cello

Top musical instruments you can easily learn to play (part 6)

 

  1. Cello 

The cello, a bowed stringed orchestral instrument, is versatile with a rich voice. This member of the violin family is most closely associated with classical music of Europe. Normally, it is made from wood with the top and back being traditionally hand-carved. One incredible thing about this musical instrument is that it can become every string instrument in the orchestra. Due to their sound being easily transformed, cellos can be mostly unrecognizable in certain parts.

Learning to play the cello is not difficult; however, it is important to remember that the cello is not an instrument of instant gratification. It requires focus, daily practice, as well as a good teacher to guide you along the way. Cello is more easy to learn for ones with experience reading notes and rhythms. Learning a string instrument such as the cello is a great example of comprehensive learning. Playing the cello encourages teamwork and leadership skills and also teaches general music knowledge. It is a great instrument for improving confidence, concentration, and focus.

  1. Clarinet 

The clarinet, belonging to a family of woodwind instruments, means ‘little trumpet’. It is played by using a single-reed mouthpiece. Its cylindrical shape is mainly responsible for its distinctive musical notes. The tone quality can greatly vary with the musician, the instrument, the music, the reed, and the mouthpiece. It is such an easy instrument for beginners to learn. While advanced players will recognize easily how difficult it is to get things such as tone, dynamics, and tuning correct, if you are a beginner who sticks to maybe a two-octave range, the clarinet is incredibly forgiving. From a controlled and precise exhale to a relaxed and open inhalation, both woodwind and brass instruments can give your lungs a great respiratory workout.

  1. Trumpet 

The trumpet group includes the instruments that have the highest register in the brass family. Small gusts of air are blown strategically into the trumpet to cause vibrations inside the tube. It requires a lot of skill, personal strength, and breathing techniques to learn when and how to blow the right amount of air into the tube in order to create different notes and different tones. In some ways, it is easy to play the trumpet. However, in other ways, it can be argued that the trumpet is the most difficult instrument.