Playing an instrument makes you smarter. University studies suggest that children who are exposed to music or those who play an instrument do better in school than those who do not. According to research, exposure to music may benefit academic achievement in math, science, language arts and standardized test performance.
Playing an instrument creates a sense of achievement. You learn goal setting skills. When you achieve your goal, whether it’s learning a simply scale or complex concerto, there’s a sense of accomplishment for a job well done.
Playing an instrument teaches discpline. Whether your new to playing or learning to master your instrument playing; it takes time, patience, and consistency. You learn to set time each day for regular practice.
Playing an instrument may help to relieve stress. Life has many stressors. Music is one of life’s simple joys; it may help to calm the mind, body and spirit.
Playing an instrument is FUN! Music is a wonderful gift to share with family and friends. It can open up a lot of good possibilities, that will help to enrich your life.
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