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    • ... he, at least found his passion ... as most do not >> being a obedient conformist to what others tell you who you "suppose to be or do" to "fit in".
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    Ludovico Einaudi - Nuvole Bianche (64,173,169+ views).

    • My personal short story:
    When you see the bars going down ... I instantly train myself to hear the harmonics before it is actually played ... although I am NOT a professional at all ... I seem to be able to predict in my head (inner ear) what it "sounds like" BEFORE you actually can hear the sounds.

    My stepmother played piano in our living room when I was 12 years old up to 17 years old ... Listened to all kinds of piano music when I was young of age ... but never took any piano lessons.

    I also noticed that when listening to 5th, 7th & 9th Symphony of Beethoven at that age I could study (do homework) from school much better ... I only have to read things once and I can almost recall all of it ... When I am listening to other "modern music" the opposite happens >> I had trouble studying, doing my homework, and got lower grades ... But with classical music something magical happens within my brain.



    The key is (was) I did it all voluntary, no one pushed me to listen to classical music ... in the beginning I thought it was "way to complex" ... much later I can recall most Symphonies without notes without hearing the music ... All memorized in my head ...



    This was the bases of better understanding the books: "Super-Learning" & "Supermemory: The Revolution" by Sheila Ostrander, Lynn Schroeder & Nancy Ostrander.

    cheers,
    John Kuhles
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    Bach - Toccata and Fugue in D Minor using 3 Hands (2,732,661+ views):

    David on YouTube quote:

    "Remember guys, this is the 1700’s. People with 3 arms was not uncommon".

    Me also being hilarious to David:

    "in the 1700s they used feet on the spinet sometimes ... depending how long your toes are ... was a great success ... so much so it was the basses of inspiration to make this master peace 🙂


    cheers,
    John


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    Top 10 Most Difficult Piano Pieces (29,521,747+ views):


    ... my personal favorite of all time:
    • Hans Zimmer - Interstellar using 5 hands! (3,782,399+ views):
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    Default Re: Coping With My Learning Disability - Rick Beato

    thank you for this post, you planted a beautiful flower. Rousseau music pet my soul, like a needed from months.
    for anyone who needs it too, here balsam for 2:30 hours: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cGYyOY4XaFs

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    Default Re: Coping With My Learning Disability - Rick Beato

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    • ... he, at least found his passion ... as most do not >> being a obedient conformist to what others tell you who you "suppose to be or do" to "fit in".
    That was brilliant John. Thank you for sharing. Rick has phenomenal musical intelligence!!

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    Default Re: Coping With My Learning Disability - Rick Beato

    I thought this would be a good segue for sharing this little video. (16.52)


    Dr Shannon Panzo talks about photographic memory techniques

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    • Fortunes of Failure | The Road Taken:
    • (as mentioned in above first video)

    • Fortunes of Hard Work: Why You Should Never Give Up:
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    • The Biggest Myth In Education:
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