Music Lessons Are the Topic of a New "In America" Program with James Earl Jones

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Education with musical instruments is featured on new programming.

"In America" has developed and distributed many stories that reflect what consumers value. A new segment is being produced with industry professionals to highlight the importance of musical education. This series covers new ground on both the past and present, and discusses the benefits of learning a musical instrument at a young age.

Music lessons have been an instrumental part of people's lives for many centuries. While music programs are among the first to be cut when schools face budgeting issues, they can also be an important creative outlet, and an activity that people of all ages can carry with them throughout their lives. Many musicians may say that their entire lives were set on a path as soon as they picked up their respective instruments. Even hobbyists attribute future discipline and goal-setting skills to early music lessons, and are grateful they had the opportunity to connect with tone, harmony and progression at a young age. Consumers will learn more about the importance of music lessons in children's and adult's lives in this new segment of the "In America" program.

"In America" is independently distributed and is not affiliated with APT or PBS, and does not represent their views or opinions.

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