pianonymous

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  • #3615
    AvatarAlan Brinton
    Participant

    Check out our new member’s two handed technique. She’s doing some really cool and original stuff.

    http://www.pianonymous.com/#!youtube/c1b5h

    #3619
    Avatarpianonymous
    Participant

    Hi,MR.Brinton

    Thank you for posting my youtube movie.
    If you know great two handed player of the world, please recomend me:)

    By the way,I saw your some posts, and really surprised
    Your understanding of melodica.
    If you’ve published book of melodica, I’d like to buy!!

    #3620
    AvatarAlan Brinton
    Participant

    Thanks, pianonymous. I hardly ever use my left hand, but after watching your videos I decided I will now work on using both hands.

    No book coming, but I will be writing more here about the history of the keyboard harmonica, and especially about Suzuki melodions and Yamaha pianicas.

    Alan

    #3630
    AvatarAndre
    Participant

    Hi pianonymous

    Congratulations!
    You play the melodica really well!
    Keep on with the good work!

    #3695
    Avatarpianonymous
    Participant

    Hi Andre

    Thank you for watching my movie!
    If you’re interested in double hands play, please try it 🙂

    #3699
    Daren BanarsëDaren Banarsë
    Keymaster

    Yes, great playing pianonymous! I’m also going to give it a try 🙂

    #3714
    AvatarAlan Brinton
    Participant

    After examining several of pianonymous’s videos, it is apparent that her technique is distinguished by the positioning of her hands and fingers, which is elegant and adds to the aesthetics of the performance, but — more importantly, works very well. This makes me realize that, although my musical training is in classical piano, I haven’t been giving enough attention to that aspect of technique on the melodica. Probably partly because it doesn’t matter so much in playing with just the right hand. She also is making full use of the left hand rather than just occasionally using it for some chording.

    Here’s another delightful performance:

    #3717
    AvatarAndre
    Participant

    Don’t know if thats my style!
    But maybe I will give it a try 🙂

    #3718
    AvatarAlan Brinton
    Participant

    Everybody come on board!

    #3720
    Avatarpianonymous
    Participant

    Hi Daren

    thank you for watching my movie!
    Are you Vibrandoneon player?
    Vibrandoneon is not popular in japan,so i never heard the real sound.
    If you have youtube movie or something, please share 🙂

    #3721
    Avatarpianonymous
    Participant

    Alan

    Thank you for sharing my movie.
    When I use my left hand,The most important point is Placement of the thumb.
    It is necessary to move my thumb periodically like Elevator(Or caterpillar!)

    By the way, this site is really beneficial.
    I can spend all the day, just reading everyone’s topic,discuss profile and videos 🙂

    Now I share the movie, One of my teacher “pianica MAEDA” is great player in japan.
    His technic of “bending” is really good!

    #3726
    Daren BanarsëDaren Banarsë
    Keymaster

    Hi pianonymous, glad you like the site, great to have you onboard! Your teacher sounds great. Did you study classical piano as well?

    Yes I used to play the Vibrandoneon. Melodica Me still plays it a lot, as does Binyomin. I play the Vibrandoneon I in this video, but you might not be able to hear it properly with the strings (Troy’s my composer name):

    Also in these circusy/classical tracks:

    The Nature of Love

    The Big Dance

    #3727
    AvatarAlan Brinton
    Participant

    Your teacher is spectacular, pianonymous. You are a lucky student to have such a teacher.

    #3728
    AvatarAlan Brinton
    Participant

    #3729
    AvatarAndre
    Participant

    Hi pianonymous

    I already had seen your teacher, what I didn’t knew was that he was your teacher.
    That’s great to know!
    He is a great player!

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