Sunday, May 20, 2012

Music Lessons Planning.

One of the biggest regrets of my childhood is the fact that my parents didn't sent me to any musical classes. No piano lessons, violins or even tap dance.

There might be a slight bit of resentment since my brother took guitar lessons for about 2 years at an age where I begged my parents to let me take drum lessons. But with myself approaching the next phase of my life aka workinghood, I know that I might be able to pay for those lessons myself.

But the thing is that I don't have a specific instrument in mind. I also don't think I'm up to learning from the very bottom. I'm more of the person who listens to a song and thinks "I wish I can play this song on a piano/guitar/drum set/violin."

For instant, I want to be able to tell people that I can play Vivaldi's Storm on a violin. *imagines Mokesart smacking the back of my head, telling me to aim for something easier*

Or, to play the guitar to Hey Monday's 6 Months. Or the drums for Fun's We are Young. Of course, let's not forget some Taylor Swift's songs.

I think apart from Storm, most of the songs I want to learn aren't that complicated (Might be very wrong since I'm music blind)

So if I ever get married to a music-inclined person Mokesart, I'll make him teach me what I can before finding me hot instructors. That is, after he teach me how to pirate properly and not just listen to the wonderfully addictive song.

Do what you want, Cause a pirate is free, You are a pirate *dances to the song*


Leysa JL said...

we were same..haha..
always imagine that i can play music instrument but i cant. so sad, i never try to learn. always dreaming but no effort..haha

Mark said...

Well I'm sure Mozart would teach you what he knows pretty quickly. That is he'd be quick to offer it. I took guitar lessons for two years as part of my music O-Levels and I, well I really sucked at it. It was my fault though, I never practiced. I shared a room with my two brothers and barely had any time to myself and my guitar at home belonged to one of my brothers. It's kinda hard to practice in those circumstances.

Hanis. said...

@Leysa: We're in the same boat. Haha. Sometimes, I'll listen to a song and pretend to play a guitar or something to it.

@Mark: He'll offer if he knows what is good for himself. Haha. My brother didn't really care. He played guitar at all hours. He'll practice in the family hall, especially when I'm watching tv. It resulted in me screaming at him to go play outside.


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