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Playing an instrument isn’t easy to begin with, but these instruments will really test your patience! Welcome to WatchMojo.com. Today we’ll be taking a look at our picks for the top 10 Hardest Instruments to Learn. From Harp, Guitar, Piano, Accordion and Drums to Oboe, Violin, French Horn, theremin and bagpipes, these instruments are all incredible musical tools - but only if you know how to use them! Did your favorite instrument appear in this list? Let us know in the comments.
00:24 #10: Drums
01:17 #9: Pipe Organ
02:05 #8: Accordion
02:54 #7: Oboe
03:35 #6: Guitar
04:47 #5: Piano
05:42 #4: Harp
06:34 #3, #2 & #1: ????
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Hey everyone! Wanna know a thing? Piano îs harder than organ, because at piano You can play very fast and at organ You can play just very slow. Organ, looks harder than piano, but If You look closely You will be shocked of answer.
Bye the way, It says that he is his opinion and we need to respect It, because It takes hours to do a video like this.
I don't agree with this. The organ is by far the hardest instrument to play. And you say it's the violin?😅 That's laughable. I'd even put drums above the violin. But the organ is the toughest to learn. Then probably bagpipes
We in Austria have a "special version" of the akkordion with buttons on both sides they may be quite simmilar but i even knowing this instrument struggled to learn the conventional akkordion where as my brother learned my variant pretty easily with his knowledge of the conventional akkordion
#3, I'm surprised you didn't include The Dropkick Murphys or AC/DC (with "It's A Long Way To The Top If You Wanna Rock n' Roll"). One of hardest things of "It's A Long Way To The Top" for AC/DC was synchronising the bagpipes-playing of the late Bon Scott with the guitar-playing of Angus Young.
Plus, with the woodwinds like oboe or clarinet, your fingers have to be nimble and accurate and you have to keep blowing without looking down at where your fingers are. Unfortunately, my fingers aren't accurate on guitar: "Dance of the Sugarplum Fairy" on clarinet, yes, but the "Peter Gunn" theme on guitar, no. I played clarinet for 6 years and did Jazz Band too in junior high.
right, first of all: the first song I learned to play was ‘Welcome to the black parade’ and that was because I was bored at 3 am, no knowledge about a piano, I had garage band and I was bored, and I learned that song in one night.
Piano isn’t that hard unless it’s like those videos where you need a computer.
List (i include my instruments no body knows about) ;)
5. Piano. (How??!!)
2. French horn
1. Violin. (Again how??!!)
- Honerable (not) mentions -
12. Bass Guitar
My instruments no one cares about
Instruments you probbably have never heard (one of them is in my last comment)
1. Hurdy gurdy
3. ¿Butt smacking?
5. Musical Tesla coil
6. Glass harmonica
8. Marble machine (swedish machine)
9. Laser Harp
10 Earth harp (the biggest instrument in the world)
12. Hand pan
13. Glardaflork (i made this instrument and no one knows what it looks like XD)
No no no the Hurdy Gurdy is the hardest! (A hurdy gurdy is an instruments that is both percussion and string it is played with buttons and a knob that is used as a bow and a loose opening that is used to create back noise and in the old times it was so big it was played by 2 people)
I played both the oboe and violin the oboe is fat harder to play than the violin and French horn# 2 wtf a kid in band played that after switching from a sax and played near perfect after a few months and don’t get me fucking started on the piano and organ
I'm a stringed instrument player. Guitar is the easiest stringed instrument in existence. It's so easy it's crazy. My main instrument is Bluegrass Banjo which is in my opinion the hardest instrument to go from a beginner stage to an intermediate stage
I play French horn it is one of the most difficult now let me explain before you guys bash me I know it has 3 rotors BUUUT getting sound out isn’t that hard but making it sound good is and you have a wide range from very low notes to very high notes since it is alto so you have to use a lot of muscles in your face mostly mouth area though
I truly think trombone is overlooked way more than it should be. I mean, sure french horns and trumpets and other high pitched instruments get a lot of the spotlight due to their melodious and recognizable sounds but seriously trombone is just as hard, if not harder to master than other high pitched instruments. We have frickin slides. We have to remember various slide positions to make different notes and some slide positions, especially 5th position, are extremely hard to pinpoint. Trombone is pretty much a big tuning slide capable of playing really low or really high notes and without the right slide positions and lung capacity, you won't be able to play shit. The trombones in my band are not the best and its not because they dont try. It's because they have trouble remembering the slide positions and playing the high notes that trombones often find themselves playing. I'm not saying other high pitched instruments aren't great. Nor am I saying their instruments are easy either but I just wish trombones as well as low brass instruments like euphonium (baritone) would have more prestigious and important roles in the orchestra as a whole.
I’m in eighth grade and I didn’t really wanna play oboe bc I play clarinet and I was forced to basically lol and I’ve only practiced for like a month and I have a concert in like two weeks but every day I get significantly better
The way you described them and by my experience with a few heres how I would rank them .
04. pipe organ
02. fench horn
you put the violin in the list but u never mentioned viola, cello, or even bass. I kinda got offended by that because i play viola which it a lot like the violin but its just bigger. You hold and play it the same way it just has different notes and sound. And the cello and bass are equally as hard. The moment you star playing the bass your already shifting
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