Over the years I’ve enjoyed using a Baby Grand Piano as I feel it perfectly compliments my playing style. Many people have an image of the large oversized Grand Piano taking up a huge section of room, but this really is not the case at all. With children as well, this can be especially practical when looking for the space to allow them to learn upon a less imposing instrument.
Music has been an inspiration for me over the years, getting me through thick and thin. I may not be a maestro, but I feel this has helped me cope and give me the peace of mind I need in my day-to-day life. Plus, I just enjoy playing to put it quite simply.
Not all homes can cater to the traditional Grand Piano in all its glory though, especially if there’s children running around. That is why the Baby Grand Piano is a more convenient instrument for you to teach your kids the joys of music. Learning music can be a great way of engaging a developing mind, and what better way than with the simple elegance of the piano? As soon as an infant begins to develop, their first initial memories are formed through their interaction with music and how it sounds. This is why getting them involved with it can be great for their mental progress.
My first piano was a small digital piano, which I slowly progressed from onto the heavier pianos as I began to develop an affinity for this wonderful instrument. The way it sounded would allow me to get lost in its intricate and rich tapestries that it created. With this in mind, buying the first piano for a child should be a momentous occasion as they will remember it for the rest of their life.
Setting up a Baby Grand Piano was never difficult either as it was much quicker and easier to construct than expected. It was simple to move around as well, as we would take it from one room to another whilst I was growing up. All you had to do was take it wherever you wanted it that was most convenient at the time, as long as I wasn’t getting in anybodies way.
Educating yourself into the world of music builds better and more stable individuals who are confident in themselves and their creativity. Learning about art and culture can benefit everyone, no matter where you come from, as it’s a universal language. Whatever background you come from, anybody can appreciate music regardless of their nationality. Giving life and form to the world around us it can transport us to far-off places without ever having to leave the room.
We can all remember that first time we interacted with music from the music our parents played, to the music we started enjoying ourselves during our adolescence. It can guide us through our lives, from childhood to old age. That is why getting a head-start when we are young can be hugely beneficial and this is why I am forever grateful for the start that the Baby Grand Piano gave me in my life as I entered into the world of music. What are your earliest memories of music and why are they special to you at this stage in your life?