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kids and music - changing their lives

Some kids grow up loving music. From the time they are in their mother's womb, the sound of music soothes them and brings them joy. My daughter has always loved all kinds of music. When she was in my belly, I put all kinds of music on and placed a pair of headphones on my belly. The different types of music would produce different results - calming music soothed her and lively music made her active. Now that she is four, she is beginning to explore different instruments. If you have a child that loves music, this blog can help you find ways to expose him or her to continue learning about music.

Getting Car Stereo Installation That Rocks

14 October 2015
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Are you buying a car stereo from an audio/video shop? Check out these ways that good stereo companies help clients to get the most out of their purchases, and get on the road with great audio more quickly. DIY and Service and Installation Options Obviously, it's great when a shop has affordable or low-cost stereo installation services available. But it's also great when they allow you to do your own installation, with a little bit of help. Read More …

Simple Musical Instruments To Spark Learning Interest In Children

13 October 2015
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Choosing which musical instrument for a child to study is sometimes a guessing game. At a young age, a child has no way to express an informed preference. Parents or caretakers of children can evaluate the natural musical interests of a child by first presenting the child with one or more basic musical instruments. Even though children eventually choose between options such as piano or violin, the access to simpler instruments allows the child to discover their musical interests on their own timetable. Read More …

How To Childproof Your Piano

6 October 2015
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If you have recently had a child, you might be worried about how you are going to childproof your home. One object that you might not have thought about is your piano. This is especially important to take into consideration because your child and your piano can both easily hurt each other. The child can run into the piano or fall against the hard wood. The child could also spill a drink on the piano or damage it in some other way. Read More …