You're Never Too Old To Handle These Keys: 3 Myths That Keep You From Taking Adult Piano Lessons

Posted on: 14 October 2015

You'll find the words "learn to play piano" on many adults' bucket lists. That's because the piano is such a versatile instrument, it can be used to play nearly any type of music from classical to jazz. And even if the power goes out, a standard piano will still give music and keep your loved ones entertained while you wait for the lights to come back on.  More importantly, learning the piano at a later age will keep your brain sharp.
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How to Get Your Kids to Respect Your Piano

Posted on: 7 October 2015

If you have children, chances are good that you are going to witness them acting in ways that aren't particularly respectful towards furniture. You might see them jumping on the couch, putting their shoes on chairs, and generally mistreating your furniture. You have likely established ground rules for the furniture in order to keep it from being totally destroyed. If you have a piano in your home, it's a good idea to establish a similar set of ground rules.
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4 Ways Playing The Guitar Could Help You

Posted on: 28 September 2015

Face it, life can bring on many issues that can hinder your health. When you feel bogged down with stress, scientific research actually shows that picking up an instrument and playing can prove to be beneficial for your health by reducing stress. Whether you need a mental break or you want a better workout, playing guitar has been proven to offer many health benefits. Whether you have played the guitar for years or you are just learning, playing the guitar could be as equivalent as getting a massage.
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