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The Power of Music – executive summary

Susan Hallam highlights the postivie effects music can have on us.

31st July 2016

Music and development

Susan gives evidence on how music can improve and develop a wide range of skills, such as language skills and creativity.

The implications for education

Drawing on her research, Susan goes on to explore what this could mean for education and point out the key things needed in order for music  to make a difference.

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