good for u.. i used to play by listening and thought notes are a waste of time.. but now notes notes notes.. and ill buy my own piano this months inshalla
check out Chopin's "Piano Sonata No 1 in C minor - Allegro maestoso" my favorate nowadays
Walla? I might actually consider learning the notes then! Did you like, learn from a book or take classes or something?
And that's great! Don't buy a black piano.. though its classic, it's quite boring. Go for white or beige. Ahh, this reminds me, back at my aunt's place oversees, they had the most beautiful piano ever. It was a rich cyan/teal colored grande piano with light pink and biege intricate flowers and orchids painted on it from the sides and with some parts of the flowers actually sticking out. It was stunning.
i met this lady who performed a concert in our university.. and asked her to teach me.. she played for my favorate composers "chopin" basically.. and she played it so well that i had to go in the back stage and ask her to teach me.. and since then she used to teach me the notes and some of chopin's composes.. when i went to her house the first time she asked me to play what i know.. and i started and i thought i was amazing XD i would play for 5 seconds and the asks me for something else to play and when i finished she smiled like "god u have no idea do u" then she started from level below zero and bit by bit i was learning.. i am still very amature but at least i can spell
it is alwayzZZ said that playing the piano or even being in the same room as one and hear the music, can take u to a far away place.. where u struggle with difficulty to let go and come baack to reality !!
loOL but i don't believe that !! because reality can often be mistaken for fantasy !
or maybe not..
Thank you so much!
Yes it's true, music can take you to so many places in an instant.. one tone can make you unexplainably happy or sad.. or even simply nostalgic. That's the beauty of music. As for reality and fantasy, what's the difference? Our reality is in itself a sort of fantasy.. the way people are so naive and live in their own little bubbles.
Well I purposely left the focus in the middle as opposed to it being closer to the lens.. But I see what you mean, and I'm thinking it would actually look better. I'll try that next time, for sure!
Thanks a lot m'dear!