The Mozart effect refers to the relationship between the brain and the Mozart’s music. It has been scientifically proven that the brain works more efficiently after listening to a Mozart piece compared to other types of music such as pop music. Mozart’s music is appropriate for growing children because it improves their intelligence. According to Jensen (2001), it improves the brain development, makes one feel relaxed and improves ones efficiency, since the brain is the core determinant of a person’s productivity. The exhausted and stressed brain is less productive.
An experiment was carried out to determine the effect of Mozart’s music on students’ performance. One group of students was taken a few minutes before sitting for their exam and listened to Mozart’s music. Another group listened to different music while another group did not listen to anything. Jensen (2001) indicates that those, who listened to Mozart’s music performed better than the other groups. The implication of this experiment is that listening to Mozart’s music improves the students’ IQ. The difference in the results shows that Mozart’s music improves the students’ thinking capacity as compared to listening to nothing, as this does not prompt the brain to think beyond its capacity.
Educators should know that it is expedient to include Mozart pieces in their classes to enhance the students’ understanding. It widens the students’ thinking capacity. In order to improve their class performance, for instance, preschoolers could be taught with the Mozart’s music playing on the background, as this stimulates the brain activities and sensory cells making them active and creative.
The single strongest component of Mozart that seems to improve students’ achievement scores is the different pitches and tones that soothe the concentration of the brain. They are neither noisy nor dull to tamper with brain activities. They relieve stress and improve creativity among the students, which helps to improve their performance.
The 09 Mozart sinfonia Milanese and 02 Mozart Requiems are examples of the Mozart’s music that enhance students’ performance. We have listened to Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart during our literature classes, while the teacher emphasized on authentic reading habits. We compared the pop music and Mozart’s music and found out that Mozart improved our understanding while pop music reduced the level of understanding.
In conclusion, the research done on the Mozart effect and conclusions made are correct, as the education sector will be improved by the introduction of Mozart’s music into the curriculum. This would influence more on the young kids, as it will build their reasoning capacity.