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Let's start easily with the fine arts (15/05/21 21:20:12)
    "Historically, the five main fine arts were painting, sculpture, architecture, music, and poetry, with performing arts including theatre and dance.[2] In practice, outside education, the concept is typically only applied to the visual arts. The old master print and drawing were included as related forms to painting, just as prose forms of literature were to poetry. Today, the range of what would be considered fine arts (in so far as the term remains in use) commonly includes additional modern forms, such as film, photography, video production/editing, design, and conceptual art."
    (Wikipedia - fine arts)

    Martha Argerich - I read a little about her about 1964, when she was in her mid-twentiesand I was just a low-teen-ager.
    A few days ago I saw her on TV, playing a Beethoven piano concerto. Breathtaking - at 80 years.

    She showed her talent before she was three, and her parents understood enough to put her into formal training at three. The rest is history.
    So you might wish to look at the Wikipedia article.

    So if there is talent, it could be a good idea to start early. But will there be afuture market for musicians twenty to eighty years from now? No bets. I'm too old.

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Let's start easily with the fine arts