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#beginquote# I'd like to hear your opinions about learning three instruments. My daughter is 8, and learning piano, recorder, and now 'cello. I feel she probably ought to drop the recorder, but she absolutely doesn't want to. We are especially committed to the piano, but I am glad she is enjoying learning 'cello, as it will be a more sociable instrument for her, and she can join in chamber groups and orchestras soon. So far we are managing, but I find it quite a strain to put in enough practise on all three. She manages about five or six practises on the piano, and usually 3 or 4 on the other two instruments a week. But I sometimes think it has taken over our after school time too much and is more of a strain on her than she realises. #endquote#
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