What instument(s) would you love to learn how to play?
For me it's the drums (for those stress release moments), the guitar (so I can always have accompaniment no matter where I am), and the harp (just because it is so beautiful! Both to look at and to hear.) <img src="/images/graemlins/music.gif" alt="" /> <img src="/images/graemlins/music.gif" alt="" /> <img src="/images/graemlins/music.gif" alt="" />
Oh, I love jazz. I would adore to be able to sing jazz, and play jazz piano - I'm incredibly lucky to have a very talented father-in-law who is a jazz pianist. Unfortunately he is in another country, so I don't get to hear him that often. But after growing up with very little music as part of our homelife, it's just amazing to settle in for a live jazz session after dinner at their place. Very soothing.
Cello...I already play violin and viola but I just don't think I could pick up cello; it's just too different.
As well, piano. I'm not sure I could pick up playing with two hands and reading music in two different keys.
And I have to agree it'd be sort of fun to play the pipes, in part because women so seldom do so. However, when it came to the Celtic Arts group I joined, I decided I'd rather learn to dance than pipe, so so much for that. <img src="/images/graemlins/smile.gif" alt="" />