Poll - Do you play another instrument except Kalimba?
Hello Dears! 🙂
I would rly like to know more about you all!
Do you play another instrument except Kalimba?
I played one type of Flute long time and had appearances every week as a child 🙂 I rly loved it but it was too hard after years with school and stuff.. Sadlya. But I still play it sometimes. But not as good sadly..
And what's your music history??? 😀
@Aslya - I took the liberty to add "Poll - " to the subject, so people in the community know that this thread is a voting thread 🙂
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I play ukulele and electric guitar! I also played violin for a few years in middle school, been it’s been a while so idk if that counts :p I think I’d be lost if I picked one up today.
I also have a six hole ocarina, but I’m so bad at that I don’t know if it counts as playing 😂😅
Got into guitar because my mom has one she doesn’t play (for small hands even!), most of the rest of them I just found interesting and decided what the heck 🙂
ich hab mit Flöte angefangen, dann kamen Klavier & Keyboard, Zither, Whistle, Akkordeon.
Versagt habe ich bei der Gitarre. DIe spielt jetzt meine Tochter.
Jetzt sind seit über einem Jahr die Kalimba & die Tongue Drum meine Spielzeuge.
Liebe Grüße von Saskia
Das ist ja eine richtig lange Liste! Richtig schön 🙂
Zither finde ich wundervoll. Da gibt es auch so schöne Lieder... ❤️ Denke mal gar nicht leicht da Lehrer zu finden. Hast du dir das selbst beigebracht? Ist ja doch etwas ungewöhnlicher 🙂
Tongue Drum habe ich noch gar nicht wirklich "verfolgt", höchstens mal zwei Videos gesehen. Muss ich mal ändern.Wirkt schon interessant, wenn man es so sieht 😌
@aslya I mostly learned guitar and ukulele from internet tutorials! I think violin helped with learning finger positions, especially with ukulele (The two are surprisingly similar - same general shape, key, and the same number of strings. There’s even a violin position I was taught where you hold the violin like a ukulele and pluck the individual chords with your fingers). Honestly, a lot of it has been looking up chords I don’t know whenever I come across them and adding them to my repertoire.
Guitar has been a bit trickier, because there’s so many strings to pay attention to and also I have very weak fingers 😅 so I’m not that good at it still, but been it’s been fun and that’s all that matters to me. 🙂
I hope you get the chance to learn violin some day! I get that though, I feel similarly about flutes - they’re such cool instruments and they sound so pretty! But time >>
Cool! I would love to learn from internet tutorials how to play violin. But I need that instrument first and I hate buying 'bad quality'... And I can't afford money for an instrument I may never be able to play 🤣 Maybe maybe someday I will just take real lessons (where you don't need your own instrument at first) and then switch... *think think*
Chords could be my first step... Flute is so far back and we didn't learn to play chords that time. More by hearing and tablatures. Bad for me now but easier then as a kid. And we all had to learn just around 130 songs by memory and that worked good 🙂 But after a break for around 10 years I didn't remember all the melodies... so I can't play every song anymore. (even with the 'notes') But my fav songs I can still play and that is enough 😍
Rly nice of you, thank you! Hopefully we all have enough time to learn as much as we want in our lifes 😊
I started learning to play steel tongue drum. I play bandurria, a little bit of guitar, and a little bit of ukulele.
@ynasworld I had to google Bandurria. How cute 🙂 Such a variety 😍
@saskia Toll, wenn man durch ein Instrument, das man lernt, auch leichter andere lernen kann 🙂 Solche Ähnlichkeiten sind natürlich super praktisch.
@bella-cataline A little? How little? Like a little keyboard? 🙂 Sounds interesting too (and cute 🤭)