Playing the Fibonacci Sequence on the Piano
Inspired by a Numberphile video, where Simon learned the technique to express the Fibonacci sequence in musical notes.
Practicing Blue Room by Rodgers and Hart
Simon’s classical repertoire has extended to include some jazz, although he still seems to prefer Brahms and Bach. And the math of music.
à quatre mains
Here is Simon playing à quatre mains with his little sis, something he loves doing since she started piano lessons. She is not very keen on taking instructions, which upsets Simon enormously … Continue reading à quatre mains
Simon plays Wagner
Simon playing an adapted piece from Wagner’s Tannhäuser and getting annoyed as the teacher is trying to help him through singing. A nice example of Simon’s hypersensitivity.
And some of the latest quotes:
Simon talking to himself in English, lying on the floor under his desk, his chair upside down next to him: “Am I also 4D? Probably, because I live through time…” … Continue reading And some of the latest quotes:
Simon playing Clementi’s Sonatina:
Simon playing Schubert’s Unfinished Symphony
Simon’s favorite piece for the moment – Schubert’s Unfinished Symphony:
And some music
This is currently Simon’s favourite piece – an adapted take on Saint-Saens’ Samson and Dalila: