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Playing classical music to your child can improve their listening skills later on in life

Playing classical music such as Beethoven and Mozart to young children boosts their concentration and self-discipline, a new study suggests. Youngsters also improve their general listening and social skills by being exposed to repertoires from composers including Ravel, Shostakovich and Mendelssohn. In addition, they are likely to appreciate a wider range of music in later years, according to a study from the Institute of Education, (IoE), University of London. Listening to classical music such as Beethoven (right) and Mendelssohn (left) boosts children's concentration and self discipline as well as improving their general listening and social skills, according to new research......

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