• Making Music: Selecting an Instrument for Your Child

  • Di: Nancy Bishop
  • Letto da: Rory Duffy
  • Durata: 1 ora e 11 min
  • Versione integrale
  • Data di pubblicazione: 04 12 2017
  • Lingua: Inglese
  • Editore: Philip Okeniyi
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Sintesi dell'editore

Ever wish you could play an instrument? Do the next best thing! And help your child discover how to appreciate music!

Have you ever been to a party where one of the guests takes a seat at the piano and begins to play beautiful music? Maybe you even felt a twinge of envy, wishing you had chosen to learn how to play an instrument while you were young. As an adult it is difficult to go back and learn how to play an instrument. It’s not impossible, just difficult. However, if you have school-age children, you have a great opportunity. 

How would you like to ignite the joy of music appreciation in your child? What? It’s too difficult? What if you could help your child select just the right instrument? Would that make it easier? If you answered yes, then read on. 

The Right Place

You are in the right place. No fluff, no hype. You couldn’t have chosen a better place to help your child select an instrument. Learn about: 

  • Should you buy or rent an instrument? 
  • What is best: percussion, string, or maybe brass?
  • Basics of playing the instrument

There are different reasons why you ought to introduce your child to music. Some studies show that music education among children increases their abilities. Concentration, focus, and coordination make them more relaxed. It also teaches them patience and perseverance while improving self-confidence. 

Your child may have some idea about what instrument he or she would like to play. It’s important that we do not force a choice on the child. Allow him or her flexibility. It might take several attempts to find just the right fit for your child. That’s where we come in and the reason you are reading. We have broken down the most popular instruments. We give you enough of an overview of each that allows you to select exactly the right instrument. The only thing left is to learn about each instrument, and you are off to a great start.

©2017 Nancy Bishop (P)2017 Philip Okeniyi

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