And then continuation:
Note: It's just a comedy sketch, nothing R18 or no written guide.
Let me speak from experience, those are the pieces that work: Chopin (nocturnes), Debussy (Arabesque), Beethoven (moonlight). If she's a bit more cultivated I'll go with some romantic Rachmaninoff, or a Chopin concerto (that's an instant kill for cultivated girls lol).
I mean how can you not fall in love with this! (Rachmaninoff Piano concerto 2) One of the most romantic/tragic theme in the entire music repertoire! (note: from experience, Beethoven moonlight yields better general result with girls).
But you have to change your tactic if you're in a group of girl. Now you go for impressive instead of romantic. I usually just ask someone in the audience to play their favorite song and I'll replay it instantly on piano. Or I play this:
So yes that video is comedy, but it has a bit of truth in it hahaha. It used to be one of my hobby lol, especially since younger girls are still dumb in their dating choice, so a bit of piano virtuosity is all it takes.
@MushroomCake28 Is that so?
Yeah I saw this video hahaha! But I don't need that, I did my conservatoire! (played professionally).
And then you look the girl in the eye and you say: "You know, these fingers are like magic on a keyboard. Do you want to try them?" ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)
Well, my fingers are like magic on a computer keyboard. So much that I've had some incredible achievements behind me. And lost some friends, because they became so addicted it would be the only topic of our conversation.
My fingers play many instruments: piano, flute, trumpet, keyboard, female body. I have a phd in the last one.
Well, I play the computer keyboard and the female body. But I can say that I play them well. Nevertheless, due to my antisocialness I'm not too popular with girls, so I son't get to play them too often.
Quality over quantity. As a fellow introvert, I prefer lasting relationships rather than "short lived" ones. The previous comments were just jokes (although it is true that playing the piano did get me a couple of encounters).
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