Liliana Korcz

Liliana Korcz

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Forgetting to check the key signature before you play a piece.and then realizing it has five sharps. gotta love that.

Forgetting to check the key signature before you play a piece.and then realizing it has five sharps.<-----Playing a piece with 5 sharps

Every. Single. Time.

being a marching band nerd. this is one of the things i dread hearing<-----same for chorus girls. "Let's do this measure one more time." Five freaking hours later." For chorus too

oh this is AWESOME ! -- Also, the same goes for singing. Especially when you can't sing that well. :D

In the middle of class my friend was humming our orchestra song and I’m a cello but I played the violin part as well so I joined in and we sort of went into this sort of humming spree

That is possibly THE most annoying thing that happens while playing piano. It's even more annoying when, even after MONTHS of begging, your mother still won't get it fixed.

That is possibly THE most annoying thing that happens while playing piano.AND, everyone else who doesn't play piano, don't believe me.

This happens all the time! ugh haha #PianoProblems

A piece I wrote started sounding too much like Pachelbel's Canon and Gigue in D major so I had to backtrack a few measures and rethink it.

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yup and the worst is when some brags about u and they ask u to play but you have NOTHING MEMORIZED! It's the opposite! I have everything memorized, so when people put a sheet in front of me, I can't!

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The Old Astronomer by Charlie-Bowater on DeviantArt."Though my soul may set in darkness, it will rise in perfect light; I have loved the stars too fondly to be fearful of the night." from the poem 'The Old Astronomer' by Sarah Williams.