Everyone loves music, of course. But, what about playing musical equipment? Or singing, maybe? Not sure everyone is interested because they are worried about this and that. Meanwhile, there are many benefits that you can get from learning music. Let’s discuss here!
Finding it hard to concentrate? By pursuing music, you can all practice your ability to concentrate, you know. Learning guitar for example, if you don’t concentrate, you can put your finger wrong. If it’s wrong, the guitar chords that you play will be wrong and not pleasant to hear. Not only that, understanding something musical equipment takes a lot of time, right? Therefore, you need great concentration in order to quickly master it.
Boost Energy Remember
Not only improve concentration, but can also increase memory energy. When learning all about music, you actually need to memorize a lot of musical notes or scales. In September 2006, ScienceDaily conducted research among children studying music and other arts. The results of this research show that children who study music have an increase in memory energy compared to children who pursue other arts, you know. This research was published in the daily Brain.
Regulating the Ego
In music there is something that is said with tempo. Tempo is something that is quite important to control the speed of music. To create music that is pleasing to the eye, you need the perfect tempo. This perfect tempo is obtained by restraining your ego to form a harmonious music. Therefore, you can indirectly improve your skills in self-control.
Improve Social Skills
Not only that, it can be useful for improving social skills. When studying music, some people tend to be interested in joining a team such as a band team, drum band, or orchestra. Well, in this team you can also learn how to speak well with other people. That way, you can create good quality music.
Have you ever watched a sad song, and suddenly you feel sad too? Or, for example, you are less enthusiastic, then you look at an up beat song, after that you feel excited again. The music you listen to can actually affect your emotions.
Music is a manifestation of the expression of its creator. The form of such an expression can affect the state of others who listen to it. That’s why when you look at music, you can feel various emotions. The same goes for studying music. If you are passionate, you will be more interested in pursuing fast-paced music. On the other hand, when you are feeling down, you will more easily absorb soothing music.
Be a Good Listener
Music is something that can be enjoyed through the senses of hearing. Observing is a skill that you must have when you study music. This is so that you can create harmonious music that is liked by many people. Until then, indirectly learning music can make you a good listener.
Engage in Another Culture
Music is a form of culture in a country. Every country in the world has its own particular music. For example, such as trumpets, pianos, and violins included in classical and jazz music equipment originating from the Southern United States. By pursuing these musical instruments, it means that you are too late to join in pursuing other cultures.