Babies have a sense of rhythm… pitch and melody study says

October 19, 2008 at 9:03 pm | Posted in Babies, Children's Music, Kindermusik, Music, Music Making, Parenting | 3 Comments
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Mom and Baby

Mom and Baby

It will be months before they talk, walk or even sit up. But at just a day old, babies have a strong sense of rhythm, say researchers.

Newborns are also sensitive to pitch and melody, they found.

Experts said that introducing a child to music at an early age could enhance these innate musical abilities and also help them learn to talk.

The fledgling musical talent was discovered by Hungarian researchers during a study of more than 100 boys and girls who were only one or two days old. (read more)

Thank you Ginger for finding this valuable information!

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