Should i quit the piano?

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  • Should i quit the piano?


Answer #1 | 05/01 2014 12:51
Well I in the seventh grade too and I use to play piano and have lessons in the second grade. At first I liked it, but use to hate practicing so I asked my parents if I can quit too. They won't agree with you at first they might like you just wasted their money on just quitting. So I suggest instead of quitting just switch over to another instrument. That's what I did and my parents liked that a lot more. And I think you shouldn't do what you don't want to do. Then you will never enjoy what you want to do. But playing an instrument can get you into a better college
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Answer #2 | 05/01 2014 12:50
Hey, I think your parents have a point. Just so you know that I'm not one of the inexperienced adults who regret not taking the piano lessons you mentioned, I am only a freshman in high school, and I am first chair trombone, I play some french horn, guitar, drums, and piano. If you really hate piano that much, and your parents won't let you quit, than you will just have to put up with it, and I have some suggestions. If you are just listening to your instructor and doing what he/she says I understand it could get really boring really fast. If you take what he/she teaches you and experiment with it and try and create things with it and then show it to your instructor, it might make it more of an enjoyable experience, and it might even get you excited to show him what you made for the next lesson. Try this first, and if you still dread it as much as you say, maybe piano just isn't for you. I believe the reason your parents wont let go of piano is because they want you to learn music. If this is the case, try and convince them to let you learn another instrument that you enjoy more, instead of just telling them to let you quit. Hope it all works out for you!
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