The instrumental lab at the primary school is aimed at kids’ familiarisation with the flute.
The instrumental lab at the secondary school has the goal to make children familiarise with guitar and clavier, dealing with a catalogue embracing both classical and pop/rock.
This lab is an excellent didactic tool to develop and train the three areas (motor, emotional, cognitive) and the relevant skills.
Research has proved how from a cognitive point of view playing an instrument increases the ability to memorise, improves organisational skills, teaches perseverance and it’s also useful for hand-eye coordination in the field of motricity.
Reading the notes trains the brain to convert pictures into specific motor schemes, thus cooperating to develop the brain cortex.
Looking at the score and the typical partition of music improve mathematical abilities and require steady efforts of comprehension and concentration.
Learning to play an instrument furthermore increases a sense of responsibility, teaches commitment and discipline and the results give satisfaction and reward, promoting self-expression, listening to the emotional area and improving self-esteem.
Every piece is contextualised in its historical period as a reflection of the environment and time at the time of its creation, stimulating critical, argumentative thought and favouring the knowledge and appreciation of other cultures.
Instrumental practice comes with singing as a tool to get to know and be able to use the expressive potential of one’s voice, so as to increase self-awareness and improve breath and listening skills to learn how voice can become an extraordinary means of communication to build harmonic and effective relationships.
SCHOOL Primary – Secondary
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