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Post by Thomandy on Thu May 08, 2008 12:04 am

Lets play the 12 simple questions-game study

1:What is the longest period you have been away from the piano?
2: Do often do 1 or 2 daybreaks from the piano?
3:How long can you sit and practice, play and enjoy the piano?
4:How often do you learn new songs??
5: Do you always complete learning those songs?
6:What is your greatest achevement?(songs)

7:How often do you think about the piano, or the songs you play/listen to?
8:Have you ever cried, or gotten very emotional playing or listening to pianosongs??
9:If yes on 8, what songs or pianists where to "blame"?
10:Do you ever get REALLY frustrated when practicing the piano?
11:If yes in 10, what do you do about it?
12:Who inspired you to start this journey? =)

Have fun answering, or of it isnt... Then, go ahead and answer anyways king


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Re: 12- Questions- PianoTrivia =)

Post by Jordan on Thu May 08, 2008 6:26 am

Very nice thread thomandy. I'll start it off even though it's late and I'm really tired.

1. Probably a few weeks because of other stuff that kept me busy.
2. Rarely, I tend to at least play or touch the keys every day unless I really don't have time to even look at it.
3. 1-2 hours is enough unless I'm really concentrating on learning a particular piece.
4. I usually learn new pieces after I've learned the current one well enough.
5. No, not always.
6. Not too sure about that since I'm constantly learning different pieces.
7. I think about playing piano almost every day, and when I'm thinking about the songs I play or listen to then I usually take out my iPod and listen to them as soon as possible.
8. This is a really good question, and to be honest I've actually cried once after listening to a song when my aunt passed away. Other then that, playing an emotional piece is very touching but I rather feel and love the song instead of crying.
9. Probably Chopin and Beethoven's music.
10. Sometimes, it depends on what frustrates me. And when I get frustrated I usually just stop practicing and do something else.
11. Listen to their music.
12. Good question. Music is what gave me potential and inspiration to play the piano and to start this journey. I really believe that music is part of your soul. You live with it, and you die with it.


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Re: 12- Questions- PianoTrivia =)

Post by Thomandy on Thu May 08, 2008 7:22 am

Great that you kicked it of Jordan=)

1:What is the longest period you have been away from the piano??
1week in febuary, didnt have motivation to learn new songs, so I just took a break actually witout thinkin' so much about it then...
2: Do often do 1 or 2 daybreaks from the piano?
Hm.. Nope, after I got my piano, yesterday is my first daybreak. -7mai :p
3:How long can you sit and practice, play and enjoy the piano?
I usually break practice down, but I can sit from 1 to 3 or 4 hours with smaller onlinebreaks or somthing.
4:How often do you learn new songs??
Up til now I have learned once or twice songs at the same time. Depending on the difficultys. I like to learn on "hard"(challanging) song as my big project, and then som other not so hard, that I still enjoy, but doesnt demant so much as the bigger piece. I know maby 10+/- songs, so a new song maby every couple a weeks in avrage...
5: Do you allways complete learning those songs?
Nope... :p

6:What is your greates achevement?(songs)
So far: Fur Elise - I will upload a Recording of it soon =)
7:How often do you think about the piano, or the songs you play/listen to?
To much, so I got to calm down :p
8:Have you ever cryed, or gotten very emotional playing or listening to pianosongs??
No, not yet. I have feelt emotional, yes.
9:If yes on 8, what songs or pianists where to "blame"?
Moonlight sonata, canon, fur elise ++
10:Do you ever get REALLY frustrated when practicing the piano?
Sometimes when MY DAMN fingers arnt cooperating with me :p
11:If yes in 10, what do you do about it?
Get as far away as possible :p hehe
12:Who inspired you to start this journey? =)
I was on a gathering in the Comunity, and this young 14year old boy played 2songs on the piano at the very end. Never seen this boy before in my life, and even if I allways liked pianomusic, I never listend to it or had really anything to do with it, untill 2 month AFTER I heard this boys performance. This I couse "Elkj°p" - had a sale on keyboards. I didnt really buy on impulse, it took me a couple of days, couse 300$ is still alot for a student. But, I just had to... Then I got bitten by the bug as we say here in Norway. And 3 months later, I outgrew my keyboard, and the very day after I saw Andrews Youtubelesson: Battel of the boards, I looked up shops that could give me a fair prize, and bought my new "grand" piano Very Happy

So that 14year old boy, who dosnt know me, and I dont know him, is responsable for a new passion in my life Smile
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Re: 12- Questions- PianoTrivia =)

Post by VictorCS on Thu May 08, 2008 10:04 am

1:What is the longest period you have been away from the piano??
Prolly a year or 2, when I didnt play much.

2: Do often do 1 or 2 daybreaks from the piano?
I dont plan breaks, I play some here and there.

3:How long can you sit and practice, play and enjoy the piano?
Last year when I practiced Canon Rock I used to practice for 5-6 hours.

4:How often do you learn new songs??
Whenever I hear a new one I wanna learn.

5: Do you allways complete learning those songs?
Mostly I do learn 4-5 bars before I quit and hear a new song ( shame on me, but I have completed a few )

6:What is your greates achevement?(songs)
I dont really know, what's a great achivement? A short song? a long song? complicated? simple?
Or just that it's a piece you feel you can play with your heart?
I think To zanarkand is the song I could've playd infront of audience, as I can play it however I wanna play it.
Fast, slow, mad, sad, etc.... It's playd everyday...


7:How often do you think about the piano, or the songs you play/listen to?
Each time I hear a song I wanna play, I think that I'll have to practice it soon, several times a day.

8:Have you ever cryed, or gotten very emotional playing or listening to pianosongs??
I've just been pissed off when I cant play things correctly.

9:If yes on 8, what songs or pianists where to "blame"?
Me.

10:Do you ever get REALLY frustrated when practicing the piano?
Yes.

11:If yes in 10, what do you do about it?
I play harder and faster.

12:Who inspired you to start this journey? =)
I started when I was a kid, playing on my grandparents piano, I did actually compose and write down the notes back then when I was about 7 years,
then I got my own little keyboard when i was 9-10, learn a couple of rigthhand songs. When I was 14, they air some "radioshow" on TV, nrkmp3,
and they guy there was playing with synthesizers, and I wanted to make trance, so I bought my synthesizer.
It's fun to play with, but I havent really made a trance song yet. When I was 15-16 I got my first keyboard ( used ), Yamaha PSR-47, 61 keys, I'm still using today.
But it wasnt until last year when my brother got his guitar, and found "Canon Rock" - playd by funtwo. I couldnt play it on a guitar ( didnt know how to play a guitar ).
So I practiced this piece on my keyboard, and that's why I love playing music today. And I will continue, since it's fun. I usually play everyday.
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Re: 12- Questions- PianoTrivia =)

Post by Phi on Thu May 08, 2008 3:06 pm

This looks interesting...

1:What is the longest period you have been away from the piano?
- Since I started, hours at most.
2: Do often do 1 or 2 daybreaks from the piano?
-Nope. I also use my piano as a midi controller -if that counts!
3:How long can you sit and practice, play and enjoy the piano?
-My practice time is broken up throughout the day, but I think I could last 3hrs at a stretch
4:How often do you learn new songs??
-Very often.
5: Do you always complete learning those songs?
-Yes, but I'm always working on several songs, so it takes a while.
6:What is your greatest achevement?(songs)
-Not so sure, but when I'm finished with Romance sans Paroles [Faure] it will be.
7:How often do you think about the piano, or the songs you play/listen to?
-Very often.
8:Have you ever cried, or gotten very emotional playing or listening to pianosongs??
- I once got very emotional because of a piano/voice duet; but it might have been because of the song's lyrics
9:If yes on 8, what songs or pianists where to "blame"?
-Someday [Nina Girado]
10:Do you ever get REALLY frustrated when practicing the piano?
-A LOT
11:If yes in 10, what do you do about it?
- Remind myself of the other stuff I couldn't do well at first.
12:Who inspired you to start this journey? =)
- I was in a band [actually a church worship team] some yrs ago; playing with the keyboardist made me want to play like him.


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Re: 12- Questions- PianoTrivia =)

Post by Thomandy on Fri May 16, 2008 11:26 pm

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Re: 12- Questions- PianoTrivia =)

Post by Admin Andrew on Sat May 17, 2008 2:28 am

1:What is the longest period you have been away from the piano? 2 months (went on a long summer vacation with no piano in sight)


2: Do often do 1 or 2 daybreaks from the piano? Before, very rarely, but now because of my tendonitious pretty much every week.


3:How long can you sit and practice, play and enjoy the piano? this question is depressing for me to think about...Well i USED to play and sit for about 4-5 hours daily, now it's somewhere around 30 minutes IF i'm lucky.


4:How often do you learn new songs?? I used to often, now i'm stuck on the same pieces due to lack of practise time


5: Do you always complete learning those songs? YES i ALWAYS complete what i start. Although you can never really FINISH a piece, you can just be satisfied with it. Art is never finished


6:What is your greatest achevement?(songs) Probably my greatest achievement song wise is Polonaise in A flat major. I had it SO good, note perfect, memorized, very clean, amazing voicing, wonderful dynamics steady tempo, great trills and articulations good pedaling, everything!

7:How often do you think about the piano, or the songs you play/listen to? Sometimes I get obsessed with the songs i'm currently learning and i hum them, while i walk around, but i have a very one track mind, whatever i'm doing i focus on like a lion stalking it's prey cat


8:Have you ever cried, or gotten very emotional playing or listening to pianosongs?? I've felt VERY VERY MOVED inside, to the point where i probably could've cried, but I haven't. I tend to try to hold the tears back


9:If yes on 8, what songs or pianists where to "blame"? Probably the most i've ever gotten choaked up is listening to Angela Play chopin's Barcarolle op 60


10:Do you ever get REALLY frustrated when practicing the piano? YES, not being able to practise like I used to pisses me off to no end! Other than that, i'm pretty calm Smile Although sometimes when i'm learning a bach prelude & fugue I want to rip my hair out of my head Smile


11:If yes in 10, what do you do about it? I just get up and take a deep breath


12:Who inspired you to start this journey? =) My mom! When i was 5 years old she asked me if I'd liek to learn piano, and i said yes mom! Smile

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Post by Adelbert0923 on Sat May 17, 2008 4:53 pm

1:What is the longest period you have been away from the piano?
Uhmm...5 days
2: Do often do 1 or 2 daybreaks from the piano?
Sometimes if didn't get enough sleep.
3:How long can you sit and practice, play and enjoy the piano?
3 hours..
4:How often do you learn new songs??
It depends on my mood...
5: Do you always complete learning those songs?
Yes if I really like the song...
6:What is your greatest achevement?(songs)
When I started playing Fur Elise (video turorial by Andrew) and Moonlight Sonata 1st movement...
7:How often do you think about the piano, or the songs you play/listen to? Everyday.....I always play it to my mind even I'm watching T.V.
8:Have you ever cried, or gotten very emotional playing or listening to pianosongs?? No...but I can feel the emotions of each songs
9:If yes on 8, what songs or pianists where to "blame"?

10:Do you ever get REALLY frustrated when practicing the piano?
Oh...yes when I'm reading notes coz' I cannot understand some complicated notes (that's only because I cannot completely read notes)
11:If yes in 10, what do you do about it?
Reviewing the lessons of Andrew....
12:Who inspired you to start this journey? =)
It's Andrew....it's an accident actually because I'm looking videos on youtube then I saw one of Andrew's video tutorial then I continue watching....the reason why I search videos on youtube because I'm going to join a contest on Feb. 2009 so I like to play piano on the Talent Portion to surprise my friends...... Razz Very Happy lol!
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Re: 12- Questions- PianoTrivia =)

Post by maggiekedves on Sun May 18, 2008 9:04 am

thomandy wrote:Hey!! Need more people to join =)

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Since you asked so nicely Hey Smile

1:What is the longest period you have been away from the piano??
The last month when I didnt have too much time to play neither to learn any new pieces. But I cant tell exactly.

2: Do often do 1 or 2 daybreaks from the piano?
When I was diligently practicing I practiced every day, nowadays I just try to keep the bare minimum and play little before go to bed or while waiting for others in the formal living room.

3:How long can you sit and practice, play and enjoy the piano?
If I am not pressured with exams and other duties I can play 2-3 hours easily. (By the end usually my brain is screaming though mixing up notes and I know this is the point to stop.

4:How often do you learn new songs??
Wish I could learn a new song every week... my first bigger piece I learnt in 4 weeks. From that time on I did not have time to learn new. ( Today I made some preparation for a new one though... )

5: Do you allways complete learning those songs?
Many times I have songs I wish to play but dont have the skills ... after I find the ones which can work I start to learn them. So far I was quite faithful to the songs.

6:What is your greates achevement?(songs)
I did not really learnt too much songs so I can easily answer that question: Bach Minuet in G major.

7:How often do you think about the piano, or the songs you play/listen to?
Everytime I listen to the radio or music I wish to play, when Im actually learning a song I think about it pretty much all day.

8:Have you ever cryed, or gotten very emotional playing or listening to pianosongs??
Listening to pianosongs are very moving, when Im playing it it is a whole different level. Concentration kind of kills being emotional.

9:If yes on 8, what songs or pianists where to "blame"?
Last time I got emotional on the Michael Nyman - The heart asks the pleasure first and partly the videoclip can be blamed too.

10:Do you ever get REALLY frustrated when practicing the piano?
Not really. I know when I get tired.

11:If yes in 10, what do you do about it?

12:Who inspired you to start this journey? =)
I always admired those who can play the piano. I played flute/recorder for over 8 years but my dream was to play the piano.
My grandfather has an electrical organ and he plays pretty good although he never learnt any music theory or sightreading. His son ( little younger than me Smile ) learnt to play piano when I learnt the flute, I envied that.
He quit the lessons but he could still play pretty good. I just got to know it not long time ago that he actually never learnt the sightreading either, I guess he has similar talent in playing by ear as his father.
Why did not I inherited this?
silent Well at least Im learning sightreading now cheers

So the desire goes back to prehistoric times
lol!
The actually cause to start is a complex improvement. First of all getting married to a guy who has a 100 years old piano helped a lot. Smile Poor piano was so neglected Crying or Very sad , barely anyone played on it. (Not counting 2,3 years old grandkids.)
Secondly at church sitting in the first row next to the pianist and staring at her hands how well she plays the hymns.
Thirdly I needed to choose an art class for my AAS degree... and in the catalog the only appealing class was piano for beginners. Everything fell into places and I could not avoid my fate
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Many friends and my relatives who did not have piano teachers were extra inspiration for me... proving I can do it even if I cant afford a private piano teacher. Io behold here I am with a virtual piano teacher and many helping friends. Wink
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Post by Admin Andrew on Sun May 18, 2008 5:07 pm

maggiekedves wrote:
Io behold here I am with a virtual piano teacher and many helping friends. [/color]Wink

Awww Sad that's sooo cute Smile

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Post by Jordan on Sun May 18, 2008 5:33 pm

12:Who inspired you to start this journey? =)
[color=red]I always admired those who can play the piano. I played flute/recorder for over 8 years but my dream was to play the piano.
My grandfather has an electrical organ and he plays pretty good although he never learnt any music theory or sightreading. His son ( little younger than me Smile ) learnt to play piano when I learnt the flute, I envied that.[/quote]

You're lucky that you have a grandfather who's a musician and is still alive. My grandfather was also a musician, he played the Accordion and guitar. And guess what? he died. The only one I have left is my grandmother, who I live with. We're really close so it's going to be hard when she passes away. Anyways, besides that, I liked your answers.
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Post by maggiekedves on Mon May 19, 2008 2:36 am

Jordan wrote:
You're lucky that you have a grandfather who's a musician and is still alive. My grandfather was also a musician, he played the Accordion and guitar. And guess what? he died. The only one I have left is my grandmother, who I live with. We're really close so it's going to be hard when she passes away. Anyways, besides that, I liked your answers.

He is actually not a musician ... he is a TV and Radio engineer Very Happy he just enjoys music in his spare time.
I am lucky indeed he is turning 77 this year and he would still run after the girls Wink
Actually the not too lucky part is that I live on the other side of the globe... but this summer I can visit him and who knows whether I will see him ever again after that... one great thing is that his son taught him to use the internet and we can sometimes talk a little.
I am very interested in the family history and I asked him about his childhood and he enjoyed telling me about it on thru MSN and he talked for 3 hours... ( after a while I realized I need to take notes so I would not forget what he says because I might not hear these stories again and I would like to tell them to my kids. )

His father, my great grand father had an accordion... my grandfather still have it (it is probably close to 100 years old) and my great grand played it while he lived.( probably he had not much idea about sightreading either, he was a taylor.)

I hope that your grandmother is in a good health and she will spend many more years with you. I wish she can see when you will have kids. It is such a blessing for them.

Grands are fantastic they know so many things about the past world, personal wise things it is worth all the time you can spend with them.
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Awww Sad that's sooo cute Smile

I see you hihglighted the main point What a Face But you know the truth needs to be told sunny
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Post by Marnex on Tue Jun 03, 2008 1:02 am

1:What is the longest period you have been away from the piano?
1:1 or 2 days.

2: Do often do 1 or 2 daybreaks from the piano?
2:No unless my wrist hurts or I get sick.

3:How long can you sit and practice, play and enjoy the piano?
3:1-2 hours.

4:How often do you learn new songs??
4:I just started learning piano so not that often.

5: Do you always complete learning those songs?
5:Yes except Fur Elise because I can't find someone to teach me the whole part.

6:What is your greatest achevement?(songs)
6:Um.....I don't have one right now but I would like to be good enough to play at the church.

7:How often do you think about the piano, or the songs you play/listen to?
7:I think about piano quite often and if I listen to a song I like I try to learn it.

8:Have you ever cried, or gotten very emotional playing or listening to pianosongs??
8:No I just feel emotional lol.

9:If yes on 8, what songs or pianists where to "blame"?
9:Chopin, Beethoven, and Claude Debussy.

10:Do you ever get REALLY frustrated when practicing the piano?
10:Sometimes when I mess up alot in a song.

11:If yes in 10, what do you do about it?
11:I keep trying until I get it or rest a bit.

12:Who inspired you to start this journey? =)
12:My brother because when I saw him learning guitar I got inspired at that moment to learn piano since I always loved it.
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Post by Thomandy on Tue Jun 03, 2008 3:48 am

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5:Yes except Fur Elise because I can't find someone to teach me the whole part.

Dont you read sheets?? It will take you a couple of horse learning the basics, and there are several youtubevids! Smile
I got one!! Its a HUGE investment to use those 2 houres to learn notes! Smile Its really easy!! Smile
I just learnd cid of where the C was, and counted from c everytime, up and down the I picked up new notes suddanly. And Wooops, here I am Smile Playing grade1 while sightreading! Smile
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Post by Marnex on Tue Jun 03, 2008 11:51 pm

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Marnex wrote:
5:Yes except Fur Elise because I can't find someone to teach me the whole part.

Dont you read sheets?? It will take you a couple of horse learning the basics, and there are several youtubevids! Smile
I got one!! Its a HUGE investment to use those 2 houres to learn notes! Smile Its really easy!! Smile
I just learnd cid of where the C was, and counted from c everytime, up and down the I picked up new notes suddanly. And Wooops, here I am Smile Playing grade1 while sightreading! Smile
Sadly No I don't know how to read sheet music but I'll get there. Wink
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