easyclassicalplayer a écrit :
Have bigger aspiratons than you can handle in playing and buy things to justify that you will use it and work on it, namely music books. I have so many instruction books, I would say at least 150, and may have only gone through parts of a few of them.... sigh... I am not sure why I do this. I hear beautiful music, want to play it, then get the book for it, and never progress, either because it is too hard or I don't know how to follow it...
anyone else have this problem before or is it just me
Last weekend, I’ve encountered a similar situation in another field. Someone - I know very well - decided, many years ago (since he enjoyed lotsa spare time cuz he’s now retired) to involve himself in photography. So he bought a camera. Than another one, better. Then, a little after, the best possible in the world.
After that, he bought books. Then more books. He might have something like… 50 books
on the topic of digital photography!
Seems to be stuck into that preliminary level, so he’s asked for advice (I personally attended photography courses a long time ago and always been involved in that field). I simply told him to get lessons and undertake realistic objectives within some serious program, inasmuch as he’s got ALL the tools to do whatever he wants, right!?!
Seems that some people can do it by themselves.
I’m one of them guys. Took me a while to admit it, though.