Do you like music
Do you like music? Would like to learn to play an instrument, but you aren’t sure if you can?
These feelings are normal! In this article we will help you feel more confident and give you the courage and motivation to start your passion. Let’s begin by looking at the instruments that are easier to begin your journey.
To master them perfectly requires several years of study and practice, but achieving the following advances in a few months is very possible:
– Play melodies.
– Play along to your favourite songs.
– Sing your own lyrics while playing chords with your instrument….
The list of the easiest instruments to play:
– Irish Flute
A well known instrument, the ukulele, for many people, is an instrument which is perfectly suited for getting started in music.
Originally from Polynesia, its shape and construction allows you to generate very beautiful sounds without having to focus too much on the notes, creating chords from the very beginning. Its soft strings and its small size make it very comfortable to play and experiment with.
In a few weeks you will be able to play songs and feel motivated to keep enjoying this fantastic instrument.
The triangle is a small instrument formed by a thin bar of cylindrical steel, created in the form of an equilateral or isosceles triangle, usually open at one of its vertices.
We hold it by a cord, and it is played using a thin metallic rod to create different effects.
Often underrated and thought of as an instrument that is only for children or for schools, they do not realize that the triangle can add a lot of magic.
People who play it know how to regulate its tonality and how it can add closed or open sounds to open and closed melodies, depending on how the medal rod is held and used.
The triangle has a wonderful sonority, and can be heard above the rest of the orchestra.
You may believe that the piano is an instrument that should not be in the ranking of easy-to-play instruments, but although it is a little more
complex than those mentioned above, learning it can be very appealing and the motivation this creates, plus a little practice, allows you to achieve results in a short time.
Its great advantage is that visually it is a very organized instrument. Its black and white keys make it easily understood and chords can be created with relative ease.
Although it is true that the great pianists almost all began to play at a very early age, it does not mean it’s too late however old you are. You can learn it in depth, enjoy its beauty and even reach professional levels, through perseverance and discipline.
If you like music and have a good sense of rhythm, then the drums can be a fantastic instrument to enjoy. With time you can work on precision, rhythm, sound, however learning to play the drums is not complicated at first It’s a question of coordination, understanding the rhythms and simply trying each drum.
In a relatively short time you will be able to play along to your favourite songs.
A lot of people relish the possibility of expending a lot of energy at the same time as generating a sound that brings pleasure to the player and the listener.
Often referred to as the English tin whistle, the Irish flute is an instrument whose rare sound is very captivating and its Irish Celtic origins form the basis of traditional Irish music.
It is very thin and has 6 holes used to create musical notes. If you are familiar with the world of flutes, you may recognise that it is similar to the sweet flute.
It is pretty straightforward to learn the finger placement and so is highly recommended for beginners to get started. Although mastering the lip technique, tongue movement and even the fluctuation of the air can be harder to accomplish.
We recommend that you look for videos that show the music that each of the instruments mentioned in the post produces, so you can
Choose the one with which you feel most identified.
The one that makes you feel curious and think that it can come to suppose you many hours of pleasure and fun.
We also suggest that you contact the music school of your locality, so that the first contact with it and your instrument is not frustrating and get great advances that will encourage you to continue exploring and learning.