I'm a uni student who finds her inspirations when she's supposed to be doing her assessments. I've been playing the piano since I was 7 and have taught myself the organ at 10. I'm now learning the violin.
I love Vivaldi, JS Bach, Harry Gregson Williams, and Danny Elfman. Helen Trevillion is my inspiration for the piano, and Emilie Autumn for the violin.
Piano, Organ, and Violin (ehh, beginner's)
Yamaha Electone (organ), Yamaha keyboard, violin. They all have names. Shall I introduce them to you?
This violin is Madame Liberte. She is quite acerbic at times, but she is very good when she is in her best mood. The organ is the Lady Yvonne, so named due to her massive collection of ivory keys. The keyboard is Duke Junk. He's quite the inebriated fellow yet he still somehow retains his position in court.
I hope you didn't forget to curtsy.
1. "L'inverno" (Winter) - Vivaldi
2. Brandenburg Concertos - Bach
3. Let Go - RED
4. Breathe into Me - RED
5. Rebirthing - Skillet
6. In the End - Linkin Park
Comatose, End of Silence, Laced/Unlaced, Inside, Fallen, Meteora, etc.
Vivaldi, Bach, Pachelbel, Emilie Autumn, Helen Trevillion, and many other wonderful people.
Things that'll make your piano stand to attention.
When I'm not at uni, I work for organizations creating their websites and other graphics stuff. After I graduate, I'll either be creating programs, or have a half life amidst a sea of scrunched up paper filled with abandoned words and notes.
Either way, I'll be a blind fool by the time I'm 30 from using the computer too much. So I better start saving up for that eye laser surgery.