Monday, May 18

Piano Types

I always remember when I was little about being so fascinated with the piano and the pianist itself. I admire how they can stroke those keys faster with or without reading notes in front of them makes me feel like to learn how to play one.

When I was in my 6th Grade we have someone who would be willing to teach us how to play the piano, for a very cheaper price. But for some reason, that we never know off it never happened, that person just never shows up and there goes my future along with him. And there goes the big chance that I could possibly have, thrown out of the window for unknown reason.


However, that longing in me to learn how to play a piano still linger, yet it might be too late if I start it now, that's why I've always wished that someday one of my children would love piano and we can always get them any piano types there is available in the store for them to begin learning in a very young age. 

7 comments:

  1. i love listening to piano too, however, i did not dream of playing one when i was a kid, i guess, i was having too much fun i did not want to give up the time to play for piano, plus of course, the fact that I knew it would be very expensive for my parents. I however, enjoy listening to piano or any musical instrument.

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  2. I loved to play the piano when I was younger. We still have the piano, but my hands are rusty now.

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  3. We have a piano at home and although none of us plays it like a pro, we love playing with it using youtube tutorials.

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  4. My summer babe wants to play piano but too bad we do not have piano at home. She ended up playing the guitar but it didn't last.

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  5. Having a piano is for the rich only as my dad used to say. Better play the guitar. Having one is less expensive.

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  6. Piano is my most preferred instrument to learn to play,too bad I didn't get the chance.

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  7. You sound like me. I never had the chance to learn playing the piano as well. They say nothing can be too late in life. I might just pass on the knowledge to Darling son :-)

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