Hadi Borhan, who is one of the musicians and musicians in the name of Iran, talks about the difficulty of playing and its skill and concentration.
Mr. Borhan, who has made the world of singing and playing with his abundant talents these days, talks about the difficulty of playing.
Mr. Borhan says that the majority of people have undoubtedly always enjoyed listening to musical instruments, but have you ever wondered what hardships a musician suffers from if the sound of the instrument is so pleasant?
The hardest instruments respectively
Classical guitar is one of the instruments that most young people are eager to learn, although playing the guitar requires a lot of practice and patience, and you have to practice for hours. Excessive practice of this instrument may cause burning and bruising on the fingertips. Left-handed fingering is very difficult, especially when you want to cut two or three pieces. To play the guitar with quality, your right hand must be very technically trained. Although learning the guitar may seem difficult, you will forget about it if you succeed in playing it.
It is difficult to play the piano because you have to move each of your hands plus your feet independently. While in other instruments you only read one line of the note, for the piano you have to read and play two different lines at the same time. Although this makes it difficult to learn the piano, it also doubles the fun of listening to the pieces. Learning digital piano is a little easier for beginners and it is also easier to prepare than acoustic piano.
The violin is known as the smallest string-bowed instrument.
Not only is it very difficult to get the violin right, but it also has no curtain separators to guide the fingers. It requires a lot of precision to be able to produce a happy sound. You have to be very careful to play the violin because a misplaced particle of the finger will cause the sound to flash.
This instrument requires a lot of concentration and you need daily and continuous exercises to play it.