Updated 1 year ago
This #throwbackthursday throws us back an entire 14 years! Was thinking of this yesterday, as I was getting back into playing piano🎹 for the first time in a long time, on our new Upper West Side piano (pics to come!)... This is Valencia, March 2004, a few months into my first ever #languagehacking experience, with Spanish. I happened upon this work of art and wanted to pose in front it. I like the title of the work, "piano piano", which is #Italian for "little by little", or "slowly does it" - appropriate considering this was the start of a very long adventure of a decade and a half of #languagelearning, and a few months before I'd actually attempt learning Italian to see the significance of the expression. As I get back into re-learning the piano, I think I'll be doing it piano piano 😊. (Incidentally, the Italian word for piano is actually pianoforte, with "piano" meaning 'slow/softly' that piano players recognize by the little 'p' to tell them when to play the notes softly). You can see the "Museu de les Ciències Príncipe Felipe" (Prince Philip Science Museum, in Valencian) in the background behind me. I won't be playing any outside piano in this northern hemisphere winter for sure 🌬, but fun to think of this! #AmuntValencia #Valencia #piano #Spanish #Italian #tbt #pianopiano #park #outside #art #pianopiano #languagelearning #music #Spain #outsidepiano #museudelesciencesprincipefelipe.
Address: Príncipe Felipe Science Museum, Pont de l'Assut de l'Or, Camins al Grau, Quatre Carreres, Valencia, Comarca de València, Valencia, Valencian Community, 46023, Spain
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