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It may be helpful for us to hear some - but with Caution! it should just be used to let you know what its like, as some of the performances may not be accurate etc.
Vivaldi, 'L'autunno' ( Autumn ):
Gedike, Kummer :
Post others or better ones if you can find them...( hope this post is allowed! )
Hi,gpratley wrote:Would these both fail their exam for this performance?
I'm due to take my grade 1 this summer and would struggle to play much better (I'm about 30 years older them).
Am I wasting my time?
As long as you have a good teacher thats not too soft, and you have regular lessons and try to pratice the pieces every day , I can't see why you can't get up to the level - go for it, forget age.
He ACTUALLY got a distinction and is now doing his grade 4 having completed both grades 2 and 3 in little over a yeardave brum wrote:Pukkarooney, as Smithy in Gavin and Stacey would say!!
I wonder if Aaron Zair, the young boy whose dad posted on Youtube jast year playing last years pieces actually passed his Grade 1? I'd be curious to find out. I think his Youtube 'handle' is Doctor Zair, DrZair or something like that.
Nah, he's just a regular lad with a good attitude, who doesn't have a chip on his shoulder and applauds success of others...dave brum wrote:Thanks for posting to let me know, drZair. I am so really pleased for Aaron, he's got a fantastic future ahead of him should he choose to follow a career in music. And I suppose he's got loads and loads of online fans as well!
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