Like most you who are viewing this blog post, I also love this song. I requested my daughter to learn this song so I can enjoy listening to her daily practice. I remember well the night she recorded this video. Thank you Jade! You always touch my soul when you play piano.
JADE IS 3 YEARS 11 MONTHS OLD WHEN WE RECORDED HER FIRST VERSION OF FUR ELISE. NEVER DID IT OCCUR TO ME THAT AFTER 7 YEARS, WE WILL BE RECORDING ANOTHER VERSION OF THIS SAME SONG – THIS TIME DONE BY HER LITTLE SISTER MEI.
MEI IS 4 YEARS 4 MONTHS OLD ON THIS VIDEO.
TIME TO FORGET
Recorded:January 29, 2014
Break… break… break from photography and cooking.
Spring recital 2011 she was 7 years old and played “The Skaters’ Waltz” by Emile Charles Waldteufel.
Awesome melody to my proud Momma ears. Hard-work and perseverance are what it takes to enjoy this kind of performance at home. I am glad and really overjoyed that my baby loves her music.
Break from cooking…
This song was played by my daughter during her nightly piano practice. It’s a joy listening to how well she has developed her skills over the years.
I hope you enjoy this simple song as much as I did.
I asked my daughter to play this song yesterday while her cousin was online to watch her practice piano. At the video on the far side is my computer and there, my daughter’s cousin enjoying the sound of Malaguena from Manila.I am always fascinated by the fact that we can easily be with our loved-ones via the internet. At this age and time, I am very thankful for this kind of technology because it makes living apart from your family much easier and bearable.Malaguena is a Spanish dance song. I like it because I know that my daughter practiced a lot to make her playing sound really nice. I hope you enjoy this beautiful short song as much as I did.
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