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Post by Marius » 08 Oct 2008, 16:57

Hey. Im a 17 years old boy from Norway. I play drums and piano.

My problem is to play whit 2 hands at the same time. Because when i try to play boogie and blues, its just a mess. But other songs is ok.

Is it someone who have any advice to play whit both hands?

And if someone knows about some boogie lessons on DVD, just post it :) I think that would help me, whit riffs and stuff like that.

Thanks

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Post by Marius » 08 Oct 2008, 20:00

Yes Sir ! :lol:

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Post by Marius » 08 Oct 2008, 21:25

dave brum wrote:hey Marius, I've emailed ya!
Thanks! :) Im gonna check it tomorrow, because its bed time now. Early up tomorrow.

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Post by Marius » 09 Oct 2008, 09:39

dave brum wrote:Good night Marius!

We've both made a new friend today!!!! :) :)
Thats true :D Check your e-mail :)

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Post by Marius » 09 Oct 2008, 16:44

Do you have any videos of you Dave? When you`re playing?

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Post by Marius » 09 Oct 2008, 16:48

dave brum wrote:No I'm afraid not, Mister Boogieman! It would break my camcorder!!! haha

I could do some sound recordings of me playing some Christmas carols or ABRSM Grade 1 exam pieces if you'd like that, Marius!
That would be great ! :)

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Post by Marius » 09 Oct 2008, 16:54

dave brum wrote:I 'll record a few things for you on my mobile phone (cellphone) and get them off to you tonight, Marius!
Oh, you dont have to, if you dont have time Dave! You are to friendly :roll: Hehe!

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Post by Marius » 09 Oct 2008, 16:56

This is my dog! His name is Zanto, and he is 8 years old. Would be great whit a off-topic chat in here.

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Post by Marius » 09 Oct 2008, 18:33

dave brum wrote:HOW did you do that, Mariusssssssssssssssss?

I've got two cats and I often talk about them on here, but I don't know how to upload!
Ok. I will tell you.

Registrer you on www.photobucket.com
Upload the picture. And copy the IMG file in here.

If you have any questions, just ask :)

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Post by Marius » 09 Oct 2008, 18:34

dave brum wrote:ps my wife says what breed of dog is Zanto? I say either a Staffordshire bull terrier or a boxer. she says its a rottweiler.
Im sorry to tell you. But your wifte has the correct answear. It is a Rottweiler :)

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Post by Marius » 09 Oct 2008, 18:56

dave brum wrote:Hey Marius!

I have registered with Photo bucket so I'm gonna try and have a mess aroung with that after dinner.

How are you this evening?
Okey, thats fine.

I have a realy good evening :) What about you Dave?

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Post by Moonlight » 09 Oct 2008, 19:04

Hello Marius!

your dog is sooooo cute! I love rottweilers, I have a border terrier, a cat and a budgie...

Unfortunately I can't really help you with anything about boogie stuff, as I am more into playing classical music.

nice to meet you! :)

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Post by Marius » 09 Oct 2008, 19:20

Moonlight wrote:Hello Marius!

your dog is sooooo cute! I love rottweilers, I have a border terrier, a cat and a budgie...

Unfortunately I can't really help you with anything about boogie stuff, as I am more into playing classical music.

nice to meet you! :)
Oh, thanks Moonlight :oops:

Nice to meet you also :)

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Post by Marius » 09 Oct 2008, 20:16

dave brum wrote:hey Marius - so I've uploaded two images onto Photobucket - so what do I do now? How do I get those images onto the forum like you did?

Thanks :idea: :)
Ok, then you copy that IMG Code, and copy in to your post. If you understand? You can choose: Email & IM, Direct Link, HTML Code and IMG Code. Take IMG Code.

You got it Dave?

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Post by Marius » 09 Oct 2008, 20:17

dave brum wrote:hey Marius you're gonna hear me playing for you VERY SOON!!! Just recorded some things and I'm uploading them to send now!
Cool :D Looking forward to hear that :)

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Post by Marius » 09 Oct 2008, 20:38

dave brum wrote:Yeah, think so Marius! I'll try that after I've got this email off to ya!!
Yes sir :) Maybe i gonna change the topic to: Dave`s and Marius holiday? Heheh :lol:

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Post by Marius » 09 Oct 2008, 21:11

Soo cute cats :) And i think you`re a good piano player!! Love the christmas song.

Thanks again Dave :)

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Post by Marius » 09 Oct 2008, 21:20

dave brum wrote:I wish I could hear you play some boogie woogie Marius.

Or jazz. Do you like jazz piano? like Oscar Peterson or Thelonious Monk?
I can try to record, when im playing some boogie/blues. But im not as good as you! So don`t expect something.
I think its ok to listen to jazz piano. But i dont play it.

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Post by Marius » 09 Oct 2008, 21:48

dave brum wrote:Marius DO NOT worry about being good or as good as me! I am not a teacher I won't pick faults with your playing, just appreciate the fact that you have recorded yourself and you are sharing your playing with me, hey!!

Let me tell you something Marius as you're my friend. I used to have a MASSIVE problem with my confidence when I'm playing, sometimes (and I still do in front of my teacher) I get a strange feeling like I've never touched a piano ever in my life and I would feel like that when I knew I was recording myself playing. Going to piano lessons has really helped me with this, Marius!

I am 38 and you are only 17. Just think what a GREAT :piano; pianist you'll be when you are 38! Or even in twelve months from now you've got to just keep learning!!!

GO MARIUS!!
Yeah, you`re right Dave. I got to practise a lot, and get the 2 hands play together.

Hope i can play on a pub/bar someday :) That would be fun!

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Post by Marius » 09 Oct 2008, 21:55

dave brum wrote:Have you printed off any of that stuff on notation yet Marius - and if you have, how are you getting along with it??
Yeah, i have printed it out :) Im at my cabin, not home. And i have no piano here. But i understand the text, Dave. So i dont think its gonna be any problems !

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Post by markymark » 09 Oct 2008, 21:55

Marius wrote:But i have looked at this video. And they have boogie and blues lessons dvd. Maybe I gonna buy it?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NKaI3gSxhjQ
Their advertisement seems pretty good.. Is it expensive?
In my experience, these video advertisements seem to showcase the best parts and you are left feeling slightly disappointed.

Still... if you have little or limited knowledge of boogie woogie, then it may be okay. Just bear in mind that blues is the core for all those style you are talking about: jazz, boogie woogie, southern gospel, urban gospel, funk. When you start into these things, you will need to cover the blue scales as the foundation for boogie woogie anyway so don't be too close-minded to looking into blues.

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Post by Marius » 09 Oct 2008, 21:59

markymark wrote:
Marius wrote:But i have looked at this video. And they have boogie and blues lessons dvd. Maybe I gonna buy it?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NKaI3gSxhjQ
Their advertisement seems pretty good.. Is it expensive?
In my experience, these video advertisements seem to showcase the best parts and you are left feeling slightly disappointed.

Still... if you have little or limited knowledge of boogie woogie, then it may be okay. Just bear in mind that blues is the core for all those style you are talking about: jazz, boogie woogie, southern gospel, urban gospel, funk. When you start into these things, you will need to cover the blue scales as the foundation for boogie woogie anyway so don't be too close-minded to looking into blues.
Ok Mark. So the blues scale is important, when you play boogie.

I think im gonna buy it, just to see. I will give you all a report of the video.

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Post by Marius » 09 Oct 2008, 22:06

dave brum wrote:Yeah. And I've got loads of easy stuff that I've found in charity shops or in Hay on Wye (little town about 22 miles from here that is famous all over the world for bookshops - there are about 50 bookshops there!) that just include the five white notes either side of Middle C that will start you off with sight reading!

Can't wait to see your piano, Marius!! (and your drum kit too)
Thanks, that you will help me whit it Dave ! :)

When I come home on Saturday, i will take a picture of my keyboard and piano.

I dont have any drum kit :( I play in a corps, if you know what i mean. But i want to buy a drum kit! :)

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Post by Marius » 09 Oct 2008, 22:14

dave brum wrote:Yeah, I see what you mean with the drum corps, Marius! I used to be a Boy Scout back in my home city of Birmingham (about 55 miles/88km from here) but it's not exactly the same thing, is it!!!

Have a look in your inbox M!
Heheh, no its not exactly the same thing! :lol:

Have you been in Norway before?

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Post by markymark » 09 Oct 2008, 22:18

As for the blues scale question: ABSOLUTELY!

If you were to play C - Eb - F - Gb - G - Bb - C just simply on the piano, you'd hear that familiar sound that all those music styles have! That's because they are all based on the blues scale. They do have their own slant on the scale and how they use them, but this is at the core of them all.

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Post by Marius » 10 Oct 2008, 10:27

dave brum wrote:No, afraid I've not been to Norway! I think the nearest I've ever been to Norway is Whitby, a coastal town on the north east coast of England. I've been to Ireland loads of times though!

I'd love to go and see some of the scenery that inspired Edvard Grieg. I have both his Piano Concerto's on CD. How far are you from Oslo, Marius?
Yeah, Edvard Grieg is famous! :)

Oslo is 130 km from me. Its about 1 hour and 30 min to drive.

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Post by Marius » 10 Oct 2008, 13:19

dave brum wrote:Hey Marius! How are you today? What are you doing?

Yep, I'll record another couple of songs for you and mail them over to you. OOOh, I have a fan of my piano playing in Norway - how cool is that!!!
Hello Dave! Im fine, but i have headache. Im sitting to much in front of the computer! Hehe.

Thats cool :)

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Post by Marius » 10 Oct 2008, 15:43

dave brum wrote:Take a look in your inbox right now, Marius!!
Gonna check it NOW !

Think you did it very well Dave!! :D Keep it that way !

BTW. Do you have iTunes on your computer?

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Post by Marius » 11 Oct 2008, 13:55

dave brum wrote:Hey Marius! I'm back now I made a delicious chili con carne with red wine!!

My Internet is so slow tonight, don't know why but it's a pain :x and it's real frustrating!
Jummy :D Finally im home :)

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Post by Marius » 11 Oct 2008, 14:10

dave brum wrote:I am here Marius! Did you have a safe journey home?

I want to scan something that was in the Guardian newspaper today on pianos and keyboards for you - an interview with Jools Holland!! :)
Yes, it was a safe journey!

Cool, i cant wait!! :D

PS. I have recorded something on piano Dave. I will send it to you, as soon i fix the problem whit my e-mail. I cant send anything now :roll: Stranges!

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Post by Marius » 11 Oct 2008, 14:41

dave brum wrote:You got it right now in your inbox, Marius!

I have just been playing 'Liberty Bell' by Sousa. It is my next piano lesson next Saturday and I want to play something else for my teacher besides the three pieces she has given me as homework!!

I am really itching to hear you play, O Marius!
I know a good march from SOUSA! Its: Hands across the sea! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NGm665Ue ... re=related

The corps played that when we was in America!

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Post by Gill the Piano » 11 Oct 2008, 15:41

AAAAAAAAAAAARGH! The piano lounge has a bouncer!! :)
Posh in 'ere, innit?

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Post by Marius » 12 Oct 2008, 09:33

dave brum wrote:Hey Marius!

What have you recorded for me then? Some boogie-woogie?
Good morning Dave!

I have recorded some blues ! :)

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Post by Marius » 12 Oct 2008, 09:58

dave brum wrote:Hiya Marius :) How are you today?

I will look forward to hearing you play. I haven't any piano practice yet today, so I'm gonna do some right now. My piano teacher has big expectations of me on Saturday!
Im great! :)

Yeah, just practise a lot!! :D

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Post by Marius » 12 Oct 2008, 11:24

dave brum wrote:Hey Marius!

I've got a lot of things I am not sure about. Like when I play at the metronome speed it says in the book I cannot seem to move my hands quick enough. But I'm determined to get it right! Like playing the piano anyway I want to be a good pianist very soon, Marius!!
Im sure you gonna be a good pianist !! :D

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Post by Marius » 12 Oct 2008, 13:48

dave brum wrote:I hope so! Learning piano has to be the best thing I've done in my life! It is such a positive thing to do with your life, Marius!
Yeah i agree! It so much fun! :D

Im practise on a song now. Its a Elton John song. Goodbye yellow brick road!


:D

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Post by Marius » 12 Oct 2008, 14:04

dave brum wrote:Can you sing as well as play, Marius? That is REALLY hard to do!

I've got another Elton song 'Song for Guy' in my Kenneth Baker piano course but I've not got to it yet and it looks really hard :? :?

Have you tried your email yet today, Marius?
I can sing. But not sing AND play! Its just a mess. Hehe :lol:

Yeah, i have tried the e-mail. And it want send :/ Im gonna get a man who can fix it tomorrow ! :)

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Post by Marius » 12 Oct 2008, 14:22

dave brum wrote:Okay Marius, no worries with the Email. I have more than my fair share of problems with computers so I think everyone has them at some point. It's a bit like having trouble with cars (but then you would call out Super Marius the Mechanic to fix it!!) :lol: :lol: :lol:

I'd really like to be able to play that piano riff from Hoppipolla by Sigur Ros. It sounds really easy to play but it probably is not as easy as it sounds!!
Heheh :D

Yeah, i have listened to that song, and its not easy!

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Post by Marius » 12 Oct 2008, 14:38

dave brum wrote:Yeah, Marius - Sigur Ros have lots of piano-ey sounds in their music.

Do you have any favourite bands? I like rock jazz and reggae. But I take notice of anything that is piano led, like Alicia Keys, or maybe Kate Bush. Keane have a new album out in the UK right now!
I love Dire Straits!! :D But i listen to blues and boogie more and more :)

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Post by Marius » 12 Oct 2008, 15:11

dave brum wrote:Yeah me too! I have got 2 Dire Straits albums on the shelf, Love Over Gold and Brothers In Arms. I want to get Alchemy as well.

I saw Mark Knopfler on a TV programme about the guitar on BBC1 last Sunday. I think the second part is tonight, they are doing Jimi Hendrix.

Do you get British TV channels in Norway on cable or satellite, Marius?
We have BBC. What channels have the british people then?

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Post by Marius » 12 Oct 2008, 15:54

dave brum wrote:I have just set the DVD recorder to record the guitar programme tonight. It is on at 22.15 UK time (23.15 where you are Marius) on BBC1

There are loads and loads of TV channels in the UK, lots of different 'platforms' (ways of receiving them) and some channels you have to pay a subscription for and some are free to air. The main TV channels in the UK are BBC1, BBC2 and commercial ITV1, Channel 4 and five. If you watch digital TV, and most people in the UK do now, you can also get extra channels from the BBC like BBC3, BBC4, two childrens channels and a 24 hour news channel, all from the BBC - and then you can also get free extra ITV channels ITV2, ITV3 and ITV4, Sky News, and some other extra channels.

The channels you pay for are like Sky channels, UKTV channels, Discovery, Living etc. all the specialist stuff - and if you want to pay an absolute fortune you can watch all the British football matches that are on Sky Sports or watch good movies!

Okey. You most pay for some tv channels here also..Film and football 24/7! But we have: Nrk1, Nrk2, TV2, TV3, TV Norge(tv norway), Eurosport, Discovery, Fox Kids..etc!

I like to watch Discovery! Much fun! :)

But I think there's too much TV in the UK anyway! I would rather be doing something else than watching TV, Marius - like socialising with my friends!!

What is Norwegian TV like, Marius?

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Post by Marius » 12 Oct 2008, 16:29

dave brum wrote:You pay for all the Discovery channels here, they are on cable (where ever you can get cable - there is no cable here) and on digital satellite (which is UK wide)

There is a very good free channel on digital satellite called Channel M, it is local TV for the Manchester area and they have a music show on there late at night hosted by Clint Boon (keyboard player with the Inspiral Carpets - old Manchester band from the 1990s)

It is really warm here in this part of the UK. What is the weather like in Norge, Marius?
Its ok weather here in Norway. In some countries here, its raining a lot, but i dont live in that part.

In this autumn season, it is about 10-15 Celcius in the afternoon. And 0-5 celcius in the night/evening! In winter time, we get a lot of snow, some parts get 3 meters ! :o But here i live its around 1,5-2 meters! I like winter :D

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Post by Marius » 12 Oct 2008, 16:46

dave brum wrote:I'd say it was around 17 degrees outside at the moment. Yeah, we get a lot of everything in this part of the UK - one day cloudy and cold, one day nice but cold, one day nice but hot - the British weather is really un predictable!!

In the winter solstice (21st December - that's my birthday!!) it gets dark at around 16.00 in the summer solstice about 22.00. Are you in the part of Norway where you can see the Northern Lights, Marius?

My wife is home from work now.
No, im not in that part Dave. I have never seen the Northern Lights, but i want to see that.

Yeah, it gets dark around 16.00 here also, in the winter.

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Post by Marius » 12 Oct 2008, 17:15

dave brum wrote:One of the local free newspapers here are doing holidays to the north of Norway to see the Northern Lights!

But I've just had a look on my Atlas of the World and Oslo is in the south of Norway.

What is the name of the place in Norway where you are, Marius? I will see if I can locate it on my atlas.
Oh, thats cool! :D Can you try to scan it on your computer?

I live in a place called Skien, and its in Telemark.

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Post by Marius » 12 Oct 2008, 17:58

dave brum wrote:I found some really good aerial (from the air) shots of Skien on Virtual Earth. There are loads of green spaces there and you have a river there There is a river here as well. It is called the Wye.

It looks a really lovely place to live, Marius! Now you try it with Hereford UK. and also try it with the city where I was born and raised, Birmingham UK. You will find Birmingham very different to Skien!!
Cool Dave!! :D Im gonna go on google now, and search for Birmingham! :D

I found it :D Looks a little bigger then Skien :lol: I want to take a trip to Birmingham someday! :)

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Post by Marius » 12 Oct 2008, 18:23

dave brum wrote:Marius, if you can google UK postcodes, look up B67 7HW. We lived in that neighbourhood until I was 15 and it is where the Tiger Woods photo of me was taken!!

Birmingham is the next biggest city in the UK after London. It is home to many different cultures faiths and races and there is always lots and lots of things to do there. There is a huge concert hall called Symphony Hall just off Broad Street in central Birmingham, and about five years ago they installed a huge pipe organ in there. I saw them doing it!

I really miss living in Birmingham, Marius! :cry:
Oh yeah! I found B67 7HW :D Its a roundabout there? Google earth is awesome :)

Yeah, i can understand you miss Birmingham!

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Post by Marius » 12 Oct 2008, 18:40

dave brum wrote:We used to live right next to that roundabout, Manor Road!

When you get your Email back I'll give you the postcode of the place where I live right now, and you can look that up too! We are about 55 miles (88km) from central Birmingham where we are now. There is another big city called Cardiff that is 88km in the opposite direction from Birmingham.

I might have some more things that I can scan for you, Marius!
Sounds great! I have heard about Cardiff. What you doing this evening Dave?

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Post by Marius » 12 Oct 2008, 19:04

dave brum wrote:You will love Cardiff! There is an old Norwegian Church in Cardiff Bay. Aparrently, Roald Dahl was baptised there and the square outside the church is called Roald Dahl Plass. It was built by Norwegian sailors who settled in the docks of Cardiff (it used to be known as Tiger Bay) The church is now an arts center. Look at www.norwegianchurchcardiff.co.uk

I am cooking dinner at the moment. Fish!! So excuse me Marius if I am a bit long between replies, I'll be eating dinner then!!!

What are you having for dinner, Marius? And what are you doing??
I didnt know that it was a norwegian church there! Most check that !

Your kidding whit me Dave?? I have also eaten fish for dinner today! :D
Im just watch tv now!

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Post by Marius » 12 Oct 2008, 19:27

dave brum wrote:Well, Marius! if you ever come to the UK and stay with us for a while, I'll know what to cook for you, won't I!! :lol: haha :lol:

Dinner will be ready soon. So I'll catch you in about half an hour, Marius!

What are you watching on TV? something in English or Norsk?
Would be great to meet you Dave! :)

Im watching something norwegian!

And listen to this swedish guy! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vLGUh8fZ ... re=related

Keep on boogie!!

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Post by Marius » 12 Oct 2008, 19:59

dave brum wrote:We'd love to meet you too, Marius! You must send some more photos of you!

Johan Blohm is great and his piano sounds good too. It sounds like he's playing it on a concert grand, the bass (low) notes sound really rich and full

I've been looking up the NRK website, there is a section in English I've been reading. Been trying to get NRK-P3 to play on my computer but as the NRK-P3 section is in Norwegian, I do not know where to click (and no symbols either:( )

Dinner was great thanks. I had 2 plums after the fish!!
Yes, im gonna send more!

I love plums whit cream/ice-cream! :)

Dave, im gonna find a good norwegian radio channel for you. Just wait 5 minutes ! :)

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