Learning Fantasie Impromptu in C-sharp Minor Op.66 of Chopin, by Jonah Ho


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84 thoughts on “Learning Fantasie Impromptu in C-sharp Minor Op.66 of Chopin, by Jonah Ho”

  1. This is such a good progress vid showing all the hard work and effort into learning this song! I'm happy that he has come a long way and on his way to becoming an amazing pianist! This is truly fun to watch and see him grow.

  2. oh geez, Flashbacks of Vietnam are coming, asian kid, glasses, perfect pianist….

    breathes heavily
    Do NOT fall in love with a blonde violinist!!

    tears up inside

  3. to be honest, i've never fallen in love with Chopin, the canon part, i guess. but when he passed away, we got Liszt. and young children are forced to perform. J.S.Bach and W.A.Mozart, are so rare breed.

  4. Маэстро. Слушаю все его ролики. Когда играет дома, лучше, тут кашляют — помехи.
    Гений. Браво!

  5. This is absolutely unbelievable for a 4 year old child, I think he will be the best pianist in the world ❤️🌷🌹🌺🌷🌹❤️❤️☺️☺️👍👍👍👍

  6. whoa Jonah….so amazing talented kid….even at this age, I am still learning the Fantaisie Impromptu……….ohhh mannnnnnn…..you are such an adorable lovely boy 🙂

  7. BRAVOOOO BRAVOOO !!! RSTUPENDO!!! MARAVILLOSO!! THSNK YOU JONAH FOR UR GREAT PERFORANCE!! Greetings from Topika KANSAS 🤗

  8. I just hope that you're not turning his fate into like Kousei Arima's (from Your Lie in April). It's so obvious that he has been practicing so many hours but I would love to know if he is playing with his friends enough and if he is having good times with his parents.

  9. this is a good video that I was very interested in seeing how he learns and progresses playing a piece. Amazing boy with good sense of dynamics and musicality….not just technic.

  10. So he memorized and learn how to play a song like every other piano player. What’s the big deal. His parents force him to play for hours. Does he have any friends? Girls?

  11. There is no development whatsoever. To reach greatness, you need to have slow development to reach near perfection or a professional level. I don’t think this is the best approach.

  12. A happy child with an interesting childhood of practicing 40 hrs a day, Juilliard welcome you. Ask the child does he want to practice himself; great job, parents

  13. I started to play piano when I was 7 or 8, but this kid is amazing. Maybe if I had a grand piano I would be so much better. 🙂

  14. Bruh this is torture, a parent really b like yeah my son is 4 and is mastering the piano bruh teach him some basic shit not just let him sit inside all day every day playing piano gruhhh

  15. I don't see how the can play like that with such short fingers. A child's fingers aren't fully developed. It's odd that they can do that.

  16. Such incredible talent!!!
    I wish I had been this passionate about playing piano when I was younger, then I wouldn't struggle with learning it today 🙁

  17. This is just amazing, not just talented because of how precise and good he his, but also for the way he plays that shows that he actually understands what are the feeling that should be transferred by the notes, lovely.

  18. "Don't rush the process…Good things take time" It would be better if you don't rush his process, the goal isn't play fast or difficult pieces, the goal must be go step by step, playing piano works less difficult but well performed.

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