Musical instruments – A Review!

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7 Responses

  1. philebur says:

    Hello there, thanks a lot for sharing this wonderful piece of information here with us. I must say i really did enjoyed going through your review as it contains valuable information’s one needs to be aware of when trying to get these instruments. I prefer playing the piano as it gives me comfort when ever i play

    • Farah says:

      Hello Philebur,

      I am glad that you liked the information provided here. There are some things to consider before purchasing an instrument and the piano is definetly relaxing when you play, but will take some practice to get the hang of it!

      Thank you so  very much:)

  2. Sophie says:

    Hello there! Thank you very much for sharing this review on musical instruments. I’ve gone through the review and it’s a really detailed one and it contains valuable information. I’m a musically inclined person and I play violin. Indeed Music is a way of life, a food for the soul. The violin is a wonderful instrument that produces beautiful sounds. Thanks a lot for this 

  3. Lenka says:

    I love the quote on the top and I agree, music drives you and it gets you pumping! Some days I’m just feeling like I need more energy and when I turn the radio on and hear something with a good rhythm, I start dancing and feel much better. 

    I used to play the piano when I was a child but when I moved to the house where I live now, I sold the piano. I miss it often and looking at the stage piano, I think I’m gonna go for it. It doesn’t need much space and I could refresh my skills with it. I have never played an electronic piano but I hope it won’t be much different from the classic piano.

    • Farah says:

      Excellent stuff! Who can resist music, whether it be playing an instrument or listening to music! It truly is sensational!

      There are slight diiferences between the electronic and classic piano. The classic piano is generally more expensive and heavier but produces more authentic, warmer sounds, whereas the electronic piano sounds aren’t as authentic, it is cheaper and can have volume control and other instrument sounds. Many thanks for commenting;)

  4. Hi! I love how informative and great your articles are. Can you recommend any other Transitions Counseling blogs that go over the same topics? Thanks a lot!

    • You’re very welcome and I am glad that you enjoyed the review! Yes, you can check out the learning/creativity section for more creative fun and learning that benefits your skills and more!

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