Piano Student Gifts

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Piano Student Gifts
Choose a musical gift for someone who takes piano lessons. (Jupiterimages/Brand X Pictures/Getty Images)

When someone devotes time each week to taking piano lessons and practicing playing, she likely feels passionate about her musical hobby. Consider choosing a gift that will go along with her piano. Many different gifts are perfect for the piano lover in your life.

Music Books

Consider choosing a selection of music books for the piano student in your life. If he is an advanced player who has already decided what his favourite music genre is, choose a few books of sheet music written by his favourite musicians. You could also look for sheet music books of current, popular radio tunes translated into piano sheet music. That way he can play his favourite songs from the radio on his piano.


Select some whimsical piano-related clothing for the piano lover in your life. For example, choose a scarf or a pair of socks with printed piano keys. You could also choose a T-shirt or another piece of clothing featuring a picture of a piano on it. Another idea is a piece of jewellery. For example, choose a pair of earrings or a necklace with a silver piano charm on them.


A person who is new to taking piano lessons can be greatly helped by the gift of a metronome. Metronomes are devices that produce regular, timed ticks. You can set the metronome to go as quickly or slowly as you want, depending on the piece of music you are playing. The metronome ticks along with you as you play your piano piece and helps you keep time. One of the most important parts of playing piano is keeping an even pace, so a metronome can help you make sure you stay on track.


Some people might start taking piano lessons without owning a piano. They might use a piano at school or at a neighbour's home. But when you become passionate about piano, it's nice to have one in your own home. Consider choosing a piano for the person who is taking lessons. Make sure you know that the person has space in her home for a piano before purchasing one. If you are unsure about choosing a large piano, select a keyboard that she can take off of its stand and place in a closet when she isn't using it.

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