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Essay 10:

and Dissimilarities between Pianos and Electronic Keyboards

Human begins have shared their beliefs with the state-of-the-art musical instruments since the dawn of invention of the instruments. The pianos as one of the most common keyboard musical instruments and electronic keyboards have their dissimilarities and similarities, which will be juxtaposed by analysing the both sides.
are found in the quality of sound and portability. Electronic keyboards use sampling to produce sounds. They use a recorded and/or electronically produced sound to give their audience more various sounds. The unfortunate part of this is that a listener loses the acoustic qualities on an acoustic . The electric keyboards do not have weighted keys because of their electronic functions, while the pianos produce some sounds through mechanical actions that naturally occur in acoustic pianos. In addition, keyboards are, literally handy, portable by comparison with elephant-sized pianos. Similarities, however, rely upon the same age range in learning and acquired abilities. Typically, ranging in age from 7 to 15 years is the best time to learn the and other instruments. Besides, composing some pieces of music is the best motivator that can fortify some abilities, namely listening meticulously and organizing the mind in a calm and tranquil atmosphere rhythmically.
The majority of people think that the keyboard is the same as the piano, but that is not true. They have so many differences in comparison with each other, such as the sensitivities of the keys touch, the ranges of notes and the variety of sounds.
First, I should mention that the piano has heavy keys which players can have a better control on the sounds with them furthermore, they can strengthen their fingers, however, the keyboard has small and plastic keys that it means they are so soft to play. Besides these, the keyboard has fewer ranges of notes than piano. Precisely, it has 66 to 75 white keys but the piano has 88 ones. On the other hands, the variety of sound colors for the keyboard is a lot more than the piano, such as strings and guitar.in addition, you have the ability to play every kind of musical style on that, for instance, rock, jazz, etc. On the whole, if you want to choose between them, you have to select the one that suits your purpose the most.
The history of the piano goes back about three hundred years ago. Over the years, musicians’ keen interests in this instrument induced the invention of the keyboard which approximates to the piano. Despite similar appearances, the piano and the keyboard have enormous differences, and this essay deals with the similarities and differences.
There is a world of difference between these instruments . First and foremost, unlike the piano, the keyboard is a digital instrument, and access to the electricity is a sine qua non for playing this instrument. To illustrate, the keyboard has enormous recorded sounds that can be played by pushing the keys. However, the piano has a lot of strings which are hit by a hammer to make music, and it functions mechanically. Apart from that, The piano is capable of generating a wider frequency range and as a result, it has a better potential to make different varieties of harmonies compared to the keyboard. To be more specific, the piano has 88 notes, but a typical keyboard today has only 61 or 76 notes. Turning to the similarities, the piano and the keyboard have similar appearances, and both of them can be played by taking advantage of some keys. Besides that, the piano and the keyboard can make brilliant music which conveys conceptual messages to listeners.

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    Dr. Hariri

    Would you rather be happy yet slow-witted and unimaginative, or unhappy yet bright and creative? For instance, would you rather live the life of a brilliant yet tortured artist, such as Vincent van Gogh, or that of a happy but carefree soul who is a bit simple-minded?

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    I prefer to challenge this question at first and bring up my viewpoint next.
    There are different successful people in the world who reached the apex through different procedures. Although some have faced torture to reach their goals, it does not mean we have to necessarily lose something in our life to climb the ladder of success. Anyway, I suppose the most enjoyable part of life is making progress and relying on your abilities to flourish and thrive. So, I personally go for intelligence and innovation rather than happiness along with naivety. Many people have lived an ordinary life so far and repeating this story can never excite me at all. We need to gain new adventurous experiences and foster our abilities so as to break out of comfort zone.

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