Tag Archives: piano

  1. Weekly Photo Challenge: Admiration (I)


    Friday 29 April, 2016 by Uncle Spike

    My immediate thought upon seeing this week’s theme of ‘admiration’ went to young Maya, an eight-year old pianist we know of …
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  2. Maya once more…


    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, …
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  3. Maya’s back….


    Sunday 03 January, 2016 by Uncle Spike

    Young Maya, the cheeky little eight year old pianist I met from Türkiye is progressing pretty well, tinkling the ivories …
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  4. Maya plays again


    Sunday 16 August, 2015 by Uncle Spike

    The last couple of posts about Maya, the talented young 8-year old Turkish pianist I came across seemed popular; not …
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  5. Maya is back…


    Sunday 02 August, 2015 by Uncle Spike

    Following my introduction of young Maya a couple of weeks ago, I heard that this hard working little 8-year old was …
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  6. Introducing Maya


    Sunday 19 July, 2015 by Uncle Spike

    This is a breakaway post by Uncle Spike to introduce a spot of culture or a moment of Sunday serenity. …
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  7. Music from one of our own


    Tuesday 23 December, 2014 by Uncle Spike

    Here’s something special. Tina is one of our followers (a Spikette), and a talented solo artist from southwestern Ontario, Canada, who creates …
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