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#beginquote# Well as far as age is concerned I do agree with Pete about starting at around 5. I started playing around on the piano at I believe the age of 2 or 3, but I took my first lesson when I was 5. It's good if they have a role model around the house that can play piano or whatever instrument you or they choose. I had my mom, and I was really interested when she would play and I would try to copy her. Now I'm really interested in music. I started piano lessons when I was 5, trumpet lessons at 9, and guitar lessons at 12. Now I'm starting to teach myself becuz it seems like everytime I take a lesson the teacher always assumes to start me out with square one "What a note is" So now I'm teaching myself saxophone, clarinet, and later drums. At my age of 14 I feel glad that my parents started me with music at a young age. Starting music at a young age gives them a chance of learning more and more about music later in life if they stay interested. > Trumpets rule < *Saxophones are OK* Bandito for life #endquote#
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