|Feeling a bit cheesy knowing someone's taking my photo...|
I would really love to pick it back up again and finish my final exam. It's not like I will ever become a concert pianist or teach music, but I think it will give me a sense of accomplishment. The piano will always be something that's quite close to my heart and gives me a feeling of nostalgia. Playing it again makes me calm and at ease. It is an extraordinary instrument; both look at and listen to. When played well, the sound that it gives can be so diverse.
I hope one day when I have my own home I will own a piano so I can play it whenever I please. But for the moment being, I'm going to try and make time to play it when I go back to my parents house. I will start off easy, perfecting Yann Tiersen's Comptine d'Un Autre Été: L'après Midi and Johann Pachelbel's Canon in D Major. They're both my favourites. Its amazing how Yann Tiersen's piece sounds like raindrops falling.
|Isn't it beautiful? Hopefully one day I will own one.|