Another area that is larger in musicians is the corpus callosum, a series of nerve fibers that serve as a communication between a cerebral hemisphere and another; so that both sides of the brain work together.
This is very critical on piano players, who need to perfectly synchronize the movements of the left and right hand.
If we consider that one person can play 30 notes per second …
They need their two hemispheres work in harmony, which is made possible by the corpus callosum.
Therefore, a larger corpus callosum contains more nerve fibers, so signals can travel back and forth and speed up communication.
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