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We already talked about how the introduction to the rhythmic world helps children to improve certain skills and now I would like to tell what kind of skills are those that make a percussionist or drummer an effective, intelligent and highly outgoing person through science.
In various publications it has been mentioned that people who keep pace in an assembly tend be smarter than the rest of the musicians. This is mainly because our brain uses the same areas to do mathematical operations as to calculate the defined time intervals. In other words, to take rhythm into account, our brain processes information in milliseconds, the more successful the time in our strokes, the better this process. In the words of Dr. Fredrik Ullén "We know that accuracy at the level of milliseconds in neuronal activity is essential for information processing and learning processes.".
This can be reviewed on the Karolinska Institutets and specifically in sciencedaily.com which is responsible for making scientific dissemination.
Being the percussionist at the base of the musical ensemble, he becomes a born leader, he is the one who conducts and on whom all the other musicians lean to interpret a symphony. Now let's imagine this in a work environment or in any teamwork, the drummer already has the strength of a leader.
An important quality of all musicians is the power to improvise, it is said that if you don't know how to improvise, you don't know how to compose, as far as percussionists are concerned, improvisation is the daily bread. You can play a song as you have done thousands of times or you can compose on the fly depending on the environment that is created. This quality is also super useful in daily life, such as knowing how to work under pressure and having results in the most crucial moments.
It is very likely that this kind of musician is developing both emissions of the brain since we coordinate left, right limbs and in turn develop independence, the left hand may be playing a rhythm while the right hand another as with the feet. Total control!
Finally, I will say that those drummers are not as delicate as someone who plays the violin or a saxophone since their instruments are made to hit (where appropriate). If you don't play with a certain energy you won't be able to get the sound out of your drum properly and it will sound weird, nothing nice. On the other hand, if we play safely we are facing the most rumbling and pleasant sounds of music.
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The bongos are a percussion instrument Afro-Cuban which consists of a couple of
Small open bottom drums of different sizes.
In Spanish, the biggest drum is called female (female)
and the smallest male (male).
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