Por qual razao has musica e important tao?

25 July 2012 | In Trivia | 314 views | By

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imagesThere is an undeniable and strong correlation between education of music and the development das habilitações that children need to become successful in life.Self-discipline, patience, sensitivity, coordination and capacity of coordination and concentration are valued with the study of music.

  • The study of music as well appreciates teamwork;
  • The music provides an important mode of personal expression;
  • The practice of music teaches students the overcome fear and take risks;
  • The study of music encourages self-discipline and diligence;
  • Improves the brain development;
  • Increases the motor skills;
  • Improves and increases the ability to memorization;
    • The song is recognized by many researchers as a kind of mode develops the human mind;
    • According to studies conducted by German researchers, people who analyze musical tones exhibit area of the brain 25% greater compared to those who do not develop work with music, as well as those who have studied the musical notes and rhythmic divisions, they obtained notes 100% larger than the other colleagues for a given math content.


  • Some musicians have absolute pitch, This is, are able to identify a single pure tone, coisa que nós other não conseguimos;
  • Conductors have a perception of spatial location of sounds above average of the common people.
  • There are musicians who can play some 2 1000 notes per minute;

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