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Old 12-31-2005, 08:56 PM
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Hello Mikeski and welcome to Virtual Sheet Music Forums!
I can play the key change in Fur Elise, (I can play it all). What part/s do you play? Do you play piano?

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Old 12-31-2005, 08:58 PM
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So what instrument(s) do you play? I play piano and am learning flute.

Oh! Good instruments!!

I play Piano just, I'm about grade 4/5 standard, but only done my first exam for grade one there about 3 weeks ago, got a Distinction in it :

what grade are you?
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Old 12-31-2005, 09:00 PM
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Hello Mikeski and welcome to Virtual Sheet Music Forums!
I can play the key change in Fur Elise, (I can play it all). What part/s do you play? Do you play piano?

I hope you enjoy these forums!
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Hey! thanks
yea I play Piano, I leave out the first change, although i can play it, its just i prefer not to.. its a nice part but i dont really like it with the rest of the piece.
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What's wrong with the first change?
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I personally agree that the first change doesn't go with it...when I first heard it, it confused me and I thought the person had started playing a completely new piece.

I do, though, love that piece...it's so fun to play once you get past the repetitive first section! I especially love the 2nd change...still perfecting it, and since I can't find my music, I'm having remember all those chords...and being I've never had a piano lesson in my life, it's kinda hard to remember what I'm playing sometimes, when I don't have music to remind me.
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Hello everyone!

I'm new here to this forum. I just started to play the piano. The key's aren't new for me. Originaly i play keyboard and synthesizer. I'm about to get my first digital piano.

For tho's who want to know, its going to be a Roland HP 102e. It has a wonderfull feature, when i put it against a wall i can put on an effect, what makes the piano sound like a real grand piano. Off course a real piano sounds better, but my neighbours would love the volume knob on the digital one when i play in the middle of the night

Anyway, i started to play Für Elise becouse it's quiete an easy song. (however the 2th part of the 2th change just kills me). I know it is an overplayd song, so i wonder if there's another nice piece, at the same level, but not so well known?
I'm not so into the classical music.

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Hello everyone!

I'm new here to this forum. I just started to play the piano. The key's aren't new for me. Originaly i play keyboard and synthesizer. I'm about to get my first digital piano.

For tho's who want to know, its going to be a Roland HP 102e. It has a wonderfull feature, when i put it against a wall i can put on an effect, what makes the piano sound like a real grand piano. Off course a real piano sounds better, but my neighbours would love the volume knob on the digital one when i play in the middle of the night

Anyway, i started to play Für Elise becouse it's quiete an easy song. (however the 2th part of the 2th change just kills me). I know it is an overplayd song, so i wonder if there's another nice piece, at the same level, but not so well known?
I'm not so into the classical music.

Thanks for the respons.

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ps. Sorry for the bad english. I'm from holland.


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