Nashville, TN (PRWEB) February 28, 2013
WhoHasTheRemote.com strongly believes that musically gifted children should be encouraged to pursue their passion. Whether a child dreams of performing original material or writing songs for others, he or she should have the support of family and teachers. America has given rise to many young performers who have written hit songs that have touched millions of people, including country superstar Kelly Clarkson.
In 2005, “Because of You” became a huge hit for the American Idol winner. But as Yahoo/ABC News reports, the confessional ballad was initially given a cold reception by the top brass at Clarkson’s record label. Regardless of which side one believes in the Clarkson/Davis standoff, it all goes to emphasize just how emotional music can be for its creators.
As expressions of thought and extensions of energy, lyricism and musicianship are talents that are rare yet revered by the masses. While not everyone can write songs or play instruments, most people – regardless of age or genre preferences – enjoy watching others with special talents. When it comes to playing music, talents generally surface between childhood and adolescence.
Musicality can and should be encouraged among three and four-year-olds. If a child becomes proactive towards the muse, he or she might be headed in a musical direction. At this point, lessons and practice are in order to develop his or her unique musical gift.
There are various mediums through which kids can be encouraged to pursue music as either a hobby or profession, from classes and workshops to educational programs on satellite television. Other sources of inspiration can be found in documentaries and film biopics based on popular musicians. DVDs of The Buddy Holly Story, Lady Sings the Blues and The Glenn Miller Story are all great choices on evenings when parents watch movies with kids.
WhoHasTheRemote.com hopes to see more musically-inclined individuals pursue their passion. From instrumentalists to vocal performers, music has been one of the primary forces in popular entertainment throughout the ages.
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