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Music Helps Us Evolve

Music plays a part in our evolution (as well as climate change!), because learning to play a musical instrument changes the brain in ways that lead to improved learning and understanding of language.

In LiveScience.com, Rachael Rettner reports that musicians have larger areas in the parts of the brain that are important for playing a musical instrument, and the connections created between brain cells during musical training help other forms of communication, such as speech, reading and understanding a foreign language. This means that cutting out music class (as many schools are doing) may be a BIG mistake.

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