Lirulin wrote:I HAVE BEEN AWAITING THIS FOR LIKE THREE YEARS EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!!
Thank you Mr. Beattie!!
Luminosity wrote:Sorry if this question is redundant, but does the Warm Strangers songbook include "Boy at the Piano"?
aaparallel wrote:So there's an official recorded version of Boy at the Piano somewhere? In the international release?
Michele wrote:It's a live version on the Canadian release.
Question...what's that snowflake at the top of page 20?
juliekaye wrote:Can anyone tell me the difficulty level on these?
Michele wrote:aaparallel wrote:So there's an official recorded version of Boy at the Piano somewhere? In the international release?
It's a live version on the Canadian release.
Thanks for your hard work, David! I was pretty shocked to see this get done before Christmas! That said, I kinda hope we get one sometime that has some extra pictures/note from Vienna/something else in it, that might make non-musicians interested in picking one up as a collectible.
aaparallel wrote:Depends on what your skill level is. Some of the rhythms are pretty advanced, but the chords are relatively simple.
Reileen wrote:Anna Rose and The Atheist Christmas Carol are pretty simple, I think. I also didn't have any major problems with Homecoming. Harbor is about intermediate. My Medea's left hand can be difficult to do smoothly if you haven't been exercising your fingers. Shasta's rhythms take some getting used to, but after that I think it and Homecoming are about equal difficulty.
Reileen wrote:Harbor is about intermediate.
Aaaaand that's it for my two pesos. I haven't tried the other songs in the book yet.
aaparallel wrote:Yeah, but the rhythms and the accents are pretty tricky to get really accurate. I guess you can get away with listening to VT play it over and over again, but to really "get it" you'd have to be pretty precise with counting and accenting.
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