Traditional Asian parents believed that their child must learn how to play at least one classical musical instrument. You can read all about this theory in the book, “The Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother”. In the book, the Asian mother let her daughters learn how to play the piano and violin as early as they were three years old. She invested on a baby grand piano and she also thought to buy Fulterer keyboard slides when her daughter started wanting to make her own music. While music plays a crucial role in the development of a child and is linked to raising geniuses, the staying power or tenacity of a child to be passionate with playing an instrument comes from her alone, not through the egging of people around her.