If you feel like you've got more balance in your life as a pianist, you're actually on to something!
In the past couple of decades, scientists have been discovering through modern imaging technology the physical changes in brains of those who play the piano with those who don't play the piano.
What they found confirmed the hypothesis that pianists brains grow differently and even perform differently from non-pianists.
The unique aspects of how pianists brains work compared to other instrumentalists and musicians is due to the fact that when we play the piano, we are doing much more at the same time than is required to play other instruments.
Let's look inside the brain to see what parts react so positively to piano playing and what areas of our bodies they affect.
Playing the Piano is really a "win-win" for anyone who chooses to do it.
Thanks to the efforts of curious scientists and lay persons, we are able to now see what before was only a hunch. The changes in our brains from playing the piano are good and beneficial. They continue to help us in life as long as we are able to play. And, the more we do it, the more beneficial results we end up experiencing! Think about what is happening in your brain while you are playing next time and realize that all of these changes will help you in your piano playing and all other areas of your life.
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