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"A Thousand Miles", originally titled Interlude, is a pop song written by American singer Vanessa Carlton and recorded for her 2002 debut album Be Not Nobody. It was co-produced and co-arranged by Carlton and Ron Fair, and was released as the album's first single in 2002. Her signature song, it became Carlton's breakthrough hit and one of the most popular songs of the year. The song had widespread success worldwide, reaching number one in Australia, where it was most successful, the top five in the United States and Ireland, and the top ten in the United Kingdom, France, Italy, and the Netherlands. It has been covered by numerous artists including actress Victoria Justice, Australian Metalcore band Never See Tomorrow, and singer-songwriter David Archuleta, as well as being sampled by rapper T.I. for the song "All Night" and pop singer Cheryl Cole for the song "Waiting". Vanessa Lee Carlton (born.
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Vanessa Lee Carlton (born August 16, 1980) is an American singer-songwriter and pianist. Carlton was born in Milford, Pennsylvania to Ed Carlton, a pilot, and Heidi, a pianist and school music teacher. She has two younger siblings, a sister, Gwen and a brother, Edmund. Her uncle, Larry Carlton, is a jazz guitarist. Her ancestry is half Scandinavian and half Russian. Her interest in music began at an early age; after returning from Disneyland at the age of two, she played "It's a Small World" on the piano. Her mother then began to tutor her on the piano. She developed an interest in ballet at the age of nine and was accepted at the School of American Ballet at age fourteen while attending high school at the Professional Children's School. At age eighteen, she decided to devote her time to piano-playing and songwriting, choosing not to become a dancer on graduation. Instead, she attended Columbia University and performed in bars and clubs in Manhattan, New York while waitressing in Hell's Kitchen. "A Thousand Miles", originally titled Interlude, is a pop song written by American singer Vanessa Carlton and recorded for her 2002 debut album Be Not Nobody..
PIANO – THE ENCHANTING MUSICAL INSTRUMENT IS BACK WITH A BACKUP OF TECHNOLOGY TO MAKE LEARNING MORE FUN AND EASIER FOR YOU
Some activities are so easy to nurture in childhood but as time passes by, they become difficult to even perform. Such an activity is playing piano. Everybody loves to play piano when they are young but with the passing time, commitments in the educational front, the professional front and then the family front, come and replace the priority of playing piano.
There are ways you can revive your old habit of playing piano. One of them is trying out solo playing and ensemble playing both; with the help music sheets of course because your separation from the instrument for such a long time might not let you remember everything you had learned. Playing in both these styles will let you know where you fit the best.
An audience does work like magic to bring out the artist in you. Spread the word of your returning to the world of piano. Get some music sheets and try to organize family gatherings where you can play in front of an audience. It could be a small group people or just a couple or two. The size of the audience does not matter, what matters is that the revived spirit that you will experience when playing piano for them.