anonymous
  • anonymous
How do you learn how to play an instrument?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Also, what instrument is best to start composing + playing music?
anonymous
  • anonymous
eh just practice pick an instrument and stick with it maybe a recorder? thats the easiest instrument iv ever learned how to play like I mastered it in 3 weeks
anonymous
  • anonymous
ummm well have you got any music experience at all?

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anonymous
  • anonymous
I believe that the best instrument to start playing is the Piano because it's the instrument with the major and minor scales and pretty much every song starts off with a piano. The best thing to do is start off with the simple stuff, like learning Do-Do, figuring out what note does what, etc. After a while if you still want to learn piano, I would recommend (if you don't mind paying for them ) to get lessons from Piano teachers. If you can afford it then go online and try and find free online tutorials from trusted websites. The best thing to do though is practice, practice, practice. I hope this helps you.|dw:1339441311863:dw|

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