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Chopin Etude Opus 10 Number 7

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Postby zeniyama » 26 Mar 2007, 22:27

It sounds alot harder than the other Chopin Etudes (except for, of course, Godowsky's versions of them.). But, the Butterfly and Revolutionary Etudes are still my favourites! :D
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Postby tony » 26 Mar 2007, 23:43

Funny that you mention that book, I came across it the other day, actually. I think I'll check it out and see what I can learn from it.
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Postby elvenpianist » 27 Mar 2007, 10:42

zeniyama wrote:Also, I've been thinking about getting a job, but I don't know what to get. I want a job that requires no real thinking, and where I don't have to be around alot of people, but don't know what type of job is like that.


Wow you're the opposite of me, I'm trying to AVOID that kind of job. I would die of boredom.

You could probably get hired as one of those dudes who stands on streetcorners holding signs for CiCi's pizza....

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Postby tony » 27 Mar 2007, 22:20

elvenpianist wrote:
zeniyama wrote:Also, I've been thinking about getting a job, but I don't know what to get. I want a job that requires no real thinking, and where I don't have to be around alot of people, but don't know what type of job is like that.


Wow you're the opposite of me, I'm trying to AVOID that kind of job. I would die of boredom.

You could probably get hired as one of those dudes who stands on streetcorners holding signs for CiCi's pizza....

-elf

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH :lol:
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Postby zeniyama » 28 Mar 2007, 20:05

elvenpianist wrote:
zeniyama wrote:Also, I've been thinking about getting a job, but I don't know what to get. I want a job that requires no real thinking, and where I don't have to be around alot of people, but don't know what type of job is like that.


Wow you're the opposite of me, I'm trying to AVOID that kind of job. I would die of boredom.

You could probably get hired as one of those dudes who stands on streetcorners holding signs for CiCi's pizza....

-elf

I don't want a job like that...
What I mean by not alot of thinking is that it's something that I know exactly what I'm doing, and don't have to get stuck with the problem of not knowing what to do, and the sign thing you described it the opposite of what I mean. I don't want to do anything degrading, embarrasing, or where I'll draw alot of attention, and that's what I mean by not being around alot of people (like, I want to be around my co-workers, but not alot of strangers).

I'm not sure if I got it out right this time, or the time before. I'll just think about it for awhile.
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-Claude Debussy
"Art is not an end in itself, but a means of addressing humanity."
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Postby johnmar78 » 02 Apr 2007, 17:34

Pete, more I listen to this etude and your playing ..more I start to appreciate....NOW, you made me to tempt to learn this piece....... :evil:


Genious work from chopin, his imaginations on a new dimension...
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Postby PJF » 02 Apr 2007, 20:52

Thanks.

Yeah, his genius is humbling in the best way.
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