So, which instrument would you like to play today? Still stuck on that old recorder that you received during your years at junior school? Wishing you could play the flute or the trombone? Or maybe you would like to play the sax or the trumpet, something you may have started with as you tried out for the high school band. But when the real show came to town, you were lucky enough to be stuck at the back in the percussions department.
It seemed as though you had no flair for any musical instruments. No rhythm or ability to read musical notes was detected either. But in whose hands were you then? Did those folks have the same passion? Not likely, because if they did, they would have stuck with you patiently, through and through, and by now you would have been playing an instrument that is as comfortable as being an extension of your own body and mind.
A downtown Boston Music Store has got song sheets to stimulate your interest once more. Explore the notes for the time being. It looks all foreign for now, but just you wait until you have received your first musical lesson, a firm and proper and professional one this time around. There are gadgets galore to go with the selected instrument. What could these be used for? Well, let your music instructor show you how.
You are not yet in the league of perfectionists, so the instrument of choice needs to be tuned to make you comfortable enough to press on with your lessons. Now, as for those lessons, did you honestly think that these musicians were going to let you out of their store without first giving you lessons on how to play their pipes and keys?