Piano A worthy tool for your child
Most parents are not limited to a comprehensive school for their child. Someone takes their to the pool, someone to dance, and quite often parents consider it very important for their children to stage in their development - playing music. This can be vocals, string instruments (violin, cello), wind instruments (flute, saxophone, trumpet), folk (domra, balalaika, button accordion), and, of course, piano. And if your choice fell on the latter, then one way or another you will need to buy a tool.
You often hear the following question: “What is the difference between a piano and a piano?” One might as well ask how the furniture differs from a chair. Piano is the general name of two keyboard instruments - the piano and the piano, just like furniture includes chairs, tables, cabinets ... So the piano is an instrument whose strings are stretched vertically and horizontally at the piano. As a result, the piano takes up much more space, and most often it can only be seen in concert halls. The piano, we often see visiting friends, leaning against the wall. The sound of the piano is quieter than the piano, and it takes up much less space, so the piano is definitely the best for home.
So, for sure everyone wants music lessons to bring joy to your child. The sense of musical rhythm is better to instill in a child from an early age! One of the important conditions in relations with music is the instrument. Open a newspaper or website with ads for the sale of various tools. Usually, there are a lot of offers of pianos by Soviet manufacturers: “Lyric”, “Nocturne”, “Dawn”, “Accord”, “Red October”, “Elegy”. They are offered at very low prices, or even give away for free. Soviet second-hand instruments usually do not hold the line, they have uneven keystrokes, and the sound itself can usually not be called pleasant. It sometimes happens that it’s worthwhile, but rather rare, but that it’s definitely not worth taking it for nothing.
It is better to pay attention to such brands as “Petrof”, “Weinbach”, “Ronisch”, “Bechstein”, “W. Hoffmann, Zimmermann. All of them are already much more expensive, and if you buy a new tool, it will cost at least two hundred - three hundred thousand rubles. But it’s not uncommon to sell used ones. For example, Petroff - Czech instruments, of good quality and almost always in good condition - if used, then you can buy from forty thousand. Or Ronisch - excellent German-made tools. In the end, it’s better to look for used tools, but good manufacturers.
Now that you have chosen three or four announcements (you can even have more), you should definitely go see the piano. If you are at least some kind of musician, then it will be relatively easy for you to identify a good instrument from a bad one. If not, then try to look for friends who can tell you, and go with you. You can look for someone at a music school where your child will study, or even contact a school or private tuner. Most likely, the tuner will not work for free, but this is how you will most likely protect yourself from buying a “rattle pot”, which is likely to be in your house for more than one year.
Finally, you have decided on the purchase, time to think about the delivery and installation of the tool. On the issue of delivery there is no difficulty. There are many companies that carry heavy loads. But it is better to use companies specializing in the transportation of pianos and grand pianos, as not only the appearance of the instrument may suffer due to the unprofessional approach, but also damage to the mechanics themselves. As for the installation, problems should also not arise. Put where you want, of course against the wall, but preferably not next to the battery, because the piano starts to slide from heating and cooling. And do not forget to call the tuner once a year. At least once a year! Good luck in this is not a simple matter!