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Pyface

aka Josh Pyman
Member Since: 22 Dec 2009
Status:   Registered Member
Points: 156 points
Profile Views: 3542
Date of birth : 19 Sep 1997
Age : 16 yrs
Region : United Kingdom  
About Me
Hi!
I`m a 12 year old boy who is obsessed with music! I mean really obsessed! But not dangerously!
I`m a christian and proud!(My church raised over 260($425) for the Haiti disaster in a cake sale! I made some and they all sold!)

P.S I only play a tiny bit of Tuba!(It`s my dads)
Interests
Music
Reading
Music
Listening to music
Writing
Writing music!

Scores by Pyface

Pyface has 1 Score uploaded.
Composer Title File Types Instrumentation Plays Uploaded
J.S Bach Badinerie (Suite No.2 in B Minor) Flute  6321 4 years ago







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Comments

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InstrumentCrazy
Thanks for the birthday comment!! I had a great day.
4 years ago

InstrumentCrazy
Happy late Birthday!!!
4 years ago

spark12
Also, for the chromatic, try to accent every 4+ interval...ex. for C major, accent the C and the F# for each octave. D major, accent the D and the A flat, in B major accent the B and the F natural...etc. I hope this helps!
4 years ago

spark12
Hey Pyface. Sorry, I didn't get your message until now...I haven't been really active on the forum for a while. But for the ABRSM 4 scales, I suggest lots and lots of SLOW work. And that doesn't mean floppy fingers at a slow tempo, it means active fingers at a slow tempo...so that you know that every finger hits each key at the right time with ease and dexterity. Keep working it slow until you pick up the pace a bit. Also, try to do variations on each of the scales such as 3rds and 6ths. Another thing, don't just make your fingers do all the work, your ELBOWS too can help tremendously. As your fingers move, move your elbows in the direction the fingers are going to help facilitate the tempo. Remember, LEGATO and think of the scales as another melody going crescendo then decresendo. These are all tips that have helped me improve my scales tremendously.
4 years ago

Ducky42
Wow, you play a lot of instruments.
4 years ago

emy47
North Wales, Flintshire county.....
4 years ago

emy47
Awesome! Your from near Wales!!! I'm from Wales!! BTW You would be in seventh grade in the US.....you're in Year 8 right?
4 years ago

Pyface
Thanx!
I found it on the internet, saved it and then used it! I thought it was very cool! Unfortunately, I don't play the sax, so the sax at the front was a bit misleading!
4 years ago

HellenJoy
Hey I like your profile picture!
4 years ago

Pyface
I think I'm 7th grade, but I'm not sure! I turned twelve in September. I live in North Wiltshire, which is at the top of South-west England. It's only an hour to Wales. It's a town called Malmesbury, near Bristol. At the moment, it's snowy, icy, cold and wet! It sounds fun, but not after a week and a half, with 11 and 12th graders pelting you! You can message me, sure!
4 years ago

InstrumentCrazy
Yes their are age categories I listed them for Spark12 on the thread. You'll have to look at it again. It's Region then All-State. Where exactly do you live? I lived in England for a couple of years when I was very young. (my dad works for the U.S government and he has to move around sometimes)But, I don't remember it at all. What grade are you in? Can I message you?
4 years ago

Pyface
I'm just strange! I'm one of those people who like a song, then listen to it until they're sick of it!!! Also, just cause i'm British, with all-state bands, is it region, then all state? Are their age categories?
4 years ago

InstrumentCrazy
How in the world did you get 54 points in just a couple of weeks?
4 years ago


 


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