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Musical Vibrations For The Deaf.

From the American Annals of the Deaf.

"Hearing is an acquired faculty, deafness being the natural condition of the new-born infant. The auditory nerve assumes its natural function only after it has become medullated, and all hearing power, therefore, is largely a matter of education. The hearing power for speech depends not alone upon an intactness of the peripheral auditory organs, but it depends also, to great extent, upon the condition of the auditory centers in the brain and of the entire so-called cerebral zone of language." G. Hudson-Makuen, M. D., Philadelphia, Pa.

"In the education of to-day Rhythm holds no important place in the mind's curriculum... While the Greeks may have made Rhythm an altogether too important element in the education of their youth, we, on the other hand, have erred in not appreciating the fact that all life, mental and physical, is perfect in proportion to the perfection of its Rhythm. Brain activity is not made up of currents of force, but rather of Rhythm among the brain cells. Lack of appreciation of the part that Rhythm plays in the processes of life has prevented child life, in the home and in the school, from rising to the heights it should have attained." Charles H.Sears, Clark University.

Again teachers of the deaf may lead in a new educational movement of prime psychological importance. Articulation teachers have for some years claimed, with much reason probably, that brain development is stimulated by calling the organs of speech into play.

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