Young kids play guitar like a Pro

It is weekend once again! Yey! I hope to catch some good watch be it some TV shows or maybe a movie marathon or a series marathon. Last Saturday was enjoyable as there was the grand finals of a musical contest in one of the noontime shows. The young kids, around 14-19 years old already played musical instruments like professionals. One seemed played the electric bass guitar at and yes, he was a very good bass player! I thought he would win but the electric guitar player won who was as good and as young. I learned that both kids pay at the same band.

Summer Class

Summer is here and I want it to be worthwhile for my son. He has been begging me for a roland fa 08 and I think it is high time to give him that. anyways, all of us can use it and maybe my talent in composing can be revived. After all, the price is affordable since there are promos that are very enticing. That is the reason that I have decided to purchase one. There are many benefits. We can compose songs. We can create our own brand of music.

Pleasant to his ears

Past Twelve Midnight and Hubby and I are still awake. We are here at the dining area as he is having his coffee because it is very cold here in our town. He told me that we should talk or bond since we have not seen each other the whole day since breakfast. Well, as usual, music talk and now it is moog minitaur! Well, all I can do is agree because I understand his passion for anything that makes sound that is pleasant to his ears.

A man’s house

Our living room is almost done. All our pictures were removed from the walls. According to my husband, it is old fashioned already to display pictures. Anyways, we have a spare room. I told him that I will hang all the frames there. He disagreed because the room will be filled with all his musical instruments: b52, guitars, ukeleles, drums, and many more. Okay, I will just buy a new house since our home is already a man’s house. Good thing, I love music. Maybe I will just buy my own musical instruments like banduria and octavina and maybe a piano.

String instruments

We attended the Golden Wedding Anniversary of my Aunt last week. I always look forward to such celebrations as I learn a lot and entertained as well. True enough, her grandchildren rendered beautiful numbers. The kids of her eldest and only daughter performed live! I mean, they sang and played different kinds of music instruments. Yes, like seeing musicians friend acoustic guitars in display. The youngest son of my cousin even played Ukelele and my husband drooled over it. He could tell by the sound of it that it’s expensive. Could it really be that small guitar or the skills of my nephew? Anyways, it encouraged me too to go back to my Banduria. Yes, I think I mentioned in the past that I could play a string instrument as well. :)

The one that suits you

This cello buying guide is really useful. We do not buy things at once, right? We look for product specifications. We already know what we want so we will not have a hard time to decide. We just need to check if what we like to buy is in the store based on the qualifications in the cello buying guide. :)

What do you lok for in a cello? Is it the look, the weight, the sound, or the size, maybe? One thing, a cello that will suit you, right?

Dad’s memory

Music. Why is there a music subject in school? That is because, music is essential. Life is music, others will say.

Music is one of my favorite subjects before. Yes, during my elementary days. It happened that my Aunt is a piano teacher. I got it from her. All her kids are musically inclined too. All her girls play the banduria while her boys play harmonicas. As of me, well, I consider myself as one of her girls, thus, I play the banduria too. I wanted to play the harmonica as I found it really interesting and its sound is really soothing. My Dad also played the harmonica before.

Now, I have my own son to raise in a life that I want to be surrounded by music. His Dad can teach him play the guitar. I will teach him how to play the banduria. I will also introduce him to harmonica in the memory of my late Dad.