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Musical instruments

Learning a musical instrument in early childhood contributes significantly to the development of your offspring. Making music with others promotes a sense of community and connects across religions, languages and ethnicities.

It also develops social skills and a sense of responsibility. Once your child owns a musical instrument, he or she must care for and maintain it. In addition, group lessons are about mutual respect. Here, children learn that everyone is allowed to make mistakes and everyone is to be treated with fairness. Whether it is listening to each other while playing or talking.

Furthermore, playing a musical instrument trains coordination as well as memory. By and large, many instruments train perceptive and combinative skills as well as eye-hand and eye-hand-foot coordination.

Making music stimulates both hemispheres of the brain, which not only improves playing itself, but also improves academic performance. This was the result of a study by scientist Martin Guhn.

For toddlers, xylophones, drums and sound tubes are particularly suitable for learning rhythmic tapping. Rattles and castanets are then used to develop a sense of rhythm and can be expanded at a later age with more complicated musical instruments such as keyboards, children's guitars or flutes.

Unfortunately, toddlers cannot play all instruments due to their size. This includes, for example, double bass or trombone. You probably think that the piano is also one of them. However, this is not the case. It is one of the most popular musical instruments among young musicians.

In the meantime, some instruments are even specially designed for children, so that they also have the opportunity to play a cello or a guitar.

The entry-level instrument is probably the harmonica. It is quick and easy to learn, which is due to the logically arranged notes. In addition, it has a fixed pitch, so that you hit every note immediately.

This is probably what you want when you buy your child a recorder. But this instrument is relatively demanding. To be able to play it, you need different fingerings for the individual notes. In addition, with this instrument you usually need a music teacher to teach you and you probably only learn classical pieces of music. It is no wonder that most children quickly lose the fun of playing the recorder. Nevertheless, the recorder is part of the music lessons in many schools. This is sometimes only because it is easy to transport and does not require electricity.

Better suited is an electric keyboard. Because with no instrument you are so flexible in the different music styles. The device has hundreds of sounds under the keys, which are good for an electronic music lover. Moreover, the instrument tends to train your sense of rhythm.

Instruments such as guitar, drums, bagpipes, theremin, piano, organ, violin and trumpet are considered to be particularly difficult. With all of these instruments, it usually takes years until you have a good command of them.

Basically, you distinguish guitars in Western and classical guitar. Western guitars are covered with steel strings, whereas classical guitars use nylon strings.

This material has several advantages, especially for beginners. Nylon strings simply do not hurt as much as strings made of steel. Since you have to use your fingertips to grasp the strings, you will get an unpleasant feeling at the beginning. This only decreases as soon as calluses have formed.

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