What Instruments Do You Play?

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I don't play any type of instruments, but I'd love to learn piano.

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I have played the piano ever since I was a kid. While I'm pretty rusty with my skill right now, I'm always willing to try making covers of songs I like.

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Music is my soul. I am a guitar player

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Post by dhavaldevpura0701 »

Here is my all-time favorite and most popular musical instrument.
Piano
Piano is awesome!!
Anyone can play it. It Looks beautiful, sounds beautiful, smooth and majestic. It's wonderful! it's very fun, simple, easy to learn, versatile, flexible instrument in the world. The instrument you should learn first is Piano. It is the most popular among music composers. It can be played to make a relaxing, soothing and peaceful mood or a loud and fun mood. The piano has a range larger than all instruments. You can play bass/rhythm, harmony, and melody all at the same time.

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I played the violin a decade ago, my daughter (6) wants to learn the ukulele so I might dive in with her!
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I have played the piano since I was 7 years old! In all honesty, I'm not half as far along as I should be after playing for 10 plus years (because for a long time I barely practiced), but lately I've been inspired to work at it much harder and I have been making significant progress! I also sing a lot, which my piano knowledge helps with. I own a ukulele but I think I only know how to play two songs! Maybe I should consider practicing it some more too!

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