Learning piano


My goal is that by the end of the next year to be able to play “Ballade pour Adeline” (French for “Ballad for Adeline”) composed by Paul de Senneville and Olivier Toussaint

So far I learn couple of Christmas songs tunes. We wish you a merry Christmas, O Christmas tree, Jolly Old Saint Nicholas.

6 thoughts on “Learning piano

  1. Like that: God is great, beer is good and people are crazy. I am smiling…:)

    Hope in the meantime that God is not “crazy” too, now and then…:P

    As it happens, I am a concert pianist. If you ever need a musical point of view,
    don´t hesitate to ask.

    Blessings,

    Julien

    • Julien I am very sorry for my delayed response. I am glad that I made you smile. I never play piano until last November when I decide that I wanted to learn together with my daughter. I start alone but I realized that I need a teacher so now I am having piano lessons (1/2 hour every week). So far my struggle is playing with bout hands and keeping the tempo. Thank you again Adrian.

      • Hi Adrian,

        Don´t keep the tempo 🙂 Follow your inner unpredictable rhythm.

        Follow The Single Tone into the next one. Just linger.

        Listen.

        Music comes naturally out of simplicity 🙂

      • Thank you Julien. When I am practice at home I kind of doing that but when I am with my teacher she is keep make me count. It is hard to play but I like it.

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