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    Girl coming over who is kinda decent.
    Said I'll get a treat if I play her something on my piano.
    She didn't say what style or give specific song so I need some advice on what to play

    I was thinking something like, fur elise, sonata, MSonata. Alternatively I could do a cover of most songs, anything by coldplay etc.

    Post some youtube links/ideas. Don't worry if its a cover I play acoustically.
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    claire de lune... :love:
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    coldplay-clocks/the scientist its easy and sounds good
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    Be a man and play Boulez's first piano sonata!




    Or Ravel's Pavane, whatever.
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    sigur ros - hoppipolla

    it's easy enough to play, and it's a good tune. you'll get that "treat" of yours in no time, you dirty dog
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    (Original post by KateRosie)
    Are you singing too or just playing the piano?
    I didn't think about singing, but I can do that too.
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    (Original post by AmiiRainbow)
    claire de lune... :love:
    I second this most emphatically :coma:.
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    (Original post by danadd9)
    Be a man and play Boulez's first piano sonata!




    Or Ravel's Pavane, whatever.
    Crazy song but not the direction I'm thinking of :p:

    I love Pavane, but feels to 'war timey' for this occasion.
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    rugrats.
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    Snow Patrol - Chasing Cars or Run, if you intend on singing
    if not, then im not sure, Beethovens 5th?
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    (Original post by fox_the_fix)
    Crazy song but not the direction I'm thinking of :p:

    I love Pavane, but feels to 'war timey' for this occasion.
    But it's nice..
    What about Debussy's Reverie?
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    River flows in you. Most girls will love it, I'm even trying to practice it myself.
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    Oh the C Major scale....


    Pretty much orgasmic :drool:
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    Any Debussy. :yep:
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    Fireflies

    Gotitans999 does a really good version of this on youtube.
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    (Original post by spacepirate-James)
    Oh the C Major scale....


    Pretty much orgasmic :drool:
    ... Or this! :p:
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    (Original post by el scorcho)
    sigur ros - hoppipolla

    it's easy enough to play, and it's a good tune. you'll get that "treat" of yours in no time, you dirty dog
    Good idea but its way too repetative without the percussion/strings etc

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    claire de lune... :love:
    :love: debussy
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    (Original post by Superman_Jr)
    River flows in you. Most girls will love it, I'm even trying to practice it myself.
    This! :suith:
    I've been learning this myself.. but haven't touched my piano in a while =|
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    Oh, this does give me memories.
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    (Original post by Superman_Jr)
    River flows in you. Most girls will love it, I'm even trying to practice it myself.
    yiruma kills me, kiss the rain is better though.
 
 
 
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