Comment on Learning to Play an Instrument Provides Benefits by Finance Solver.
I’ve played the piano for about 10 years (I don’t play much anymore because I don’t have one readily available to me and I hope that I haven’t forgotten). I can say that my brain functions a lot faster as a result of learning the dexterity that playing the piano requires. Reading this post has really made me want to go back to playing now!
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