LJP Journal: clobaton

  • 05/24/2009 - after 3 years

    In these 3 years many things have happened, I have improved my musicality, my piano skills, I practiced flute more than anything, I learnt to play the harmonica, and I learnt tonight , after 5 months away from my piano (and 8000km away from it) that I still love it and miss it, even though I try to hide it like a love you can't have. I hope to return to it soon.. Music feeds me, and I have been eating the same dish for 5 months.

  • 12/27/2006 - in the search for excellence

    Why is it that many people are in the search for excellence? who said that excellence is the best flavor? why can't I learn from the not so advanced as well as from the virtuosos? the answer might be that being close to the excellence makes you think you are excellent.

  • 02/10/2006 - ear

    I am friends with my ear now..

  • 01/16/2006 - Try to delete you first blog entry

    Today I tried to delete my first blog, and it was impossible... That makes me think what other things can not be erased in real life... everything needs a beginning.

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