Last night my step-daughter and I watched a concert on YouTube (we have WiFi in our kitchen and a pretty good TV). The concert we watched was Pepe Romero (a fantastic classical guitarist) playing the Concierto de Aranjuez, accompanied by a symphony orchestra. It was a wonderful experience—watching and listening to great musicians make great […]Read more "The immeasurable benefits of music"
Exposure to multiple languages may sharpen infants’ music sensitivity in the first year after birth, new research has found. Compared to infants learning one language (monolinguals), those who grow up with more than one language (bilinguals/multilinguals) are more sensitive to the subtle pitch variations in language. To understand whether such sensitivity is specific to language […]Read more "Bilingual babies are better at detecting musical sounds, research shows"
Music may be all over the world, in the airwaves, on the internet, everywhere, but some people still just do not like it. Now, researchers have attempted to find out why a certain group of people just don’t take to music the way others do. With the help of fMRI scans to track the participant’s […]Read more "PEOPLE WHO DON’T LIKE MUSIC HAVE A DISCONNECTED BRAIN, RESEARCH CLAIMS"
There’s power in pressing play. Music has the ability to take you back in time, spark a dance party or set the mood for a relaxing evening. It also can positively affect your life in a very real way. From a happier mindset to more motivation, there’s a host of wonderful reasons to get lost […]Read more "7 Undeniable Benefits Of Listening To Music"