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Postby lol_nl » 20 Jul 2006, 07:32

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Postby citrine_peridot » 20 Jul 2006, 09:35

oh my...those kids are scary...not saying that they are not good(btw, the 3rd kid is japanese not chinese, judging from his family name)

and for the no7, why don't her parents just change one word from her name and she would be 李斯特 ranther than 李斯倩...(you know what I am talking about, right? )

for no.5 , that piece is so Liszt's tarenrella...why the hell did those people put “Jasmine” as the title...I mean , it would be crazy if a traditional chinese song sounds like that.

yeah, for the mid=58 , the duet between the piano and pipa, and they said that chinese instrument it's lute...those two words sound nothing alike not even in cantonese...

the person who put everything on that site is ...我晕...that peson Hongkong sure didn't pass his/her common sense class(I remember there is such class in elementary school) ...

lmao at the mid=59. Well, they do have nice hair I guess...I suppose that's what you will turn out if you are a pretty girl from central consevatoire in Bejing...

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Postby lol_nl » 20 Jul 2006, 12:06

citrine_peridot wrote:
and for the no7, why don't her parents just change one word from her name and she would be 李斯特 ranther than 李斯倩...(you know what I am talking about, right? )


I got no idea :roll:-.-
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Postby citrine_peridot » 21 Jul 2006, 02:41

crap! don't you know those composer's name in Chinese?! it's not like 斯特拉文斯基 (stravinsky) or anything like that which sounds nothing like the original one...

get your parent to read that two words to you and ...screw it, is 李斯特 is Liszt and 李斯倩 is that girl's name...

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Postby PJF » 21 Jul 2006, 06:25

Good lord :shock:
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Postby lol_nl » 21 Jul 2006, 07:04

citrine_peridot wrote:crap! don't you know those composer's name in Chinese?! it's not like 斯特拉文斯基 (stravinsky) or anything like that which sounds nothing like the original one...

get your parent to read that two words to you and ...screw it, is 李斯特 is Liszt and 李斯倩 is that girl's name...


oh now i see what you mean.. Yeah I usually can read Liszt's name :lol:, but these characters are just so small, that I didn't notice it was Liszt :). Stravinsky, 斯特拉文斯基, is in pinyin shi de la wen shi ji (sorry my pinyin is bad as well)?
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Postby citrine_peridot » 21 Jul 2006, 15:51

si te la wen si ji (that's how a madarin-speaking news reporter would say that name, I suppose...but that si and shi rule voids if your are Taiwanese... :twisted:)

and here is a tongetwister to help you tackle the si and shi thing...get your parents here this time if you would...

四是四,十是十, 四十是四十, 十四是十四, 谁把"四十"说成 ‘事实',就给他个四十,谁把"十四‘ 说成“时事“, 就给他个十四。

it would sound galactically stupid if I translate that into english so I will just skip it...

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Postby ruata » 21 Jul 2006, 17:48

DAMN!!!!....they play so nice...mmm i guess they are probably 8 years old or 10, and what age do you think they started learning the piano?...i want to do the same with my son lol...
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Postby elvenpianist » 21 Jul 2006, 18:53

ruata wrote:DAMN!!!!....they play so nice...mmm I guess they are probably 8 years old or 10, and what age do you think they started learning the piano?...I want to do the same with my son lol...


..erm, you have a son?

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Postby citrine_peridot » 21 Jul 2006, 19:12

i guess he meant that "if he had a son..."

:lol:

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Postby lol_nl » 22 Jul 2006, 06:20

The girl who played the Liszt Tarantella was 13 at that moment, someone at another forum said :lol:.
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Postby lol_nl » 22 Jul 2006, 06:22

citrine_peridot wrote:si te la wen si ji (that's how a madarin-speaking news reporter would say that name, I suppose...but that si and shi rule voids if your are Taiwanese... :twisted:)

and here is a tongetwister to help you tackle the si and shi thing...get your parents here this time if you would...

四是四,十是十, 四十是四十, 十四是十四, 谁把"四十"说成 ‘事实',就给他个四十,谁把"十四‘ 说成“时事“, 就给他个十四。

it would sound galactically stupid if I translate that into english so I will just skip it...


There's another one with bu and pu.. I can't write Chinese on this computer, and if I could, I wouldn't be able to write the whole thing :lol:, but it's something like
chi pu tao bu tu pu tao pi, bu chi pu tao fan dao tu pu tao pi.
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Postby ruata » 22 Jul 2006, 12:31

lol no no i dont have a son...i want to do the same with my son OBVIOUSLY when i get married...my point its the age of these kids, at what age do you think they began learning piano...Chopin started at 4 if im right, i dont remember well, what age do you think is the best to learn the piano?
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Postby citrine_peridot » 22 Jul 2006, 23:29

uh...whenever the kid shows interest ?

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Postby PJF » 23 Jul 2006, 08:54

????????, ?? ???? ?? ??? ???????, ????. ????? ?? ? ????? ??????????, ???? ??!

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