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6 Hardest Instruments to Play for Kids in an Orchestra

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If you were scouting through the internet to find what are the 6 hardest instruments to play for kids in an orchestra, we are going to ease your research with our list.

Music has a huge impact on the human brain, mood, memory and body. Music is affecting different parts of the brain depending on rhythm and the genre. If you are listening to happy or sad music, it will affect your brain and how you see neutral faces. The ambient music fosters creativity while the classical music is improving the visual attention. If you want to learn more about music and how it affects us, you can check TED’s playlist.

You already know how big of a role music has to your whole body, mind, and spirit but do you know how much the music can help you with education and the learning process? The Johns Hopkins University highlighted one part of the book “Music and Learning” written by Chris Brewer in 1995 which indicates that teaching a class with music in the background will enhance the learning atmosphere and it will increase the learning activities among students. Music can help one person learn because it creates a positive and desired atmosphere. It is changing the brain wave states, it is increasing the attention and a sense of anticipation, it is improving the memory, releasing the tension while adding an element of fun.

6 Hardest Instruments to Play for Kids in an Orchestra

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Even though these are the hardest instruments to play for kids in an orchestra, they will have a significant impact on your child’s development. According to Peterson Family Foundation, there are many benefits why one child must learn how to play at least one instrument. While the learning process develops, your child will increase its memory skills, will gain a sense of achievement, it will improve its coordination, math, reading and comprehension skills and it will create a sense of responsibility. However, if you want your child to start with something simpler for a beginner, you should check our list of 5 Best Instruments For a Child to Learn First.

If your child already knows how to play an instrument and wants to join an orchestra, you should know what kind of benefits it could have from doing it. The Oxford Royale Academy reported that with playing in an orchestra, your child will learn how to work in a team, how to organize, how to cope under pressure and the importance of discipline.

In order to create our list of 6 hardest instruments for kids in an orchestra, we scouted deep and found The Straight Dope, ABRSM, Quora and Yahoo Answers which we used as our sources. Finding the hardest instruments isn’t easy because it all depends on the person’s determination and discipline. Moreover, it depends on people’s personal capacities as well, as someone can master piano fairly easy, while poor lung capacity can discourage them from practicing some wind instruments. However, we compiled our list by pulling the information from our sources and people’s opinions. After we completed our list, we sorted it by the number of mentions.

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