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Music education

¿Cómo se desarrollan los gustos musicales en la infancia?

El interés por la música es un rasgo biológico de los humanos. Ser musical es parte de nuestro diseño, ya que el desarrollo musical comienza antes del nacimiento.

The Conversation

After the pandemic, young people need music education more than ever before

Boosting music and arts can improve overall student achievement and well-being.

The Hechinger Report

Why Do Kids Hate Music Lessons?

As a former violin student, I decided to investigate why so many promising players quit early.

The Walrus

'Body percussion' prof in Japan wants instrument-free music education to go global

Yamada began teaching body percussion over 30 years ago, during his days as an elementary school teacher in Kurume. It started when he got students who were having trouble concentrating in class to clap along to songs. He went on to develop methods of teaching the subject while practicing it with students at elementary and special needs schools in the city.

The Mainichi

Sciences et musique au diapason : une double licence pour étudiants passionnés

En France, deux doubles licences permettent aux étudiants scientifiques pratiquant régulièrement la musique d’étudier ces deux matières.

Le Monde

Los efectos positivos de la música en adolescentes

Los beneficios de la música se extienden más allá de las conexiones neuronales del cerebro. Apuntan a un mayor bienestar y desarrollo positivo en los adolescentes.


Playing Street Fighter made me a better piano teacher

A music teacher compares learning Ultra Street Fighter 4 with learning how to play piano.


At-home musical training improves older adults’ short-term memory for faces

Findings from a controlled experiment suggest that musical training can lead to cognitive benefits that extend to nonmusical tasks.


Bringing community music to schools in India

Music has been a part of human existence for thousands of years. It has developed, from what could have been forms of shared sound, to more recognisable as music today, but it has always had an important place in society and communication.

Deccan Herald

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