There is something about couples who play music together. You wonder how they can stay together and remain so compatible and interesting even in a world where there is so much divide, envy, and demands. The truth is that music being played together has a way of enlivening the relationship. When you play music together, you have a real chance of staying together.
1. Music makes magic and fun when you are together
Music makes you alive when you are together. You can experience the fun side of the world and laugh over the insanely distracting nuances that could spoil all that fun.
2. Music is an identity that stays with you forever
People change, that’s what many believe. And circumstances could trigger that change. But love for the music is always there for couples who play music together. They find out that there is something that bonds them together through youth and into old age.
3. They are honest about who they are
A guitarist is always a guitarist. A pianist is always a pianist. You get what you are in it for. As a musician, you might start to recognize certain personality types were associated with specific instruments. This keeps your relationship calm and strong.
4. They can maintain a sense of humor
There is never perfection with making music together. It is always a learning process and one of growth and discovery. You tend to laugh over your mistakes together and grow through those challenges that come.
5. They are solid
There is solidity with playing music together. You have someone who holds your back and you can rely on with the music and with life. You sort of complement each other with every sound you make and this is thrilling.
6. They respect each other
You can respect the other person’s skill and proficiency, and the other person respects yours. In the relationship you both have something you are bringing to the table. You are not independent; rather you can depend on the other person at certain times.
7. They travel together
They don’t wait for the other person rather they experience incredible moments with the other person. They can travel to play their music in new locations and have new experiences. It’s common to see musicians have the travel bug — why not share it with someone you love.
8. They set goals together
Reaching new grounds in music is easier when you have someone at your side who understands the concept and is ready to support you all the way and make those hours of practice count. Your partner can encourage you musically and in other aspects of like that requires goal-setting.
9. They understand each other
They do know what the sweat and pain of practicing on the chords of a guitar or a piano means. They do not have to spend hours explaining to their significant other what this means.
10. They can relax together
It is not just about them. They could listen to other people’s music and enjoy such moments together. They talk about other people’s strengths and flaws. These conversation points are exciting because they relate back to what you both love.
11. They are not jealous of each other
They know that there is no point in trying to envy the other. Musicians simply have to help each other overcome their hurdles and bring them out of their holes. They do not just help with the music, something they can connect with very well, they also provide emotional support.
12. They could heal with their music
There are difficult times in the relationship, but somehow they can heal through this period because they have a connecting force in the music they play together. They can heal together through their music.
13. They can value each others opinion
They are the best critic of their works. Others may criticize them for what they do. However, because of the honesty and respect between them, they can value each others opinion on the music they play.
14. They can tolerate each other
Even when they try to be perfectionists or make their music sound perfect, there will be mistakes. They can tolerate each other however because they see the other person for his or her strengths rather than their weaknesses.