Musical instruments increasingly are designed for beginners. A typical software suite makes it easy to make decent music by tapping a few buttons more or less in time.
Classical instruments aren't designed for beginners, because they weren't designed at all - they evolved from crude and simple historical originals.
But they're a subset of music as a whole.
Arguably the problem is that computer languages are NOT designed for anyone. This is why so many software products and services are significantly broken so much of the time - to an extent that would be ridiculous and completely unacceptable for hardware objects.
I don't see a problem with at least exploring new language models that have roots in perceptual psychology instead of in hardware design.