Studies at Cornell University and the University of Toronto show that six-month-old babies can detect subtle variations in complex rhythm patterns that their parents would find extremely difficult.Beatriz Ilari at Mc Gill University in Montreal gave two pieces of complex classical music to parents, the "Prelude" and "Forlane" from "Le Tombeau de Couperin" by Ravel and had them play one of the pieces to their baby 3 times a day for 10 days.After 2 weeks of not hearing the music the babies were tested.
The same test on babies who hadn't heard either piece of music showed they had no preference for either selection.
The results were compared to an earlier study where infants were played a simple piece of music by Mozart.
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Exposure to complex sound patterns develops an important part of the brain.