The Importance Of Learning Music

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Have you ever dream a world without music? It would be a disaster without it. Humans would be like robots without emotions. Music is defined as vocal or instrumental sounds combined in such a way as to produce beauty of form, harmony, and expression of emotion. Actually, since 1717, music education had already existed. As an example, the first American school in Boston, Massachusetts dedicated solely to singing was founded. Their main objective was to help students in enhancing skills in reading music and singing. Hence, students should learn music because learning music facilitates learning other subjects, participation in music also boost social benefits for students and teaches young people to conquer fear and to take risks. Firstly, learning music facilitates learning other subjects. This is because to learn about music a student to have multiple skill sets. According to Guilmartin, music learning is a very integrating, challenging past time or activity that assist all learning and students who experience music can progress more into formal learning (Luehrisen, 2013). Recent studies indicate that musical training develops the part of the left side of the brain that is involved with the processing language, which wires the brain’s circuits in specific ways (Children’s Music Workshop, 2013). Learning music also helps to release stress which improves the learning process of other subjects. According to Varghese, a school member and school band member, music is a way to
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