The piano has particularly been an unparalleled outlet for those who are seeking for simply fun and joy, creative expression, and escape. The modern piano has a total of 88 keys including 36 black and 52 white keys and is played by using a keyboard. It was first invented around the 18th century and is used for many genres of music like jazz, classical, traditional and popular. Often considered as the best musical instrument to start playing with, the piano is highly versatile with a wide range and the ability to change dynamics.
Playing the piano offers different advantages to the players of all ages. Children will develop perseverance, emotional expression, and concentration. It also helps in enhancing their fine motor skills and concentration as well as improving their memory and focus. It is such a relaxing and calming musical instrument to learn, too. Moreover, playing the piano is a great way of stress relief and provides opportunities to bolster self-esteem.
The guitar is a string instrument having from 4 to 18 strings with a normal one having 6 strings. Typically, it is played by strumming the strings with one hand and fretting them with the other hand. Learning to play the guitar has the great advantages of developing social skills and building confidence. As with the other musical instruments, playing the guitar enhances the fine motor skills of children and improves their focus, memory, and concentration skills. Learning and practicing guitar increases the knowledge of music theory and helps memorize individual notes and not patterns.
Drums, the percussion instruments, are the oldest form of musical instruments, which have existed in a wide variety of sizes and shapes. They are commonly played by being struck with beaters or anything from bare hands to wooden sticks to wire brushes. Playing drums helps relieve disappointment, stress, and frustration. Learning to play drums makes you understand how to break complex tasks into manageable ones. Drumming is interactive, about coordination and timing, both of which force the drummers to be in the present moment.