Category: Musical Instruments

4 Reasons Why Playing a Musical Instrument is Good for Your Kid

Posted on February 9, 2017 in Musical Instruments

There are so many things to think about when considering have kids. Then when your little ones arrive, you’re even more inundated with information and choices. What, when and how are a daily – sometimes moment by moment, way of life when it comes to the highest and best for your children.

Studies show that one of the greatest gifts to give your kids is the sound of music. Kitchener moving company has relocated more drum sets and pianos than they can count. Why is learning about music so important in child development?


Three Instruments the Music World Doesn’t Want to Live Without

Posted on February 2, 2017 in Musical Instruments

Humans are ingenious when it comes to making music. From blowing on a reed of grass, or through a sheep’s horn to pounding on a hollow log – we’ve always found a way to express our natural rhythm.

What do you think makes an instrument popular? Is it the player or the instrument itself? After all, since music is everywhere and I propose, in everything, it’s a matter of coaxing it out for all to hear. It’s in the player. Good performers often elevate the quality of an instrument with their skill, talent and ability.

When you go to a concert you expect the artists will be playing with their favorite instruments to give their finest performance. Hiring a company like St Louis Limousine Services to bring in an enthusiastic audience doesn’t hurt the musicians’ chances either, but it’s more about how they deliver using the tools of their trade. (more…)

Our Earliest Instruments

Posted on January 26, 2017 in Musical Instruments

We take musical instruments for granted. We have never known a world without a drum, a horn or the sound of a mother humming to her baby. The human voice was the very first musical instrument, but was soon – in relative terms, followed by devices which more closely resemble the instruments of today.

Music is in everything if we stop and listen. For example, my cousin owns a 24 hour tow truck St Catharines ON and he has told me all about the different sounds the towing fleet makes when the various sized trucks are rumbling down the highway to help their next client. Another example that comes to mind, is of an old friend who owned a printing shop. As an amateur musician, he often found himself composing songs with a back rhythm of the churning beat of the printing press. The melodic beat set a tempo that developed into more than one of his musical compositions. Testimonies that music can be found anywhere.