Wednesday, July 8, 2009

Black and White Rag

Here's a 1908 American ragtime piece by Botsford that I'm now playing. A few misses playing it on my Kohler and Campbell piano but that was my fault for playing it at 2 AM in the morning. But ah, but no work for me today and so I have an excuse. I'll play the piece again when I'm a bit more refreshed. Meanwhile, enjoy my playing the piano as one of the very, very few deaf/hh ragtime pianist around. Expect more videos of me playing ragtime or novelty old timey pieces in the very near future.


3 comments:

Marsel said...

Bravo!

Both of my kids (ages 7 and 5) are HOH (both wear HAs), and both are currently taking piano lessons and thoroughly enjoying them -- thanks for this great encouragement for them to keep practicing!!!

. said...

Thank you. I began my piano playing days at the age of 7 as well. It's a matter of sticking with it and you just gotta love playing to piano if you want to see success. Practice, patience, and the love for playing on a piano are the keys, ahem, to success.

Glad to hear that your kids enjoy playing the piano. Any recitals in the near future?

wheatie93 said...

Love your playing!!! This brightens my day!!! Discovered your blog when I joined the Facebook Ragtime Group. Looking forward to more great music.