eBook Should I Play the Clarinet? (Learning Musical Instruments) download
by Richard Spilsbury
Author: Richard Spilsbury
Publisher: Heinemann Intl Inc (August 30, 2005)
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Category: Children's Books
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Many people enjoy playing a musical instrument.
Should I Play the Guitar? by Richard Spilsbury (Hardback, 2006). Part of a series that looks at popular musical; instruments, this title aims to support music lessons with information on each instrument's history, how it sounds, which family it is from, and how to play it. It encourages children to listen and play new pieces of music; and allows them to compare different, musical instruments.
Should I Play the Clarinet? book. Many people enjoy playing a musical instrument.
Keep in mind that playing an instrument can be different for many people. When I played the piano, I felt that learning and playing classical pieces was creative and emotional. I quit guitar, though, because my teachers believed that the only way to enjoy playing music is to experiment with your own crappy riffs, which I didn’t want. The ultimate question you need to ask yourself is: Why?
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The like the rich tone and versatility of the clarinet. I am would like to learn to play a new instrument (but still play clarinet). I was thinking maybe flute or violin. I heard violin is extremely hard to play. And I need an instrument that is relatively inexpensive. I would like the instrument to have a mellow, beautiful tone like the clarinet.
Playing a musical instrument is a great hobby to have. I find that, especially when I’m listening to a tune that I can play, I feel nostalgic for the piano keyboard. I started playing the piano when I was five years old and still really enjoy it now: it’s a perfect way to relax and cheers me up when I’m feeling down. When I lived at home with my parents, we had a lovely reddish brown piano in the house and I had piano lessons every week. You can really get attached to a musical instrument because playing music involves lots of emotion. I wish that pianos were as portable as guitars and trumpets because I really miss spending time on my hobby.
Why should your child learn to play a musical instrument? . To run for the hills with your hands planted over your ears? Well, you may or may not be thrilled to learn that leaning into all that musical din may be one of the best things you’ll ever do for your child.
Why should your child learn to play a musical instrument? Well, it will make them smarter, happier and more confident. While yes, budding musicians can be rather hard on the ears, fostering musical interest has loads of benefits for kids. But in the words of the great LeVar Burton, you don’t have to take my word for it.