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 Post subject: Can you do this?
PostPosted: Wed Jun 11, 2008 5:40 pm 
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Sergio Timepo




http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7LnLLt-PiCY&NR=1


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Oh suuure, I can do that! :roll:


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 Post subject: ha ha
PostPosted: Fri Jun 13, 2008 6:08 am 
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ha ha , wasn't that fun to watch. :D


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I don't care what he plays. He certainly is 'fun' to watch, if you know what I mean. :wink:

I once heard someone (can't remember) play Mozart's Alla Turca with the right hand, and I think a Chopin etude with the left. I was so amazed that one could do that, but I suppose if you practice it like it is one piece, then you could get it together. (not me, though - that's for sure)

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What, only TWO etudes at one time? Hamelin does three....

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OhgOh8mmefQ

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Wow! People like him must have an extra brain or something. :lol:
Funny how he crosses himself in the beginning. And I think I heard the no. 2 scherzo near the end.

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I dabble around in doing stuff like that, but not nearly at that crazed pace! This trick I learned was to play Maple Leaf Rag with each hand going a different tempo. The effect is hilarious.


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 Post subject: yeah
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I wouldn't even know how to put songs together to make them sound good. Guess that would be an interesting project. :)


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 Post subject: Re: yeah
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fluterific00 wrote:
I wouldn't even know how to put songs together to make them sound good. Guess that would be an interesting project. :)


It would make sense to choose two pieces that have the same key and similar harmonic progressions. My only advice from there is choose two really simple songs, like Mary Had a Little Lamb and Twinkle Twinkle Little Star or Frere Jaques. Things could gradually grow in complexity with practice. It's fun but don't ever expect to duplicate Sergio's madness.


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Maybe it helps if you have a split personality. :idea: :lol:

(I know...shut up time. Think I'll go watch Sergio again. Ooh la la!)

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 Post subject: ha ha
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ha ha, somebody has a crush :oops:

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It would make sense to choose two pieces that have the same key and similar harmonic progressions. My only advice from there is choose two really simple songs, like Mary Had a Little Lamb and Twinkle Twinkle Little Star or Frere Jaques. Things could gradually grow in complexity with practice. It's fun but don't ever expect to duplicate Sergio's madness.



Yes, that's a good idea, it'd be some great harmonization practice. :) I don't think I would expect myself to even begin to compete with Sergio. :)

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fluterific00 wrote:
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It would make sense to choose two pieces that have the same key and similar harmonic progressions. My only advice from there is choose two really simple songs, like Mary Had a Little Lamb and Twinkle Twinkle Little Star or Frere Jaques. Things could gradually grow in complexity with practice. It's fun but don't ever expect to duplicate Sergio's madness.



Yes, that's a good idea, it'd be some great harmonization practice. :) I don't think I would expect myself to even begin to compete with Sergio. :)


Make it a game, who knows, decades of playing games can lead to great things when it comes to piano.


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Just for you pianolady.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RGvR8VXe6hQ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eTJqgQNr ... re=related
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=swO1mJqW ... re=related

Enjoy!


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Oh yes - Thanks, Pete. That jump-started my day very nicely. :wink:

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