Musical instruments are a growing segment of the American population.
But what do you actually learn when you study them?
We asked this question to musicians to find out.
You’re a terrible student.
A new study from the National Center for Research Resources finds that musicians are only as good as the music they study.
The researchers surveyed nearly 100 musicians, who ranged in age from 19 to 67.
They were given either a 10-minute practice period or a 10 minutes practice session.
They asked the musicians to play an instrument they had played for a long time, or a song they’d sung before.
The musicians who were given practice sessions were more likely to perform better than those who didn’t.
And the researchers found that the performance improvements were statistically significant.
But what about musicians who weren’t given practice periods?
The researchers did the same thing, but in a slightly different way.
They made the musicians play a new song.
The song the researchers chose was The Star Spangled Banner.
It had a relatively low-key melody, which meant it was easy to hear the song and understand the lyrics.
The researchers asked the participants to play it a second time and then to repeat the process.
The music was the same song, but now the song was presented in a new context.
The study found that those who played a song with an unfamiliar context performed worse than those that heard the familiar song.
In other words, the unfamiliar context made the music more difficult for musicians to learn, while the familiar context made it easier for musicians.
And that’s just one study.
The authors of the study found similar results in a number of other studies.
They also found that musicians who study music in a more unfamiliar context perform worse than musicians who do not.
In a statement, the National Research Resources said, “There are many important aspects of music study, and the ability to master them is crucial for learning music.”
Music is important for a wide variety of different reasons.
The instrument itself plays an important role in the way we think about and experience the world.
But in a country with more than 300 million people, we know there are plenty of reasons that the average American is probably not going to master all the basic music knowledge.
We also know that music education can be a huge boon to a person’s life.
So why not let your music studies be your learning experience, too?
Here are five reasons why you should give it a shot: