Alfred’s Basic Adult Piano Course, Level 3

This is to certify that MG has successfully completed Alfred’s Basic Adult Piano Course, Level 3 on this day 16th September, 2009. Hehe.

This is the last of the series of workbooks and I just played my last song the “Moonlight Sonata” by Beethoven. Ahem. Ahem. Yahoo! Yipeee! *Doing happy dance.* A dreamed fulfilled.

Thank you to my darling who bought me a piano for my birthday in 2007,  signed me up for lessons and fetched me to lessons while he watched the kids after work. He has helped me to fulfil one of my lifetime dreams….. ie to be able to play the piano. He is the best!

I had my first lesson sometime in July 2007. Wah! I have learned for 2 years. I am planning to stop my lessons at the end of this year and self learn from there on, just playing for fun. Really no time to practise.

“Its never too old to pick up a new skill. You just have to be thick skinned.” 😉

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12 thoughts on “Alfred’s Basic Adult Piano Course, Level 3

  1. now i know there are other mommies out there sharing the same interest. i’ve started piano about 10 months ago and also using the same series….still on Book 1 now. congrats!

    That’s great Pauline. 🙂

  2. That’s my dream too. But till now, it’s still a dream. Hahaha……

    And, you darling is so sweet leh. It’s so lucky to have such loving darling. You are really so blessed! 😛

    Hope that your dream will come true too. 🙂

  3. Wow…that’s great!!! Heard Richard Clayderman? I have a few pieces by him and love playing them…

    though my piano teacher last time didn’t like it!!!

    Don’t give up yeah even though you have stopped lessons.

    I haven’t stopped my lessons and I won’t give up because I enjoy playing a lot.

  4. cool!!!
    Definitely never too old to learn, to grow, to excel!

    Playing the piano has always been my dream since young, I adore Richard Clayderman, but because of my family financial background its impossible to even eat, least indulge in a hobby…. so now, I am ‘working’ towards this too, you know? *wink*

    Never too old to re-live my childhood dream!

    I couldn’t afford to learn when I was young too.

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