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Post by blaild90 Wed Aug 19, 2009 7:57 pm

Have any of you guys heard of Emily Bear? She's a 7 year old piano player/composer from Illinois. I saw her on the Ellen show and she is an amazing pianist. She's adorable too! She's been playing piano since she was 2 and she has written about 130 songs or something. Check her out if you haven't already!
=)

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Post by aendym Wed Aug 19, 2009 8:55 pm

Thats crazy!!!
Can a 6 year old really be that good???
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Post by ROBIN Thu Aug 20, 2009 9:42 am

yep checked her out... she is truly a gifted young lady Smile with a natural talent sunny

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Post by Circle_of_Fists Thu Aug 20, 2009 1:25 pm

I'll have to show her to my young kids to see if that motivates them to take piano a little more seriously. pirat
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Post by Circle_of_Fists Thu Aug 20, 2009 1:28 pm

fwiw, here is a video:



and another

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Post by aendym Thu Aug 20, 2009 2:19 pm

Its amazing how some people - some very young kids can actually FEEL music so perfectly.
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Post by Klavier Thu Aug 20, 2009 5:27 pm

She is really nice and her piano playing rocks too. Razz I often wonder why children and those who start early usually have an easier time with creative endeavours....

I often think when you are a kid you have the perfect mindset for interpreting and creating your own pieces, simply because you haven't lived long being told HOW things should be played and about all the rules you MUST follow. Also, just by experiencing the world your views on things change, all the while everything becomes less in a sense, filtered.

Genius and beauty is usually at its core a simplistic truth, at least for me, and for most adults, that truth gets clouded with time. We have to dig back through our lives in order to find something pure, our childhood thoughts or some horrible or happy event which sparked a reaction within us and a feeling which we can try and express through composing a piece or interpreting an existing one a different way.

Heres my two cents; never be afraid of what you think or feel and never allow yourself to forget exactly how that emotion feels, even if its a sad or horrible feeling. One day it could bring you incredible joy by coming back out of you into a composition which rocks your socks off. Razz

and always be open-minded! study
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