I agree with King24 and rainbow dolphin, Singing is different to everyone, and I tryed playing a flute (I was one of the only boys to try to play one...) and in the end, I ended up quiting Band and selling my flute back. FLUTES ARE TORTURE!
The flute is I guess one of the hardest instruments to play because you have to put your mouth in a certain way to make the sound come out, aslo, you don't get to look at the notes, but I still love playing it!(;
Every instrument is hard play the instrument that you love most, an instrument you know that you'll wont give up learning, no matter how hard it could be And how hard it is, depends on your teacher, what stage your at , it depends on you
Oboe or violin. Oboe is definitely the hardest wind instrument and violin is definitely the hardest string instrument. I had a violin teacher from Russia and she said "In America the hardest instrument to play is the oboe. But in Russia the violin is the hardest instrument to play." I lean towards violin not just because I play it but if you think about it all you have to do with the oboe is learn the fingerings and the breath....(which does take a long time to get right). In violin you have to learn a lot of different fingerings and and they do not have keys you have to learn how to put your fingers on in the correct place. Violin also just has a lot of music written for it. (more than oboe). But it is a still a matter of opinion.
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the french horn is easy, i've played it for 4 years and it is just like playing the trumpet which i played before that. i think the hardest instrument to play is either the bagpipes or the theremin. i have also played piano for 13 years along with drums and trombone and i think they are all really easy.
There's a couple ways to handle this situation; the hardest instrument to just play (make a proper noise with) Is definitely the bagpipes. Even after months of practice I still couldn't even work all the complex arm and mouth mechanics required to play the full instrument. The piano, on the other hand, is dementedly easy to play - press one key, and, hey look,sound. Of course, playing something like Death Waltz would take years of practice - and still, you'd have to have at least 2 or 3 players.
Still however, the bagpipes definitely the hardest - not any instrument can really stand up to the insane difficulty of the pipes - listen to The Hellhound train by the Victoria police pipe band. If you think the note structure is complex, think of all the subtle gracenotes, birls, grips, doublings, d throws, strikes, and more - all while still somehow managing to keep your pipes solidly playing throughout the whole song.