Music Recommendations To Improve Children's Intelligence

Music is known as an object that can help humans reduce stress. Easy listening melodies make those who hear them feel calm and comfortable. Not only that, but music is also believed to be able to improve children's intelligence, especially classical music which has a different melody structure than most.

There is a theory that has emerged and is used by many as a proposition: The Mozart Effect, a term that describes the benefits of listening to musical works by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, a classical music composer who lived in the 1700s. Not only, Mozart, but there are also still many composers who create works that are believed to be effective in increasing the intelligence of babies from the moment they are in their womb. Here are five recommendations for music to improve children's intelligence.

Symphony No. 40 in G Minor by Mozart
This music is said to be able to help accelerate the performance of the child's auditory system. The melodies that are created are considered as instruments that can have a positive impact on children's intelligence. Music Symphony No. 40 in G Minor is also often used for psychological therapy because it is believed to help children's concentration and optimize motor function in the brain.

The Four Seasons by Antonio Vivaldi
Just like Symphony No. 40 by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, the work of composer Antonio Vivaldi is believed to be able to accelerate the performance of children's brains, especially in terms of concentration. Not only that, but The Four Season is also believed to be able to improve children's verbal abilities so that a combination of verbal and cognitive abilities is created. Even Dr Donald Shetler, a professor in music education, explains that The Four Seasons can be used for specific physical health therapies.

Brandenburg Concertos by Johann Sebastian Bach
Among classical music lovers, Johann Sebastian Bach is no stranger. His works are known to have transcended the ages because the choices and tastes of music that were created showed his class. His spectacular work, the Brandenburg Concertos, is believed to be able to create changes in the frequency of electromagnetic waves in the brain in just 7.5 cycles per second.

This phenomenon shows the occurrence of the Alpha Mode process, an increase in the performance of concentration power that can help children in the learning process. For example, the activity of reading and writing letters of the alphabet and counting numbers.

Canon in D by Johann Pachelbel
Johann Pachabel was not only a famous composer but also an excellent teacher. Pachabel is so adept at creating beautiful melodic mixes that it should come as no surprise that he has managed to bring his works from Germany around the world.

Music titled Canon in D presents a series of tones that tend to be meditative. The person listening will be brought into a calm and relaxed atmosphere. This, of course, can increase concentration and relieve stress. Mama Papa can listen to this music to children, to speed up the performance of their brains.

Concerto for Piano No. 1 by Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky
This Russian composer is known for his classical music mixing and matching several different instruments. Even so, the resulting series of notes are still beautiful and can be enjoyed by classical music lovers. Concerto for Piano No. 1 presents strains that are believed to improve a person's memory.

Concerto for Piano No. 1 has been used to treat a child who has difficulty concentrating, or better known as Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), a disorder that inhibits brain development.

Emperor Concerto for Piano No. 5 by Ludwig van Beethoven
Maybe Mama Papa had listened to a piece by Ludwig Beethoven but didn't realize it. If Mama Papa has ever played a song from sample music on My Music provided by Microsoft on a computer, it means Mama Papa has listened to one of Beethoven's works. His music is widely used on several platforms because of the beauty of the strains.

Emperor Concerto for Piano No. 5 presents a tone that is believed to help children improve their cognitive abilities so that they can build brain performance in the aspect of counting numbers.
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