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As we know, if it costs more work, practice and patience to learn an instrument has its benefits both in the neuronal field, as in the physical, social and emotional. Let's talk briefly about some points:
By practicing and trying to synchronize the fingers, feet, and at a certain rate, in addition to focusing on sounds and harmony, the anatomy of the brain develops and increases; It is more active.
By listening to music and practicing an instrument, it forces us to be more present and disconnect from any thought or emotion; it helps to be in the here and now where is the field of meeting oneself and; Music teaches us that everything changes, there are ups and downs, principles and ends, climax and that above all, it is transitory.
Music is a means of EXPRESSION, and that creates and reinforces the feeling of individuality and creating challenges and improving every day, feeling unique, creating, feeling better when you can get a song.
Playing an instrument increases the sense of openness; when opening to sounds, when flowing with musical harmony, it is also reflected with human relationships. In addition to having this ability shared with other people who practice the same or different instrument, creates links, and leaving aside social, economic differences and any social difference and having this in common, sharing music; it opens us as humans to friendship and share; create a band or just play with someone, anytime, anywhere, out of language, no matter what language you speak !! You can communicate and share the music; And that is something very valuable.
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