Our next goal is to expose her to music. Besides, singing I think she would love to learn how to play the piano. I can see her on a used Steinway playing a song for me already. It could be my imagination, but most people I know who have children taking piano lessons have used Steinway. The lessons are one thing, but learning piano takes practice, and one needs to have a piano in the home. Also, because piano lessons are usually done in the student’s home or the teacher’s home, it is easier if the student does have a piano in the house.
It would be too bold to presume that your kids will stick to piano lessons before they even try. Therefore, buying a new piano isn't the smartest thing to do. Moreover, we are not even sure if Trinity will like this activity. I also learned that we can rent to own. The program has reasonable options that helps secure the current price. The payment ranges from $39.00 to $99.00, so that one can choose a plan that best fit their budget. It is a nice alternative to coming up with the full payment at once.
Here are Self Sagacity's Thursday Two Questions #108
1) Have you or anyone you know taken piano lessons? the only person I know is my niece. 2) Did they have a piano in their home? yes, she have used Steinway
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