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your approach ! 

an externally broad topic,

Having some spare time i just thought !

how do i get some basic piano and intermediate Spanish up !!

anyone doing the same .

i posted before similar topic and followed some adive and my spanish has improved.

i was just given myself a target 2 months to learn a bach minuet, and some basic chords on piano ! so i can sing and accompany on piano , does any one have some advice on how to tackle this .
i can sing well and play any chord on guitar m, But piano !!

i have a goal Bach minuet, some chords and a basic bles piece in 2 monbths .

i just bought a keyboard for 20 USD .

  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Nov. 3 2009 4:44:14


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RE: your approach ! (in reply to minordjango

guys im really keen for this .
im like a bull at a gate ready to charge !!

love and appreicate any advice , love the forum !!

excuse my childish excitement !
  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Nov. 9 2009 10:39:55

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RE: your approach ! (in reply to minordjango

hey minord,
i like your enthusiasm.

for piano, maybe study some basic music theory. with music theory, you'll be able to construct your own chords and know what chords go with what note. with that knowledge, you can accompany yourself.
this site should get you started

for spanish, go to the library and get some children's books in spanish and a spanish-english dictionary. rent some films while you're at it. if you watch any english film, put the spanish subtitles on. it won't be accurate but it'll help.

the library is your friend. get some music theory books while you're there too. and maybe even some flamenco cd's!


  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Nov. 9 2009 14:17:56


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RE: your approach ! (in reply to minordjango

thanks Leo,
I agree best way the library is our friend, bt im in an asian country , not a lot of flamenco here ! or English books.

bt the internet is cool, i just like throwing up some ideas at times, ill stick with a few Bach preludes (ok Just 1) and try to get it learnt , i am enjoy playing the flute too so thats cool.

rest from the old guitar a bit.
  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Nov. 17 2009 0:20:24
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