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The Value of Music and a Piano

A cognitive result on children
Why Music?
Research reveals when children receive sequential music instruction the cognition result will include an increased proficiency in language, reading & math.
Music facilitates man's inborn search for love, happiness, and meaningfulness. 
Music's value is inherent in teaching, learning, creativity and inspiration.
Music aids in building meaningful relationships
Music awakens the spirit and it's power within us.
Music is an essential, natural part of being human.
Music is an international language.

Why Piano?
It is considered the king of musical instruments.
A piano in the home encourages experimenting with musical sounds.
Learning the piano is a basic requirement for music educators.
An 88 note visible keyboard encourages touching resulting in musical tones.
Melodies, harmonies and rhythms are produced, at the fingertips.  
The piano is valued as a solo instrument and as a featured instrument with ensembles and orchestras.  
A piano is valued as an accompaning instrument for vocal and instrumental performers.   
The piano is also utilized as a percussive instrument in dramatic and classical music performances.  
Learning to play the piano invites an opportunity to participate in a worldwide language.  The language of music.
Countless sound combinations are possible on the piano:  Melodies, harmonies, rhythms, styles, Intervals, chords, and tone clusters.
Basic piano instruction facilitates a faster paced learning of most other musical instruments.

Why learn to play the piano?
In the home the piano waits for you. It has a keyboard you can see, touch and hear the sounds it makes. Melodies, harmonies and rhythms are waiting for your fingertips. You can even sing along while you play. It is considered the king of musical instruments for every child in every home.  University studies show that music, specifically piano instruction provides enormous benefits.  It increases a child's higher brain function including reading, memory, creativity, and problem solving skills, also self-confidence, social skills, and emotional intelligence. Music is a language spoken worldwide.