Mussila – Helping to Make Learning About the Written Language of Music Fun

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If you’re a parent, chances are that you’ve thought of improving your child’s overall cognitive development. A great method to helping children improve cognitive development? Feeding it with music.

A fun app that’s reinvented how to understand and learn music is Mussila. It was created by a postgraduate in Voice from the Royal Academy of Music in London.

This a new app to hit the market and allows children to enjoy learning music by also incorporating gamification.

Creator of Mussila, Margret Juliana Sigurdardottir, is a musician herself and would often be told from others how they loved music. And though they’d love to play, they’d lose interest once they were introduced to the written language.

Mussila made it their objective to bridge the gap between learning the written language of music and the joy of playing.

This app introduces an adventurous island filled with glaciers and fields of lava. The story starts when four children crash on the island. The player then takes on the journey to then be faced with a variety of musical challenges.

With its proven educational value and foundation for musical understanding, the greatest benefit of Mussila is that it opens up a door into the world of music that lasts forever.

If you want to help your child get started, head to the Google Play or App Store today and search for Mussila.

 

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