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BlueBinki

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Hi!
I had previously posted, rather excitedly and now am seeing the gaps left in the wake of my haste.
I am indeed an Adult Baby and Diaper Lover. However, as I was informed, I should open up about my personal interests and hobbies(thanks for the feedback) as well.

First off, I've been a musician (keyboardist) since around 5 or 6. I've always loved music.
I also play percussion for a local community organization over the weekends (a paid gig). I love everything about music itself and the way it influences my own life and the lives of others.

I dabble a small amount in art but mostly just sketches and font creation (nothing fancy, just pen and paper).

I'm in a wonderful relationship (which I'm sure I'll make time to address later).
We enjoy our little lives together, both in size and occasional state of mind.

I'd like to say, that I have always loved this community, even before joining within the past two weeks or so. It let me know that I'm not alone (something I was convinced of for several years). So, to all of the wonderful people here on ADISC and it's ingenious creators, thank you for that.

Lastly, as I bring this post to a close, I'd just like to say that I really can't wait: to see the growth, joy, love and triumphs in the lives of each of you.

Sincerely, BlueBinki
 

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Hello BlueBinki and welcome to the group.

Very nice to meet you.

Egor
 

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Hi!
I had previously posted, rather excitedly and now am seeing the gaps left in the wake of my haste.
I am indeed an Adult Baby and Diaper Lover. However, as I was informed, I should open up about my personal interests and hobbies(thanks for the feedback) as well.

First off, I've been a musician (keyboardist) since around 5 or 6. I've always loved music.
I also play percussion for a local community organization over the weekends (a paid gig). I love everything about music itself and the way it influences my own life and the lives of others.

I dabble a small amount in art but mostly just sketches and font creation (nothing fancy, just pen and paper).

I'm in a wonderful relationship (which I'm sure I'll make time to address later).
We enjoy our little lives together, both in size and occasional state of mind.

I'd like to say, that I have always loved this community, even before joining within the past two weeks or so. It let me know that I'm not alone (something I was convinced of for several years). So, to all of the wonderful people here on ADISC and it's ingenious creators, thank you for that.

Lastly, as I bring this post to a close, I'd just like to say that I really can't wait: to see the growth, joy, love and triumphs in the lives of each of you.

Sincerely, BlueBinki

Hi and welcome to the site. I too am a keyboardist with a degree in organ performance from Westminster Choir College, Princeton. I play a lot more keyboard and piano than I do organ now. I recently bought a Yamaha Avant Grand N2 and have been learning a number of Chopin pieces as well as other composers, etc. It's always fun. I play keyboard and organ at the church where I'm the music director.
 

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Welcome to the site! :) What sort of music do you play?

I play a lot of Nat King Cole and Frank Sinatra numbers. I also have found several artists in mainstream pop that are a lot of fun to play on piano. One Republic, Sam Smith, etc. I write a good bit and I often revert back and play my old songs just to keep in touch with my past. It's a lot of fun.

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Hi and welcome to the site. I too am a keyboardist with a degree in organ performance from Westminster Choir College, Princeton. I play a lot more keyboard and piano than I do organ now. I recently bought a Yamaha Avant Grand N2 and have been learning a number of Chopin pieces as well as other composers, etc. It's always fun. I play keyboard and organ at the church where I'm the music director.

WOW! Westminster! That's awesome. I'm glad you have found a venue to keep your skills sharp! That's really the most important thing for me is to make sure I stay connected to something that challenges my skill set!
 

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There's so much music to play, and so many different styles. It's all fun. From an organist's perspective, when I finally learned and could play the first Chopin Nocturne, the B flat minor, it felt so good. Now it takes a lot of time just to keep the pieces I've learned under my fingers, so to speak, and I'm still learning new pieces.

I love Nat King Cole. He was a great jazz pianist, and was a player before he was a singer. He was so very talented.
 

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I play a lot of Nat King Cole and Frank Sinatra numbers. I also have found several artists in mainstream pop that are a lot of fun to play on piano. One Republic, Sam Smith, etc. I write a good bit and I often revert back and play my old songs just to keep in touch with my past. It's a lot of fun.

That's really cool! I'm more of a singer myself, but I play guitar a bit, and I've always been interested in piano. Sinatra really doesn't get enough love anymore. His music was great.
 

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That's really cool! I'm more of a singer myself, but I play guitar a bit, and I've always been interested in piano. Sinatra really doesn't get enough love anymore. His music was great.

He really doesn't! I love his music. It's that warm sort of smothness that you only hear around the holidays now.

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There's so much music to play, and so many different styles. It's all fun. From an organist's perspective, when I finally learned and could play the first Chopin Nocturne, the B flat minor, it felt so good. Now it takes a lot of time just to keep the pieces I've learned under my fingers, so to speak, and I'm still learning new pieces.

I love Nat King Cole. He was a great jazz pianist, and was a player before he was a singer. He was so very talented.

He was an EXCELLENT musician! I agree! I started listening to him in 9th grade and loved it ever since!
 
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