Perfection inMusic

    
Perfection inMusic    03:47 on Sunday, May 12, 2002          
(Kathy)
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Do you think that someone can achieve perfection in the music industry? Is this posible or is it just a dream for some people? Also, what do you think of prodigies in the music business?


Re: Perfection inMusic    23:45 on Monday, June 17, 2002          
(Penny)
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There`s always room for improvement no matter how good you are.


Re: Perfection inMusic    01:50 on Tuesday, June 18, 2002          
(Kathy)
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That is true. There is always room for improvement no matter how good you are.


Re: Perfection inMusic    03:33 on Tuesday, June 25, 2002          
(Thomas)
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I argree that there is always room for improving...but, keeping that in mind, one should never lose sight of that goal of perfection if they want to succeed with their music.


Re: Perfection inMusic    12:06 on Friday, July 26, 2002          
(giancarlo)
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I USED TO ASK MY DAD, HOW AM I DOING. HIS ONLY ANSWER WOULD BE YOU
GOTTA DO BETTER. IT IS TRUE THAT THERE IS ALWAYS ROOM FOR IMPROVEMENT.
SOME PEOPLE CONSIDER ME A PRODIGY BECAUSE I``VE ONLY BEEN PLAYING FOR
A YEAR AND I PLAY CHOPN LISZT, BUT I DON`T CONSIDER MYSELF ONE
BECAUSE THERE ALWAYS WILL BE BETTER MUSICIANS THAN ME.

GIANCARLO


Re: Perfection inMusic    16:17 on Thursday, September 5, 2002          
(james)
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perfection? well yes. but i do not think a person that did not write the song can achieve it. for only the composer knows how he really wants it to be played, and there is style and techniques in that that can not be written on sheet music. only the composser will achieve perfection and that is only with his song.


Re: Perfection inMusic    09:03 on Tuesday, October 1, 2002          
(Brigitte)
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What you just said is so true!! Wow, I`m impressed! I definitely agree with you.


Re: Perfection inMusic    14:10 on Thursday, October 3, 2002          
(Gary)
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Hi,
I`m new to this site. Just happened to stumble on it. Prefection. My primary instrument is the violin, when i was finally able to plat the carman fantasy by Sarasate i thought i reached the goal. Then my teacher handed me some of Paganinni`s etudes. That took care of prefection at that time. I nevered worried about being better then someone else i try to be better then myself. I also taught myself to play the clarinet. I still play both of these instruments. My last public performance was Sept. 25 in Red Deer, Alberta Canada. It went extremely well.
Gary


Re: Perfection inMusic    14:29 on Saturday, November 30, 2002          
(slugger)
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The fun of music is trying to achive perfection. But every plays differently so it will awalys be an impossible fantisey


Re: Perfection inMusic    22:28 on Saturday, November 30, 2002          
(AnhMy Tran)
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1- Perfection is an ambigous word. I agree that there is always
room for improvement. When I practice the current piece, far from
perfect, my audients say that I play perfectly. My teacher say
that I may advance to the next piece while keep practice this
piece. So my teacher teaches me to practice several pieces always.
After months, I play the old pieces at higher level. I know all
of us have the same experience. I discover new thing that I can
critisize famous artists performance, thing I dare not to think
of before. Even though I cannot play better than they playing,
they are not perfect, either. When i think someone is perfect
that means that my level is far away from evaluating him. It
does not means that he is really perfect. I believe that he
himself is thinking that he can do better.

2- If anyone says "There are someone playing better than I do"
then the statement contradicts to itself. There should be the
one playing better than others. However, it does not warranty
that he is perfect. Perfect is idealistic. Champion is the best
amongst a pool. They are not the same meaning.


Re: Perfection inMusic    19:46 on Sunday, December 1, 2002          
(Jen)
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I have to say the I`m a little perfectionist. I once oushed back my piano exam date because I didn`t think my piece was good enough, when everyone thought it was really good enough. Right now I`m tryin to learn Vanessa Carlton`s "A Thousand Miles" but before my next lesson I`m trying my best to actually listen to the song so that the tune will stay with me when I try to learn. It`ll be the same when I hopefully get her book for Christmas. During my piano lessons I play Royal Conservatory of Music, which is all, of course, classical. My teacher records the songs onto tapes for me, and I kept them all. The reason she does this is so I can pick out songs for the final exam. I`ll have an idea at what the song is supposed to sound like, and I can pick a song that appeals to me, instead one that just looks easy. A little off track now, I agree with the other peoples. The only person who can acheive perfection in music is that person who wroe it, the composer. There are some things that the composer does to make the song the way he wants but can` write down on paper. I tottaly agree with that. The people who play the composers music, however, will never be able to achieve perfection. There may different ways of learning the song, like fast songs I learn slow, and slow songs I usually play fast (just for the sake of it.). OK, we have a composer who wrote the music, and let`s just say a composee whos playing the composers music. The composee will not achieve perfection in playing the composers song because the composer based the song on feeling, and the composee does`nt know off this feeling. So the `real` music that the composer composed will only come from the composer`s hands. Enough of my speech.


Re: Perfection inMusic    20:01 on Wednesday, January 15, 2003          
(Jen)
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Wow did I slow the traffic...


Re: Perfection inMusic    11:55 on Sunday, March 9, 2003          
(imperfect)
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If you can`t be perfect, just be happy with being the best!


Re: Perfection inMusic    15:53 on Sunday, March 9, 2003          
(Dan Glaude)
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Musical perfection is impossible. Especially since there is so many different kinds of music. Maybe for some people playing the longest and fastest counts, or maybe playing the right notes. No, can`t be perfect.


Re: Perfection inMusic    13:20 on Tuesday, March 25, 2003          
(JLW fan)
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Well, anyone can be perfect, kind of, if you just randomly bang the keys on the piano for example, then say, "that was my own composition"
if someone else tried to play your masterpiece, they couldn`t so you would have done it perfectly. But them you might not be able to do the same again so..... no, I don`t think you can achieve perfection.



   




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