Piano lessons in Toronto
The piano tuner said it was in great shape; a new old piano is how he put it. But I want to hear a rounder tone than it makes. I dont like the sharpness of its sounds. I want it to come back at me more, to have more fullness. Im not really sure what Im talking about here. All I know is that am probably going to waste some money in a year or so and buy a piano thats way over my abilities just so I can experience the pleasure of having it make those beautiful sounds when I play it.
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For beginners and up, here are our best bets to put your fingers in good hands. Royal Conservatory of Music The Royal Conservatory of Music was founded in 1886 by Edward Fisher as The Toronto Conservatory of Music. Here, you can learn piano and jazz piano in a building designated a National Historic Site and as a bonus you can also grab a pretty cuppa at B Espresso Bar between classes. Private and group lessons are offered.
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Thats really sad. I shrugged. Its just the way it is. And somehow Im okay with it. It didnt take me long to realize, after starting secondary lessons in the Con, that when you learn a piece even if its the most beautiful, kinetic, awe-inspiring music youve ever heard in your life inevitably you take out its mystery. You have to: In the process of breaking it down, youre discovering the twists and turns of the music that make it so powerful. And Chopins Nocturne is no different, unfortunately.
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