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Why Starting A Musical Instrument Young Makes A Difference: Neurology
"New evidence comes from brain scans of 36 highly skilled musicians, split equally between those who started lessons before and after the age of 7, but who had done a similar amount of training and practice." It's all about coordination. New Scientist 01/15/13
Posted January 16, 2013 12:54 AM




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