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10 Good reasons for learning a musical instrument

Posted on February 21, 2018

Music has always played a major role within human race. It is a strong reflection of our origins and history, and a powerful tool to express and inspire emotions, to connect with others. 1. Playing a Musical Instrument can increase your intelligence There are lots of studies showing a direct link between academic accomplishments and playing an instrument. Learning a musical instrument stimulates and strengthens certain sensors of the brain. In more detail, music training is believed to be far superior to computerRead More

How Playing Music benefits the Brain

Posted on February 21, 2018

How Playing Music benefits the Brain Playing music is the brains equivalent of a full body workout. Playing a musical instrument engages practically every area of the brain at once. Musicians may be able to solve problems more effectively and creatively, in academic and social settings. Musicians exhibit enhanced memory functions. The artistic and aesthetic aspects of learning to play a musical instrument are different from any other activity studied, including other arts. ———————————————————–  

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