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Post by poper on Thu Dec 04, 2008 3:26 am

hi andrew, may i know what song should i be practicing. i played piano for about 2 year and quitted for 4 years and now im back..so i was wondering what song should i be practicing..

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Post by Thomandy on Thu Dec 04, 2008 5:43 am

poper wrote:hi andrew, may i know what song should i be practicing. i played piano for about 2 year and quitted for 4 years and now im back..so i was wondering what song should i be practicing..

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It all depends on how good you are?? 2 years of experience can mean alot! So thats hard for anyone to tell you! I have played for soon a year, and play pieces like maple leaf rag ect... I know people that have played for the same lenght of time plays pieces like twinkle twinkle star ect - easy versions, so its very hard for anyone to say.

What pieces could you play perfect when you quit? Id say try to pick them back up, if its getting good fast, then try something harder. Then harder ect untill you play Lizt Wink hehe
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Post by poper on Thu Dec 04, 2008 10:57 am

Thomandy wrote:
poper wrote:hi andrew, may i know what song should i be practicing. i played piano for about 2 year and quitted for 4 years and now im back..so i was wondering what song should i be practicing..

thank you



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It all depends on how good you are?? 2 years of experience can mean alot! So thats hard for anyone to tell you! I have played for soon a year, and play pieces like maple leaf rag ect... I know people that have played for the same lenght of time plays pieces like twinkle twinkle star ect - easy versions, so its very hard for anyone to say.

What pieces could you play perfect when you quit? Id say try to pick them back up, if its getting good fast, then try something harder. Then harder ect untill you play Lizt Wink hehe



oh ok..thank you so much haha..basically for me i only had 1 lesson per two week so adding together for 2 years i only had very little exp..so i think im only a below average ? but im in band for 9 years as a percussionist so i was wondering what grade am i standing..
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Post by pianohama on Thu Dec 04, 2008 3:03 pm

poper wrote:hi andrew, may i know what song should i be practicing. i played piano for about 2 year and quitted for 4 years and now im back..so i was wondering what song should i be practicing..

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