Here is a waltz I've written ! https://musescore.com/user/24356561/scores/5311193
I played the piano from 6 - 12 years of age and I loved it a whole bunch, my father used to put too much pressure on me, and I caved under that pressure and never played again.
Fastforward to now, I am 45 years old...
My husband and I were offered a used baby grand piano for an excellent price, and since we have the space and an 8-year-old daughter, he decided to purchase it.
But since it has been in our house, I have become obsessed with printing music and playing it, and I practice every single day, and amazingly enough lots of things have come back. I still read music, although there are some things that I know I missed.
But is it reasonable for me to think that at this age I can regain and be an adult that can actually play? Has anyone picked this up again later in life and been able to do it better? I do not want to take classes because I do not have the time, but is there a site I can go to, to pick up some skills that I missed?
I appreciate any feedback.
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My first attempt on piano etude. It is a short etude, describing the feeling of standing inside gentle wind in spring. This etude focuses on arpeggios and voices management within staffs.
Please enjoy and leave me some feedback!
psr-e333 flash memory only 1.7 Mb.
Can it upgradeable ?
Here are 6 of my original preludes back-to-back. I really like them in this order, everything moves nicely.
All visual art is also original content created at about the same time I wrote the music.
The sheets can be found on my profile if you desire.
Let me know what's on your mind!
This is the latest assignment I've had to for my music comp. class. I'm really not sure how to describe it, but I do know that I'm required to use 8 of the chords in György Ligeti's Études for Piano Book 1, No. 5 and only those chords. This is what I got. Feedback is welcome
Could you give me some feedback on this first movement?
This discussion is just to discuss any piano techniques for anyone, from beginners to virtuosos! Feel free to leave any tips and good techniques in the discussion!
This is just a small exercise piece which is quite fun when you can get up to tempo.
Let me know What you think. ;)
I am currently composing a piece for my IGCSE music exam- it is a waltz. I have done my A section, but I am kind of stuck when it comes to ideas for B... I've changed key... Any help?
I'm a beginner composer, and I just finished composing this piece for cello and piano. I feel like that I may need to cut back on a lot of the notes. If you could, can you please have a listen and give me your feedback?
That, and if there's a more appropriate title...
Thank you very much!
It is called 'Rain in December'.
I uploaded it on this group but I will also add the link. It is called "July".
Any feedback will be appreciated. Enjoy!