Top 5 Music Instruments of 2017

By on March 17, 2017
Music Instruments

When it comes to music, every musician knows it’s all about the instrument and the quality of it. People might need different music instruments at different stages of their learning or professional careers. Over the long history of music, instruments have evolved from the very historic variations of beat drums to the much more advanced electronic guitars. The modern patters of music and advancements in the way people take music lessons have enabled multi instrument talents in individuals who are able to play many instruments with equal fluency. We even commonly see at concerts or music performances all over the world the same person is one moment playing drums and the next moment jumps from their seat and start entertaining with a Traditional Irish Flute.Moreover music instrument playing is a growing trend among kids as well these days, seven out of ten children in the UK (69%) say they currently play some kind of a music instrument. If you are wondering on what are the top 5 instruments for the modern day, here’s what we think about it.

1: Electric Guitar

When a discussion is initiated on stringed Music Instruments, probably the first one that comes to most people’s minds is the Electric Guitar. It was reportedly invented in the early 1930’s and is a variation of the Guitar and uses a pick-up to convert vibrations of its usually metallic strings generated by the guitarist when strumming, plucking or finger-picking the strings. The classic or usual electric guitar historically has had 6 strings but variations of it depending on the requirement and style of the guitarist can have up to 12 strings as well. Learning the Electric Guitar for kids has advantages like helping creativity and rhythm and also improves their concentration levels and memory skills. Various styles of music can be produced by the Electric Guitar like Jazz, Blues, Metal, Funk, Soul and Rock. All of these styles are very famous in their own individual rights.

2: Keyboard

Also known as the Electronic Piano. Keyboards have many special traits that make them very versatile and unique and they require very low maintenance as well. Younger people prefer them greatly and provide outstanding recording and changing performance opportunities. The keyboard is different from the traditional piano in many ways including size and portability, the sound from the keyboard is produced electronically while in the traditional piano it is produced mechanically. Keyboard may lack the finely tuned sound output of the piano but makes it up in portability and ease of use sections. Keyboard also helps children with memory skills and concentration skills as well as being portable relates to their motor skills as well. Keyboards depending on their models also have the ability to support a ‘foot switch’ also referred to as the ‘sustain pedal’.

3: Drums

This is where the whole concept of music started. The drum is the percussion and was the primal music instrument because of its ease of use. All our ancestors needed to do was beat on it in order to get the sound output. Drums exist in a wide variety of shapes and sizes and can also be customized according to specific needs of the drummer. Different tools known as beaters are used to strike them, these tools can be wooden sticks, wire brushes, wooden sticks with cloth or cotton head or in some cases even bare hands. Adding to that some drums also offer tenability features and product sound from the vibration of the stretched membrane also called the head of the drum. The head of the drum covers one or both ends of a hollow from the middle body also referred to as the shell. Drums enhance coordination, rhythm, concentration, memory, motor skills and self-confidence in people of all ages. The material choices and design patters might have changed over the years but the basic shape has stayed the same more or less over the long history.

4: Violin

Another form of fine stringed music instrument is the Violin. It is also the smallest in size and highest-pitched stringed instrument out there. Typical violin is quad-stringed and a bow sliding across its strings generates the high-pitched sound. Very well know music genres including country, jazz, folk and jazz all utilize the violin to great effect and violinists are in great demand and has been like this for many decades. Learning Violin improves concentration, discipline and coordination. Opposite to common belief violin is actually a very complex instruments requiring more than 70 different pieces of wood in the manufacture process of it.

5: Traditional Irish Flute

The flute belongs to the woodwind type of instruments and sound is produced from its openings when air passes through them at different pressures and speeds. Various holes in the body are used to change the pitch of the sound by either opening or closing them. The Traditional Irish Flute is a great instrument for new learners and experts at the same time. Experts in the Traditional Irish Flute are able to generate great tunes and sounds from it while learners can adapt to their own particular type of usage and tunes. The Traditional Irish Flute comes in various qualities of wood, further enhancing its sound output. Playing the Traditional Irish Flute is relaxing and improves concentration, coordination and self-discipline. The Traditional Irish Flute may sound very Irish but is used in many other countries of Europe and some Arab countries as well. The Traditional Irish Flute has many levels of ability that come from experience and skill.

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