I used to play piano when I was in grade school. I somewhat remember it. I mainly remember that it was pulling teeth trying to get me to read music. I much preferred to watch and listen to someone play and then I would just copy them. I did the whole whinny thing with my parents saying I was bored of it and didn’t want to play anymore. Well I’d give anything to know how to play it now that I’m an adult! I love hearing anything with piano. Any modern day rock band who incorporates piano has my heart won. Classical and hymnal tunes played by piano gets me going too. I love any sound track or sound score in general, but I especially love the ones with specific piano pieces. I think it’s such a wonderful skill/art.

I decided I’m going to take piano lessons as soon as I finish the current class I’m taking. Hopefully it will be like riding a bike, but I have a feeling learning how to read music isn’t going to be super easy. We’ll see.

Here are a few songs that I LOVE that have piano played in them. They aren’t piano solo pieces, but anytime I hear these songs, the piano stands out so much to me and I can imagine myself playing the piano when I hear these songs.



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2 Responses to "Sing us a song, you’re the piano man"…(woman)

  1. Diana says:

    That’s awesome you are learning. I love playing piano but I hate reading music, it’s like math to me!

  2. mrsrobaato says:

    Hey, Sarah. It’s never too late to learn to play an instrument! I started my harp when I was 31. I don’t think it’s as easy as it would be if I were 13. But the journey of learning to play is worth spending much time of your life. I love piano music, too. Here is my recommendation. There is an album of a collection of hymns by Paul Jones. It’s very mellow yet skillfully played. I adore it!

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