Oliver Sacks – Musicophilia (2007)

by vyh

Although a teaspoon of Mozart may not make a child a better mathematician, there is little doubt that regular exposure to music, and especially active participation in music, may stimulate development of many different areas of the brain – areas which have to work together to listen to or perform music. For the vast majority of students, music can be every bit as important educationally as reading or writing.

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