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jennifer steinfeldt  warren

May 24, 2005 at 5:39 PM

My husband and I are quite excited about a brainstorm he had about starting a piano tuning business. It is what my father does (but he rebuilds pianos as well....), so I would have some reference. My husband has an amazing ear and steady hands. I have the degrees to make it look credible :). Anyway. Digging in to research about it today. We stayed up all night. I practiced and listened to music and wrote and went to the fitness room and recorded some music and played on the computer and read...then this morning at 6 we got up and went walking around this mountain in the middle of Nashville called Radnor Lake. It is a spot of heaven and nature in a city. For real, you can't tell there is a city around you. We got a year pass. I can't describe how refreshing that was. A perfect way to start the day. Near the end of the hour and a half it took to go around the path we chose, I was about to pass out, but other than that. Then I came home and fell asleep until, what is is now, noon? Now I'm pumped and ready to practice. K. Later guys. Oh, I was going to post on the discussion board, but I don't know if it is a stupid question. I'm relearning the Bruch because I need a solid first movement audition piece. I am having a debate with myself about the sections with the triplestops. Is it acceptable to play them as they come or do you HAVE to play them all down? Anyway.
Sals,
JW

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