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practice makes perfect

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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

Truths for Mature Humans

Saw this on Robo’s tumblr, and absolutely died laughing. Please enjoy responsibly :) http://www.stumbleupon.com/su/1L7I8z/www.owned.lv/13635/Truths-for-mature-humans/ #5: I do know how to fold a fitted sheet, courtesy of my mother (though my efforts are no where NEAR the perfection she produces…). Huzzah! #6: Writing in cursive used to be an art (calligraphy). Too bad it’s nearly a … Continue reading

LXD love

Got curious about what Harry Shum Jr. was talking about since he keeps mentioning “LXD” as one of his side projects away from Glee. Turns out, the League of Extraordinary Dancers is an online series featuring dancers as superheroes. Addicting? Very. Created and directed by Jon M. Chu (director of the Step Up franchise), he … 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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