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Children's Corner

Post by FW190 » Sat Oct 17, 2009 9:00 pm

Suggestion for the thread title: Children's corner.
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Re: Children's Corner

Post by davida march » Sun Oct 18, 2009 12:17 pm

If anyone finds the Hans Anderson pieces of Yvonne Adair I've been after for ages, please... or maybe thanks...
http://composers-classical-music.com/a/AdairYvonne.htm

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Re: Children's Corner

Post by fredbucket » Sun Oct 18, 2009 12:39 pm

davida march wrote:If anyone finds the Hans Anderson pieces of Yvonne Adair I've been after for ages, please... or maybe thanks...
Not quite that, but maybe this may go part of the way...
adair, yvonne - little dog tails.pdf
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Re: Children's Corner

Post by davida march » Mon Oct 19, 2009 7:22 am

fredbucket wrote:
davida march wrote:If anyone finds the Hans Anderson pieces of Yvonne Adair I've been after for ages, please... or maybe thanks...
Not quite that, but maybe this may go part of the way...
adair, yvonne - little dog tails.pdf
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Thanks Fred, but I think you'll find that might be my scan.
It's very curious because the AMEB had the Anderson pieces listed for years (until about 2007) for Preliminary/Gr 1 - but I've never heard or seen them. Dog Tales are cute and I often teach these ones to the kiddies.
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Re: Children's Corner

Post by fredbucket » Mon Oct 19, 2009 7:50 am

davida march wrote:Thanks Fred, but I think you'll find that might be my scan.
My apologies, I have no idea where I got it from :)
davida march wrote:It's very curious because the AMEB had the Anderson pieces listed for years (until about 2007) for Preliminary/Gr 1 - but I've never heard or seen them.
They're not in my 2007 AMEB book.

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Re: Children's Corner

Post by davida march » Mon Oct 19, 2009 11:42 am

fredbucket wrote:
davida march wrote:Thanks Fred, but I think you'll find that might be my scan.
My apologies, I have no idea where I got it from :)
davida march wrote:It's very curious because the AMEB had the Anderson pieces listed for years (until about 2007) for Preliminary/Gr 1 - but I've never heard or seen them.
They're not in my 2007 AMEB book.

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You keep back- dated AMEB books? 2006 then or 2005...
I wish they'd make all stuff available online - such a waste of trees.
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Re: Children's Corner

Post by fredbucket » Mon Oct 19, 2009 12:14 pm

davida march wrote:You keep back- dated AMEB books? 2006 then or 2005...
No, just the one. I'm too cheap to update it.
davida march wrote:I wish they'd make all stuff available online - such a waste of trees.
They can't do that - they'd lose too much money. It's a nice little earner for them.

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Re: Children's Corner

Post by davida march » Mon Oct 19, 2009 1:26 pm

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fredbucket wrote:
davida march wrote:You keep back- dated AMEB books? 2006 then or 2005...
No, just the one. I'm too cheap to update it.
davida march wrote:I wish they'd make all stuff available online - such a waste of trees.
They can't do that - they'd lose too much money. It's a nice little earner for them.

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I have several articles (apart from editing stuff) that I'm working on:
1) Mental Health and government agencies (especially form losing)
2) A feminist perspective on pedalling in high heels
3) Music examination bodies: Human Rights abuse against pixies
4) Toy pianos in the garden

Nice pics - need more glamor shoes though,
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Re: Children's Corner

Post by passthesalt » Mon Oct 19, 2009 6:04 pm

Was the piano placed in the garden so pixies could play it?

The black keys are painted on! Must everything played on the piano be in C major?

If you actually write an article about the "feminist perspective on pedalling in high heels," please post a link here. Seriously, I'm interested in this. I've seen some Cliburn competitors of the female persuasion tripped up by new high heels that were not given a test-drive before going on stage.

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Re: Children's Corner

Post by davida march » Mon Oct 19, 2009 10:10 pm

passthesalt wrote:Was the piano placed in the garden so pixies could play it?

The black keys are painted on! Must everything played on the piano be in C major?

If you actually write an article about the "feminist perspective on pedalling in high heels," please post a link here. Seriously, I'm interested in this. I've seen some Cliburn competitors of the female persuasion tripped up by new high heels that were not given a test-drive before going on stage.
The feminist pedalling one IS serious!
(perhaps I told a small fib about the pixies!)
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