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I do and i absoulutly love it!
Yeah, I do! Been playing for about half-a year or so now:)
I'm jealous...I keep trying but I just can't get the hang of it :/
Yeah, you definetly need to practice before you start getting good at it. It's not something that can just show up out of no-where...but that doesnt mean you should give up. It's better to take it slow...and do a little bit each day. The repetitiveness really helps you learn:)
okay, thanks :)
i cant but my cousin can he is a professional
i know a little..but im more of a guitar guy :DD
oh, I know :p
Also a keyboard/piano musician. ---|>Dyiliq If you haven't done so already, please visit the Welcome post and make yourself known, since my good friend @shadowfiend had trouble notifying me that this group was up and running :)
you're a mod here dyiliq? special case? or are you global now...
I taught myself to play piano. Strictly by ear. Still can't read music.
ohhh I thought it was. My bad, I must've misunderstood.
I play a little, but I play alto saxophone mostly :)
ooo sax i love it
dang gurlll the sax...http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mKSyPoxzT6w ;D
rebecca that is awesome (inside band joke: I'M SAXY AND I KNOW IT!!!) that guy defiantly made L.A. A LOT Saxyer!! lol
nope. but would really like to play the piano. i only played the flute.
I used to play the piano. I played for about 6 years. Unfortunately, during that time, I didn't fully appreciate how special the piano is. Take it from me - once you stop, you'll regret you did!
Well, actually it might be a good idea to take a year or two break from the piano, if you're not really keen with playing it - maybe try a different instrument. Then pick up piano, again. You'll have a new appreciation for it, and you might even like it more than you thought you could have! :)