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The Mozart Factor: Music For Child Development, Learning
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A Music has been used for centuries to heal the body. In the Ebers Papyrus (one of the earliest medical documents, circa 1550 BC), it was recorded that physicians chanted to heal the sick (Castleman, 1994). In various cultures, we have observed singing as part of healing rituals. Neuroscientists suspect that music can actually help build and strengthen connections between neurons in the cerebral cortex in a process similar to what occurs in brain development despite its type. For example, a child born with cataracts cannot develop connections within the visual cortex. If the cataracts are removed by surgery right away, the child’s vision develops normally.

Music has been used for centuries to heal the body.

Playing music is known to stimulate brain development by promoting the development of neural synapses, that is, the building up of brain cell connections. The more developed the neural synapses; the better developed the brain on both the intelligence and physical levels. However, the Mozart Effect caught popular imagination in a big way and led to the idea that listening to Mozart made people smarter. This led to the practice of exposing babies and young children to classical music, and Mozart in particular, to give them a head start in life. While the Mozart Effect may or may not hold true, listening to music does, as mentioned, promote a sense of well-being and have a positive effect on babies. Ways to Include Music. Use calming music or lullabies to soothe your baby to sleep.

Our free beautiful music, including Mozart lullaby music, is composed of peaceful instrumental sounds perfect for infants, toddlers and kids. Original music created for the sole purpose to soothe and comfort. It can be a great help for parents at naptime, also during evenings when it’s time for sleeping. However, after some exposure they will begin to realize and later understand the storytelling in a music piece, this is very good when kids learning how to talk. So, music therapy stimulation at an early age is good for the young kids in many ways as discussed above, but most importantly for many parents it’s to improve the children’s visual, communication and verbal skills, which our music does. com you can play free baby music and download soothing baby sleep music, calming Mozart lullaby and more mp3 downloads of the best quality for kids

Music plays an important role in child development. Learn the benefits of music and read parenting tips for helping children enjoy music. According to the National Association of Music Merchants Foundation (NAMM Foundation), learning to play an instrument can improve mathematical learning and even increase SAT scores. But academic achievement isn’t the only benefit of music education and exposure. It helps the body and the mind work together. Exposing children to music during early development helps them learn the sounds and meanings of words.

Can music affect fetal brain development? If so, what musical composers, genre, or style will make my baby smarter, more creative, more sociable, or mor. etter? These questions are certainly interesting ones for expectant couples. While learning piano may support a child’s spatial reasoning and math skills, experts are not willing to generalize such conclusions to fetal development during pregnancy. At best, doctor’s surmise there may be a positive connection, but only based on a web of anecdotal evidence.

Learning to play a musical instrument can boost learning and brain development in kids. Marc Romanelli/Getty Images. It’s easy to see why so many parents were willing to pay for all those music CDs, books, and videos championing the benefits of the "Mozart Effect"-it was the promise of cognitive benefit for their babies with little effort and no drawback.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
Piano Concerto No. 18 in B flat major, K. 456
1 Allegretto 7:28
Piano Concerto No. 27 in B flat major, K. 595
2 Larghetto 10:49
Symphony No. 41 in C major ("Jupiter"), K. 551
3 Allegro Vivace 12:44
Symphony No. 40 in G minor, K. 550
4 Molto Allegro 7:52
Piano Concerto No. 17 in G major, K. 453
5 Allegro 11:46
Piano Sonata No. 11 in A major ("Alla Turca") K. 331 (K. 300i)
6 Rondo Alla Sonata 3:26