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Meteor Music Tutors Jan 24
Bionic gloves enable acclaimed Brazilian pianist João Carlos Martins to play freely again after disease and injury robbed him of his dexterity 21 years ago 💫💫💫 he will now use his 'extender gloves' to make a dramatic turn to performing
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Vivien Lalu 20h
I can do this, and you can’t... 🎹
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Robert Lufkin MD 2h
Happy Birthday Julia Frances Smith ( January 25, 1905 – April 18, 1989) American , , and author on musicology.
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Brendan Kavanagh 3h
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Claire Head 5h
The best toy at a 2 year old birthday party! Thank you rosiemcghie @ Bishops Itchington
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Andrej Savic 16h
I tell my piano the things, I used to tell you-Frederic Chopin * Full video in bio * * * *
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operaglenn 18h
Going through old papers I found this letter received after I played the Brahms D Minor Piano Concerto with the Richmond Philharmonic Orchestra in 1995. I'm sorry I never got to play it again, but my arthritis issues began soon after.
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Daniel Roberts 20h
Enjoy your weekend all!
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Fiona Ross 22h
I've always been near a piano......
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Dorian Marko 22h
POV except my perspective looks nothing like this 😂
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We Are Indie Jazz Jan 24
H ZETT M looks always face a piano in sincerity. We love his sound born that way.
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Daniel Roberts Jan 24
If any of you want to chat about Piano related things, that you´re struggling with, you´re always welcome to DM me. I´m happy to help :)
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Gijs Van Winkelhof Jan 23
I arrived! My first set starts at 19:00! 🎹✨
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Daniel Roberts Jan 23
After spending months working on Franck's Prelude, Chorale and Fugue, I can feel it starting to come together! What a nice feeling 🎹🎹👍🏻
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Fiona Ross Jan 23
Bit of this. Photo taken by Indian Hill Design
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Daniel Roberts Jan 22
Made a new friend yesterday!
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Meteor Music Tutors Jan 22
Vladimir Ashkenazy, the 82-year-old Russian and , has announced his retirement 💫💫💫 Ashkenazy first gained international recognition in 1955 when he won second prize at the International Chopin Competition in Warsaw
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Ayako Fujiki Jan 21
With my dearest teachers Carlota Garriga and Enrique Granados after my concert at @granadosmarshall I love both of you soo much!!
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Phillip McLellan Jan 21
I am when I learned, after 25 years of playing the and having never taken a lesson, that I had been trilling wrong (🙄) FURTHERMORE what I’ve just learned is SO much more comfortable.
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MizMusicTeacher Jan 21
So untrue; I have no matching socks.
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