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Yonatan 5 y.o. Israel

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22 Jan 2014 15:05 #13296 by Orangefrogisrael
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23 Jan 2014 11:15 #13331 by Levina
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Yonatan, you are star!
you bravely played in front of audience and earned their applause! :cheer:

I wish you great musical success!

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23 Jan 2014 12:13 #13337 by Orangefrogisrael
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24 Jan 2014 03:00 #13348 by hellene
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Yonatan went long way in his coordination development! Great job!

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02 Jul 2014 22:32 #15546 by hellene
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Hello, Yonatan!

Thank you very much for participating in our recital! My special thanks to your wonderful teacher Lubov Yanpolsy for submitting these videos!

I watched your video and noticed that since your last recital you developed very good eye-hand coordination: you are playing the piano piece off the music score, but barely look at your hands. Your fingers are strong and you play chords very easily. You developed a very good connection between your right and left hands! I am very proud of you and have no doubts that you are going to be a very good in math and science because of that!

The ‘Old Woman in a shoe’ is not easy piano piece for rhythm. You did a great job playing it very accurately. I also know that this piece have bunch of flats. It seems like you were fine with that too!

I would suggest you to start memorizing your piano pieces. It is fun! You press H for hiding notes and try to play the right or left hand. You can do even both! Such activity will develop you skills to memorize not just music, but many other things!

I am looking forward to see you at our Summer classes and next semesters.
I am going to send you a certificate and little present in a memory of your wonderful recital!

Sincerely,
Hellene Hiner, Professor of Herzen University (St Petersburg, Russia) - Developer of the Course 'Additional vocational training program and Interactive network technologies'. The author of 'Soft Way to Mozart computer based curriculum for teaching music and piano.

Please, follow the link to find Yonatan's performance on facebook and like it there too! Don't forget to LIKE the page as well! www.facebook.com/SoftMozart [/quote]

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