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Good for you for taking up the piano. I only started this year and I'm 32. I've just done my grade 1 and am now working towards grade 2. I would say 5 months is enough time to decide if it's for you or not. Just make sure you practice practice practice. And working towards treating yourself to a nice shiny new piano is a good way to make you practice, giving you something to work towards.
thanks for your comments. Yeah, i already know that the keyboard won't last long, my teacher has a grand piano and i love it but i have to decide whether to go with an acoustic or a digital. can practice 2 or 3 hours a day in the week and 5 or 6 a day at weekends (believe me , i need it ) but i'm not sure my wife and neighbours would like to hear it
Also, as i write this the temperature is -5 , at 6am it was -10. anyone know the best gloves for playing the piano?
Yep, two gigs on every 4th Sunday and three other churches as and when required. Plus the odd evening service.dave brum wrote:Do you play organ in church Gill??
I'm not a proper organist, because I haven't the puff to use the pedals properly, but if you know which stops to drag out most people are none the wiser! Church organists are v. thin on the ground so as long as I can play hymns at sight and play jolly pieces at the beginning and ends (unless it's a funeral, obviously...even then I've played 'Always Look On The Bright Side Of Life'!) everybody's happy...
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