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Your Brain on Piano

THIS IS YOUR BRAIN ON PIANO PLAYING THE PIANO ***..... IS FUN but check out all the things your brain is doing at once! EYES EARS Sight-reading on the piano involves reading two lines c music, each in a different clef. of Pianists listen to notes being played and adjust their playing accordingly. AUDITORY CORTEX TEMPORAL LOBE VISUAL CORTEX OCCPITAL LOBE 2 HANDS KEEPING TIME Both hands often play intricate rhythms independently from each other. Pianists accurately "keep time" by synthesizing and synchronizing all sensory input and motor activity. In SIC addition, they are able to subdivide the beat in a PRIMARY MOTOR CORTEX PREFRONTAL CORTEX CEREBELLUM myriad ways. PREFRONTAL CORTEX CEREBELLUM 10 FINGERS Very few, if any, instruments require the use of all ten fingers. SPATIAL PRIMARY MOTOR CORTEX PREFRONTAL CORTEX CEREBELLUM Pianists know where all the notes are without having to look at the piano keyboard. PARIENTAL LOBE CEREBELLUM RIGHT HEMISPHERE ..... .... ***..

Your Brain on Piano

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This brilliant graphic from Encore Music Lessons shows the many benefits of sitting down at your piano. Those Scarlatti sonatas and Bach preludes sure do a lot for mind and body...

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