I Want To Play Music! Here’s How To Get Started…
“I want to play music!” How many millions of people have either said or thought that? And why not? Music is the universal language that we all speak, and we all want to express ourselves and communicate our feelings to others. Music is the perfect vehicle for that.
I have often thought that if during the presidential campaign the candidates were only allowed to sing their stories and oppions rather than pound the pulpit and preach them, we might just have a more civil campaign with a lot more mutual respect and understanding.
You can get started easily playing music by taking a music course online from one of several excellent choices, including Piano Lessons By Video, How To Read Music, How To Play Chord Piano, and many other courses. Music courses are a great way to learn about virtually any area of music; history, theory, instrument instruction — you name it and somewhere music courses specialize in it. Though generally found through colleges, universities or high school programs, music courses are also offered via one-on-one instruction with a private teacher or community-based workshops. Some churches even offer music courses as a complement to their choirs; the music courses may be offered to the general public, but they’re often geared toward the choir members and congregation. But if you want to learn fast and start playing music, go to your web browser right now and type in “play piano” or “learn music” or “play music”. A complete catalog of over 300 individual courses in music theory and piano playing can be found at Play Piano Catalog.
But whatever you do and however you do it, get started playing music! It’s tremendously rewarding to play music of any kind.