Many people think that you have attained a lot higher age to take up and learn a musical instrument, whether it’s a piano or anything else. Yes, it might be challenging and stressful but if you can manage to dedicate proper time; it won’t be much of a hassle later. Your main obstacles are your negative thoughts, of being too old to try or to fail, so let’s go and the path will clear itself out for your will.
There are the reasons why you are never too old to start learning a piano:
- It keeps you healthy: Playing the piano requires a lot of movement of hands and fingers in coordination to produce a melodious music or tone. This way your muscles get enough exercise due to your practice. It helps you to retain your strength, keep your reflexes fast and active and your heart, healthy.
- Learning is Fun: When you start to learn, you might not be able to master everything which you see or is taught. It will take several attempts, practice and time. First, the new techniques that you learn will raise your interests if you really love the instrument. Secondly, when you master a particular skill or succeed in playing your a favorite cover song, it makes you happy, and thus, with every achievement, learning the next one becomes fun.
- Improves Your Memory and Thinking: While learning to play piano, you will be required to remember specific notes and decide which key to tap while playing to progress in the tone, in maybe less than a second. This improves your brain’s capability to think, to remember things and make quick decisions. The songs you’ll learn to cover, the more notes you will have to remember, isn’t it improving your memory?
- Discovering Something New: Every time you decide on trying to come up with new music to play, you learn something new. Every time you make mistakes while playing you rectify yourself and come up with a new idea for your next attempt. This helps you to discover newer tunes which you can create with the combination of different keys to get the tone what your musical ideas come up with.