowledge I had was that some keys sounded good togheter, and others dont Razz And thats it really. I stick to the key almost the whole time. Got a little lucky I didnt totally ruin the endig, couse then I suddanly for some reason jumped out of key, hehe. And, I actually sat for 4 minutes Razz Damn, didnt know that. Could probably have shortend down a bit from about 2:10 - 3:10ish, something in that area, got very repetative, but still, I AM REALLY satisfied with my very first improvisation Very Happy

Hope you enjoy!

And at the bottom, a picture I drew after a onlinedrawing Smile It is Mozart Smile

Improv #1 - B Major


Mozart


Last edited by thomandy on Tue May 27, 2008 4:04 am; edited 2 times in total (Reason for editing : B-Major ad)
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Post by VictorCS on Tue May 27, 2008 1:03 am

That sounded kinda like the title song in the Croc game ( Playstation ).
But not as happy.... Great drawing by the way ^_^

I loved 3:15 when you start at the higher octave cheers


Croc song I was talking about
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Post by Thomandy on Tue May 27, 2008 1:19 am

VictorCS wrote:That sounded kinda like the title song in the Croc game ( Playstation ).
But not as happy.... Great drawing by the way ^_^

I loved 3:15 when you start at the higher octave cheers


Croc song I was talking about

Never owned a playstation so I havnt heard about that game, but cool Smile
And tnx Very Happy Nice you liked the drawing aswell Smile

The link worked, but the song was forbidden! Razz

Was it this?
http://vgmusic.com/music/console/sony/ps1/Croc1st.mid

Well, that didnt work either now suddanly Razz Dont know why then Razz
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Post by Sepheron on Tue May 27, 2008 3:39 am

It was really nice for your first improvisation!
What i'm gonna say it's a matter of taste, but you ended your improv in B, wich is like the IV of of the F# maj scale, and it's not an "ending cord" but a suspended one, and dosen't really feels like the music ended. If you made an F# maj chord after that B... would have sounded more acomplished in the end. (try it, play the tune you did, get to the B for the ending and then try the F# ;p those are called "cadencias" in portuguese, idk the name in english, maybe Andrew can say it for me ^^)
But... it's your interpretation... so it's ok. I'm just giving you a tip :p

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Post by Thomandy on Tue May 27, 2008 4:03 am

Sepheron wrote:It was really nice for your first improvisation!
What i'm gonna say it's a matter of taste, but you ended your improv in B, wich is like the IV of of the F# maj scale, and it's not an "ending cord" but a suspended one, and dosen't really feels like the music ended. If you made an F# maj chord after that B... would have sounded more acomplished in the end. (try it, play the tune you did, get to the B for the ending and then try the F# ;p those are called "cadencias" in portuguese, idk the name in english, maybe Andrew can say it for me ^^)
But... it's your interpretation... so it's ok. I'm just giving you a tip :p

First of all tnx Very Happy

Second.. I didnt do anything wrong?! Razz I started and ended On the exact" same notes, as you say B. But, this Improv is In B- Major.
All my notes are in that scale! Why did you think I was playing in F#?? Smile

One thing I though of after I was finished is that I could have used a correct leading tone before ending, but that I didnt think of at the time I was playing, and I dont know the right leadingtones anyways Razz hehe.. But I did try to lead, maby I failed at that, wich might result in what you are saying about not sounding finished, but I start and end with B.

First touch -

Right hand - B
Left hand - E

Last touch

Right hand - B
Left hand - B
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Post by Thomandy on Wed May 28, 2008 12:35 am

Okay, this is Just a repost Smile its Nocturnal Dream, playd with more emotion?! Better soundquality, and new fasade! Smile
And actually my cousen(13) is acting in the intro Smile

Nocturnal Dream - Original Composition


The vid is a tad unsynced, but, just a tad Razz
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Post by Thomandy on Wed May 28, 2008 2:41 am

Well, a little somthing I had some fun with Smile The Indiana Jones Theme

Raiders March
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Post by maggiekedves on Wed May 28, 2008 6:46 am

I still love your dream... and your improv seemed pro for me, really nice parts in it I liked the higher part too Smile
You are definitely talented cheers
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Post by VictorCS on Wed May 28, 2008 7:17 am

Indiana Jones lol!
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Post by Thomandy on Wed May 28, 2008 9:29 am

maggiekedves wrote:I still love your dream... and your improv seemed pro for me, really nice parts in it I liked the higher part too Smile You are definitely talented cheers
tnx Maggie =) You are always so cind Wink

VictorCS wrote:Indiana Jones lol!
Hehe, I loved Indiana Jones as a Child Wink
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Post by pianohama on Wed May 28, 2008 11:42 am

I liked the improvisation you came up with some sweet melody lines Smile However sometimes you repeated the same note to many times and it took away all the sweetness(or tension?) from the improv. You probably did that to get some thinking time for what to do next..
Also it seems to me that the piece never came to that "fulfilling" part, or how I should say it... The blast of emotion ? But hey it's your piece maybe you didn't want it to.
Another thing you should practice is some more left hand action Smile Good job on your first improvisation...
You can read my improvisation guide if you need some directions on what you can play to add more emotion into your improvs Smile
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Post by CripKilla on Wed May 28, 2008 12:28 pm

Your Indiana Jones was just too nice Very Happy
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