This book is a useful guide for adult learners who are thinking of taking up a musical instrument for the first time or who want to pick up from where they left off as children. The author helps the reader to answer such questions as which instrument they should choose, the level of difficulty involved in learning and the likely costs. The book discusses the various benefits of taking up music for fun and general well-being. The author provides practical information about the most commonly taught instruments as well as some of the more unusual ones, and includes useful contact information to help readers to take their interest further. This book will help all aspiring musicians to make a truly informed choice.
Learning a Musical Instrument by Richard Crozier
About the author
Richard Crozier is an experienced music teacher who has worked as Head of Music in comprehensive schools and as an area co-ordinator and woodwind teacher with Avon Music Service. He has played and taught clarinet, and has also played saxophone or keyboards in many bands. Richard was Musical Director of the Edinburgh Fringe for two years and conductor of the Keynsham Orchestra.
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