You the music-maker
Whether you’re a profession musician, recreational drummer, or play a musical instrument with your mates for the weekend jam, you may say that the musical instrument you play is the most important instrument. But is it? Let’s delve deeper.
I’ll share with you my perspective on this. I stared drumming from an early age and as I got alder realized that I wanted to become a professional drummer – actually my ambition was to become a studio drummer. I would spend nearly every waking hour practicing this amazing instrument, if I wasn’t I was teaching drums. I loved drumming and at that time the discipline of a practice routine.
Take care of the instrument you’ve been given
By now you might get an idea by watching the video, that the most important instrument is you! You play a musical instrument, it’s your spirit, energy that is passed through the musical instrument. By taking time to look after our self we can live a life of enjoyment playing our musical instrument.
As a drum teacher and personal coach in this field, I have many discussions with clients on a work life balance. How we can transition through life challenges. Even after life changing illness there can be joy and deep sense of fulfillment.
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Thank you so much for taking the time to be here. If you like this post please leave a comment below and share by clicking the button at the bottom of this page, many good wishes, Peta.