Music and Its Harmony for Health

submitted 1 week ago, Thursday, Jun 14, 2018, 16:44:40 by ramirolmartel in Arts / Entertainment
During the early years people always had it compulsory to learn music. It is said that learning music helps in brain development. Kids these days who study music mostly tend to have a larger vocabulary and are more advanced in reading skills than their friends who do not participate in music lessons.
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