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Post by Marius » 05 Jan 2009, 18:30

dave brum wrote:Looks easy Marius, if we both had a race to learn it you would beat me. And I assume you're right handed so that'll make it a bit better.

Its nice to talk on here again after all this facebooking, isn't it??
Yeah, it looks easy. But its not SOO easy :lol:

Its realy nice to talk here again!! :)

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Post by Marius » 05 Jan 2009, 20:58

dave brum wrote:Yeah, it's been over one week since we had a chat on here...

I've just had a really crappy practise session... :( :( :( :(

Oh :( What happend? :shock:

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Post by Marius » 06 Jan 2009, 11:57

Yeah, I understand! Gonna take a cup of tea now! :)

But now im starting to get the right hand and left hand to operate together :) I just practise a lot!! And finally i can play almost every thing, whitout any mess!!

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Post by Openwood » 06 Jan 2009, 23:37

God dag, Marius!

Hvordan har du det? My first job after university was as an organist in Norway - I loved it! Ja, vi elsker dette landet 8)

I used to be pretty much fluent in Norsk but that was 14 years ago; I'm definitely out of practice now.

Anyway, good to know we've got a viking onboard!
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Post by Marius » 07 Jan 2009, 12:02

God dag Openwood! Jeg har det bra :) Hvordan har du det?

Oh, realy? Thats cool, where in Norway then?
Yeah, its much influent in the winter time here.

Have you ever heard of Henning Kvitnes before? I just love this song from him: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j_468DZw ... re=related

And i found some chords on the internet to this song! So now i can play it on piano :) Great!

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Post by Openwood » 07 Jan 2009, 18:01

I was the organist in Tolga Kommune 1991-1994. Tolga's very small - it's between Tynset and Roros.

Have you heard of Tone Holbaekmo and Hans Fredrik Jacobsen? They live in Tolga and were quite well-known musicians in Norway when I was there. We did some 'samarbeid' together and performed at the 2004 Winter Olympics in Lillehammer - good times.

I'd like to return to Norge when I'm older and do another organist's job before I retire - it's such a great country. Oh dear, I'm getting nostalgic now...

I haven't heard of Henning Kvitnes before, but then it's been a long time since I was there. I'll check out the link!
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