pianonymous

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  • #3731
    AvatarMelodica-Me
    Participant

    Troy, wow really like “The Nature of Love” fantastic performance, sound and arrangement.
    Melodica-Me

    #3732
    AvatarDidier
    Participant

    Bravo Pianonymous! Yous pushed the melodica beyonds its limits! You already have an impressive technic.

    #3749
    Avatarpianonymous
    Participant

    Hi,Daren

    thank you for sharing your video&tracks, both i enjoyed!!
    I’m glad to fing a lot of active players on this site.

    Yes, I played classical piano until i was 22years-old.(but not professionally.)
    I started melodica at the age of 16years-old.

    #3750
    Avatarpianonymous
    Participant

    Hi,Didier

    Thanks for watching my movie.
    My tecnic is still Developing,so i’d like to study more and more!

    #3751
    Avatarpianonymous
    Participant

    Now I share the other video playing with my teacher.
    I adjusted Lead plate very narrow, also attached Sponge inside,
    and to mute(Sound deadening) my melodion for Accompaniment.

    #3752
    Avatarbarb
    Participant

    Hi Pianonymous,
    Thanks for your post. I was wondering how often you tune your melodicas?
    Thanks
    B

    #3753
    Avatarpianonymous
    Participant

    Hi,beezer!

    I tune my melodica, just before Live/Concert.
    Because I take many many time for tuning(2-4hours…haha).

    #3797
    Daren BanarsëDaren Banarsë
    Keymaster

    Glad you liked them pianonymous. And thanks so much for the compliment Melodica-Me 🙂

    #4402
    Avatarpianonymous
    Participant

    Hi, Now I uploaded my new video.
    (Performance at SUZUKI MELODION FESTIVAL 2014 in Tokyo)

    1)Reine de musette
    2)comedian’s gallop
    3)la valse des niglos
    4)czardas

    enjoy:)

    #4419
    AvatarAlan Brinton
    Participant

    Very impressive, pianonymous. There is a lot of good humor and playfulness in your performance. It is very engaging.

    #4421
    Daren BanarsëDaren Banarsë
    Keymaster

    Bravo! Lovely performance 🙂

    #4439
    AvatarAdam Tombs
    Participant

    Just wanted to add my appreciation of these youtube clips and pianonymous contribution to our canon of knowledge and cool stuff. I have tried my darndest to play with both hands after being inspired by my daughter’s piano lessons, where I saw a chance for me to learn again alongside my little angel. This has renewed my enthusiasm!

    #4468
    Avatarpianonymous
    Participant

    Hi,

    Thanks for posting & watching my video.
    Unfortunately I’d make many mistouch(wrong key) during this stage..haha:-(
    However, I consciously played how to use my melodion M-37.
    Japanese know-how of melodica is still developing,
    so I’d like to learn a lot from this site!
    Thanks.

    Pianonymous

    #4852
    Avatarpianonymous
    Participant

    Hi,everyone

    Please allow me to introduce my new melodicaholic quartet, “TOKYO MELODICA ORCHESTRA(TMO)”.
    We’ve always investigate about “How to use melodica” and “Why should be melodica”.
    Please enjoy watching our video:):)

    ————————————————–
    Gershiwin “Rhapsody in blue” (arranged by Rotan)

    ————————————————–

    Members & Instruments(from left)

    AKIRA SAWAKI [YAMAHA Pianica P-32/P-37]
    -Jazz pianist also work as SHAKUHACHI(japanese traditional end-blown flute)player.
    His melodica’s approach is like as a brass, everyone will be surprised from his sounds.

    PIANONYMOUS [SUZUKI Melodion M-37]
    -this is me:) http://pianonymous.com

    KENNY SHITARA [SUZUKI Hammond pro-44]
    – Really talented Double hands player. He works as Composer & Arranger,
    and also plays accordion and concertina.

    ROTAN [SUZUKI Hammond BB B-24]
    -He is a member of Alternative brazilian band “Risabravo” http://risabravo.com
    In addition, my best melodica’s rival:)

    …Thanks for reading & watching!!

    #4861
    AvatarAlan Brinton
    Participant

    This is wonderful. Thank you, pianonymous. Your videos give us a great deal to think about and admire.

    Don’t let my wife hear this term “melodicaholic”.

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