Any music nerds out there?
I'm going for my master's in piano pedagogy.... I'm working on my graduate recital in piano.
Bach- Toccata in e minor
Beethoven- Op. 109
Scarlatti- Sonata K.87
Yup, I guess I'm a music nerd. Going into my final year studying for a BA in music at the University of Bristol, conducted the University String Orchestra last year and the Chamber Orchestra next year.
Have just done some rehearsals with the European Medical Students' Orchestra and am going on a conducting course (again) this summer!
Surely that counts as being a geek?!
Tell me more about your music/piano-playing/what you like/what you want to do, etc.
I like classical music occasionaly, but I prefer it when it has been re-written and played with modern instruments. One of my favourites is Yngwie Malmsteen's bass guitar version of "Flight of a Bumble Bee". I beleive it's called "Sting of a Bumble Bee" or something. Once I rewrote Tchakovski's "Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy" to make a metal version of it. Turned out cool, but I never recorded it or finished it completely.
Classical and neo classical guitarist here, pianist too.
If anyone is still paying attention...classical guitarist here.
My favorite music is usually Bach and before (Rennaisance Music such as Dowland and DesPrez) and early late 19th-early 20th century music-(Ravel, Stravinsky, Debussy, Satie, etc.). On the other hand, Beethoven can definately rock. I know its overplayed, but the 5th is one ultimate piece of music. That much great music, beautifiul, inspiring and all based on a 4 note pattern.
Hellow dear friend,
I need some of the piece notes in black notes to Yamaha PSR450 can any one help me by sending the Black notes. i can read the black notes