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Post by maggiekedves on Thu Apr 24, 2008 7:23 am

Well well I survived my recital today... so I decided after this euphoric experience I might as well make some recording.

Creating recordings is a lot more fun than studying for the exams LOL... I could do it every day Very Happy

Anyway here it is my main piece for today.
(I started to learn it 4 weeks ago and I could only practiced 3 hours a week.)

I loved this piece from the time I was 7 or 8 so it is a great pleasure to know how to play it.




By the way I was reading about shaky hands and stuff like that I think Elena mentioned it... well I have never seen my hands shaking so much than today during the recital... I though I can be just happy to play and be calm... that time it did not work silent


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Post by maggiekedves on Thu Apr 24, 2008 7:28 am

Here is another favorite of mine.
J Haydn unknown piece... at least I am not familiar with it.

I was singing this melody when I was 9 or 10. There was a Hungarian song writer who created a cute song for this sweet melody. I added the text of the song in Hungarian ( no value for you guys I guess unless you like to see and read unknown foreign languages.

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Post by Thomandy on Thu Apr 24, 2008 8:14 am

The first one to comment, yaay =) You did very good on the Back I think, slightly hesetating when going from one bar to the nexte some places is the only little thing to put my finger on, but thats gone with a little more practice. But I liked it very much, and think you are doing great Smile So you must keep this up Very Happy The other peace is alos nice, sounded familiare in a way =) How did it go on your recital, did you get to play it trough even though you where nervous?? =)
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Post by maggiekedves on Thu Apr 24, 2008 8:42 am

thomandy wrote:The first one to comment, yaay =) You did very good on the Back I think, slightly hesetating when going from one bar to the nexte some places is the only little thing to put my finger on, but thats gone with a little more practice. But I liked it very much, and think you are doing great Smile So you must keep this up Very Happy The other peace is alos nice, sounded familiare in a way =) How did it go on your recital, did you get to play it trough even though you where nervous?? =)

The version I recorded is a short one... because every section is repeated in the original piece here I only play it once...
Well Im an honest person so I can tell right away when I started to play I missed the second note and that messed me and upset me up completely.
My instructor said its ok, start it over. She know how much I can stress even when it was only her listening.
So I started it over but I made few mistakes, I so much wanted to play with a flow that couple of time when I missed with one note I just kept going on like nothing happened tongue
Repeating everything twice had 2 chances: 1 that I mess it up again and 2 that I finally play it as I was supposed to geek
I guess my teacher was happy that I did not blocked out completely ( that happened with me once with her)

I ve never seen my hands shaking that much, but I was not the only one silent
Actually I was also hesitating whether I should post the Bach because my mind is just sooo tired...( Constant 2-3 hours a day sleep) I played it again and again... and I started to mix them up that is the reason I kind of hesitated... so many similar parts in it. It was hard to keep track where I am at... and of course I played it by heart... so no che ating on the sheet music either.
I think the hapsicord version had a lot more flow...
What happened is that I just let my cam run and try to forget I am recording. On the piano version I was still tense.

I did not have time to record until it is perfect, I hoped to post it together my recital video. I actually spent more time on doing that instead of history... good thing noone spank me for that. lol!

Now I got to hit the hay. Sleep
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Post by Thomandy on Thu Apr 24, 2008 8:57 am

Okay, I understand Smile I would have been nervous myselfe, so dont beat your selfe becaause of that- Experience is the only way. I also still get nervous if Im playing infront of people. In the beginning I actuall couldnt, because fy focus wasnt really on the music, but that I JUST HAD TO DO IT RIGHT. It is when you change that focus, manages to do so, and as Andrew says in a post, about that bubble. It is then you can enjoy your own music infront of others aswell Smile

maggiekedves wrote:It was hard to keep track where I am at... and of course I played it by heart... so no che ating on the sheet music either.

That wouldnt have been cheating =) If you where able to do that, read the sheetmusic at the same time and play with flow after soon 3 months, I would say that was impressive. I dont have a problem with learning things by heart it seems, and cant really read harder peaces while playing. "harder" Razz hehe, I tryed a easy wals, and it went good Razz Haha

But overall, I think you did good Smile So dont loose the spirit even though your are nervous, hopfully it is much easyer after a coupple of times Smile I have to quote somthing i read online somwhere:

"Practice doesnt neseceraly make it perfect, but it sure makes you more confident when you play"

And I guess its okay to have confidence when playing Smile
So just practice, and one day you'll sit there and performe at a high level, and you dont know where the time went Smile
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Post by maggiekedves on Thu Apr 24, 2008 3:50 pm

thomandy wrote:Okay, I understand Smile I would have been nervous myselfe, so dont beat your selfe becaause of that-
I certainly wont, especially that this recording is more like a progress report and no doubt I made progress within 2 month. Im more comfortable with the keys than I was a month ago so it just need its time. afro And if I only show the perfect version recorded after many try, Andrew would not see the real problems Smile
It is a reality clip Rolling Eyes
I actually tried hard to concentrate on the music and I was not thinking about "huh so many people watching", it is enough for me sit in front of the teacher and mess up. That can easily wreck my nerves. I guess Im just that emotional type.

I was in a bubble with shaking hands Smile actually probably the reason is the Grand Piano, it usually makes me nervous when I need to play on a big piano like that. Maybe that is why it is an advantage to have your own Grand Piano affraid

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"Practice doesnt neseceraly make it perfect, but it sure makes you more confident when you play"

That is a great quote, Thanks for sharing it flower I will live according to that lol!
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Post by pianohama on Thu Apr 24, 2008 4:44 pm

Very nice maggie i liked it alot Smile!
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Post by Thomandy on Thu Apr 24, 2008 5:02 pm

maggiekedves wrote: And if I only show the perfect version recorded after many try, Andrew would not see the real problems Smile It is a reality clip Rolling Eyes
I understand Smile I do several takes. It is practice as well I think. So I just roll the camera when Im practicing. If it doesnt work that day I also roll the camera during practice the next day. And usually when I do a "perfect" clip, it isnt luck so to say.. Then I play like that in generell. Since this is a performancetopic I want to show my best =) So I feel the need to upload my best performance.

Forgot to say also, that even though you play on a keboard, I think you deliver this peace with lots of emotion Smile It isnt rushed and is very calm and nice to listen to =)
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Post by maggiekedves on Thu Apr 24, 2008 8:46 pm

pianohama wrote:Very nice maggie i liked it alot Smile!
Thanks Smile Confidence building Smile
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Post by maggiekedves on Thu Apr 24, 2008 8:55 pm

thomandy wrote:
maggiekedves wrote: And if I only show the perfect version recorded after many try, Andrew would not see the real problems Smile It is a reality clip Rolling Eyes
I understand Smile I do several takes. It is practice as well I think. So I just roll the camera when Im practicing. If it doesnt work that day I also roll the camera during practice the next day. And usually when I do a "perfect" clip, it isnt luck so to say.. Then I play like that in generell. Since this is a performancetopic I want to show my best =) So I feel the need to upload my best performance.

Forgot to say also, that even though you play on a keboard, I think you deliver this peace with lots of emotion Smile It isnt rushed and is very calm and nice to listen to =)

One thing I like about this keyboard is that it is touch sensitive so you can put some feelings into it, not only pushing the right key and it gives always the same sound.
Of course I would love to show my very best performance... geek it is not here yet jocolor
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Post by Casyopea on Thu Apr 24, 2008 10:19 pm

Hey that was good! I'm sure you benefit a lot from recitals, it's a great way to get used to playing with others and for others.

Keep it up!!!

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Post by Phobik2000 on Fri Apr 25, 2008 12:33 am

Nice playing maggie, w00t w00t w00t! cheers
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Post by Admin Andrew on Fri Apr 25, 2008 1:39 am

BRAVO! Maggie!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I was SOOO excited to hear you play!!! VERY GOOD JOB!!!!!!!!!! *claps*

You actually have very nice phrasing and voicing, you kept an overall steady tempo you didn't rush, there were lots of nice things about your playing. My mom was actually in the room when i was watching the video and she said that you had talent, then i told her you'd only been playing for a couple months and she thought that was incredible.

It's ok If you were nervous. I used to get VERY VERY VERY nervous one time I actually had both my knees shaking and my hands shook so bad I actually couldn't play my song... And look how I play now? You're already better than I was when I first started so maybe I need to watch out for you!

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Post by maggiekedves on Fri Apr 25, 2008 6:53 am

Admin Andrew wrote:BRAVO! Maggie!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I was SOOO excited to hear you play!!! VERY GOOD JOB!!!!!!!!!! *claps*

You actually have very nice phrasing and voicing, you kept an overall steady tempo you didn't rush, there were lots of nice things about your playing. My mom was actually in the room when i was watching the video and she said that you had talent, then i told her you'd only been playing for a couple months and she thought that was incredible.

It's ok If you were nervous. I used to get VERY VERY VERY nervous one time I actually had both my knees shaking and my hands shook so bad I actually couldn't play my song... And look how I play now? You're already better than I was when I first started so maybe I need to watch out for you!

Thank you SOOOOOOOOO MUCH, that was greatly encouraging for me.
Did your mother started to teach you for the piano? Im sure she loved how you played better and better.
Tell your mother thanks for the kind comment. My mother-in-law keeps telling she thinks it is incredible too, but I dont feel like it. There is still a lot to learn, but I m for sure enjoying it Very Happy

I never realised how hard it is playing the piano with shaking hands, now I know it Smile
I seriously cant believe you were shaking nervous Shocked but most importantly you play in front of hundreds of people and you enjoy it, that is what counts. I dont think I am better than you when you started... I am just little more mature geek
I love it when someone watch over me in a good sense cyclops
Thanks again, your are a great teacher for me, boost me ego bounce
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Post by Thomandy on Fri Apr 25, 2008 8:45 am

maggiekedves wrote:
I never realised how hard it is playing the piano with shaking hands, now I know it Smile

I guess after some weeks, when you play, if you still are that nervous you should use it as a effekt Wink
That would be a realle impressive effect on the playing, extremly rapid ingermovement Very Happy
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That would be a realle impressive effect on the playing, extremly rapid ingermovement Very Happy

ha ha ha ha!!! lol! Man that gave me a funny mental image

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Post by Admin Andrew on Fri Apr 25, 2008 9:19 am

maggiekedves wrote:
Admin Andrew wrote:BRAVO! Maggie!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I was SOOO excited to hear you play!!! VERY GOOD JOB!!!!!!!!!! *claps*

You actually have very nice phrasing and voicing, you kept an overall steady tempo you didn't rush, there were lots of nice things about your playing. My mom was actually in the room when i was watching the video and she said that you had talent, then i told her you'd only been playing for a couple months and she thought that was incredible.

It's ok If you were nervous. I used to get VERY VERY VERY nervous one time I actually had both my knees shaking and my hands shook so bad I actually couldn't play my song... And look how I play now? You're already better than I was when I first started so maybe I need to watch out for you!

Thank you SOOOOOOOOO MUCH, that was greatly encouraging for me.
Did your mother started to teach you for the piano? Im sure she loved how you played better and better.
Tell your mother thanks for the kind comment. My mother-in-law keeps telling she thinks it is incredible too, but I dont feel like it. There is still a lot to learn, but I m for sure enjoying it Very Happy

I never realised how hard it is playing the piano with shaking hands, now I know it Smile
I seriously cant believe you were shaking nervous Shocked but most importantly you play in front of hundreds of people and you enjoy it, that is what counts. I dont think I am better than you when you started... I am just little more mature geek
I love it when someone watch over me in a good sense cyclops
Thanks again, your are a great teacher for me, boost me ego bounce

I'll let my mom know you thanked her ^_^

Yes playing with shaky hands can be tough. In my story I was trying to let you know that I started out VERY nervous when I played, and evenually I got to the point where I didn't break a sweat playing in front of as many as 700 people. There WAS a time when I played for 4,000 ONCE and...i was nervous as heck because 2 days before my performance i was out camping, and while i was chopping firewood on this stump that was on a 45 degree angle with a really heavy and newly sharpened axe I chopped right through the wood RIGHT into my left 2nd finger. So my whole 2nd finger was bandaged up and I had to play like that, but we managed to play PERFECTLY and it sounded GREAT king

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Post by maggiekedves on Fri Apr 25, 2008 5:29 pm

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maggiekedves wrote:
I never realised how hard it is playing the piano with shaking hands, now I know it Smile

I guess after some weeks, when you play, if you still are that nervous you should use it as a effekt Wink
That would be a realle impressive effect on the playing, extremly rapid ingermovement Very Happy

lol! I actually pictured myself doing that.... lol! Especially if I would try to play like Liszt Hungarian rhapsody or some kind
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Post by maggiekedves on Fri Apr 25, 2008 5:34 pm

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I'll let my mom know you thanked her ^_^

Yes playing with shaky hands can be tough. In my story I was trying to let you know that I started out VERY nervous when I played, and evenually I got to the point where I didn't break a sweat playing in front of as many as 700 people. There WAS a time when I played for 4,000 ONCE and...i was nervous as heck because 2 days before my performance i was out camping, and while i was chopping firewood on this stump that was on a 45 degree angle with a really heavy and newly sharpened axe I chopped right through the wood RIGHT into my left 2nd finger. So my whole 2nd finger was bandaged up and I had to play like that, but we managed to play PERFECTLY and it sounded GREAT king

I understood your point Smile and it is great you overcame that obsticle..
Well you should be little more careful with an axe like that... Im sure you could solve playing with 9 fingers... Rolling Eyes but better not if u dont have to. Wink That must have been a tough challange playing with a bandage...
Too bad you dont have a concert recording Smile It would be fun to see the 4000 people watching you play...
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Too bad you dont have a concert recording Smile It would be fun to see the 4000 people watching you play...

I know! this was before I had video capibilities..but there is a picture i'll see if i can post it

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Post by Thomandy on Fri Apr 25, 2008 8:04 pm

Nice pic Smile I want to expirience that aswell, performe infron of lots of people. Maby Ill do Norwegian Tallents next year, hah a, Very Happy
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Post by Phobik2000 on Sat Apr 26, 2008 3:38 am

WARNING:Axe-crazy person on the loose, use extreme caution! affraid
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phobik2000 wrote:WARNING:Axe-crazy person on the loose, use extreme caution! affraid

hahaha...yes becareful or he'll hunt you down...and chop you to pieces Suspect

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Post by Phobik2000 on Sat Apr 26, 2008 5:15 am

Shocked *calls for Angela's help* Twisted Evil What a Face
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Post by maggiekedves on Sat Apr 26, 2008 10:55 pm

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Too bad you dont have a concert recording Smile It would be fun to see the 4000 people watching you play...

I know! this was before I had video capibilities..but there is a picture i'll see if i can post it

Are you actually playing or just waiting for the time you can play?
Thanks for the photo Smile
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