A study published in Frontiers in Psychology found that musical training can enhance young children’s reading skills and executive functioning. The study participants were 6-year-olds who had never received any formal music lessons. After eight months of regular music classes, the children showed significant improvements in their reading ability and executive function compared to a control group of children who did not receive musical training.
"Drumming with a sense of rhythm and groove may elevate your drum playing to a new level. Though, not everyone understands what it means to play the drums with rhythm and groove. You can use several strategies in your daily drum practice to create a rhythmic and groovy feeling," advised pro drummer and kids party planner Harry Nevin of Balloons Sydney.
Music is the leading, predominant form of art today. It is popular — larger than cultures and bigger than language barriers. While music across the globe and in various cultures label their songs differently, a few things will remain the same; rhythms and beats are the foundation. “Music can transform atmospheres and stimulate feelings across… Continue reading Rhythm VS Beat: How To Tell The Difference