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Practice makes perfect!

A while ago, I wrote about rediscovering my love for piano when I decided to learn Chopin’s Fantaisie Impromptu on a whim. I did learn it successfully, but wasn’t content with where I was with it, performance-wise. It wasn’t as fast as I’d like, nor as smooth, and my fingers would sometimes stumble over each … Continue reading

Enjoy…ment? Uh buh??

I’ve recently made it my mini project to learn Chopin’s Fantaisie Impromptu, Op. 66, while I am home and have access to a decent piano (contrast the decrepit ones at school). I’ve always admired this piece, but never had a chance to learn it. And it took me until the week before I leave Calgary … Continue reading

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