Maya once more…

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Sunday 07 February, 2016 by Uncle Spike

Playing in the snow in the Anatolian Plateau is fun.

Like any kid, Maya, an eight-year old Turkish pianist I met, just loves being a kid; and she’s pretty cool at it too, don’t you think? As the years pass, considering a moment of lying on your back in the fresh snow seems great…. or more like, we would be dreading it as we think how the old muscles will seize up in the cold 🙂

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Maya 18

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But a warm and cosy onesie always does the job!

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Maya 19

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This month sees Maya playing for us Opus 599 No.80 by Carl Czerny. It’s a short piece, but hope you enjoy it. I love the poise. I couldn’t have ever imagined having the control at that age, or even now come to think of it.

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7 thoughts on “Maya once more…

  1. Wonderful! She loves her piano ..

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  2. What a lovely and extremely talented young girl.

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  3. LB says:

    Believe it or not, just last weekend, I was laying down on the snow/ice with a friend making snow angels. Laughing all the while 🙂
    So glad this talented young lady get’s to play in the snow. Enjoyed the video!

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  4. dayphoto says:

    Love it! She is amazing!

    Linda

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