Is Law school anyone's life long dream? If you went to a law school and asked any 1L if they wanted to go to law school when they were 10 years old, what do you think they would say?
And I think Music prepares your for law school more than any other undergraduate major. Learning Music Theory ( a new language like the one you'll learn in law school), analyzing complex pieces of Classical Music for every chord and progression and then learning why that particular piece of music was important (case briefing), the research, practice, and finally high stress performance of ever challenging material while trying to convince the audience that your interpretation is perfect and flawless (ring any bells?)
and think of YOUR undergraduate years. Were you doing 6 hours of homework excluding time in class and doing class assignments, 6 days a week (5 hours of practicing, 1-2 hours of piano and ear training practice) That's expected of a music major every week for all of their four-five years and these above times are not unusual or uncommon.
I am by no means trying to brag about my UG years or trying to sell myself as hard core. I'm just arguing that a music major prepares you for the stresses, expectations, and pure work of law school. So even if I majored in music, it does not mean that doing music as a sole source of income is my dream. I'd really like to go into family law to be honest.
and I'm from the Northwest and like to stay on the West coast or in the Midwest.