“The auditory system is stimulated by music,” said Assal Habibi, lead author of the BCI study. “The system is also engaged in general sound processing that is fundamental to language development, reading skills and successful communication. “
So, in other words, Luciano Pavarotti was quite right when he said:
Music accelerates the development of children’s brains:
# 1 – A bigger brain
Researchers at the Israel Deaconess Beth Medical Center in Boston found that in adults who had received music training, the cerebellum – the part of the brain that contains 70% of the neurons – was 5% larger.
Previous studies have shown that a bigger brain is a clear indicator of intelligence!
# 2 – Improved performance at school
# 3 – Improved Progression
Throughout the early stages of learning music, improvements are making giant strides.
One day, a child picks up an instrument and has no idea what he is doing. A week later, they may indicate some notes. A month later, he can create a harmony with these few notes.
And so the journey of discovery begins, triggered by a few simple notes.
# 4 – Increased self-confidence
The ups and downs can really weigh heavily on a child.
Making even small music projects (such as learning a song) works great for boosting morale.
“Not only do children become appreciators of each other’s work, but they also develop the skills of self-reflection in the effort to bring their personal vision to maturity,” said Dory Kanter.
Did you have a musical education growing up? What impact does it have on you?
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