Mothers in the Process of Supporting a Child’s Musical Development in the Prenatal Period – Today and Earlier

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Beata Bonna
https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3968-9541

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The article presents the results of polls conducted in Poland among young mothers and women who gave birth many years ago, in order to compare selected aspects of their knowledge of musical development in children, their musical activity during pregnancy, and their observations related to children’s reactions to music in the prenatal and neonatal periods. The analysis showed that the level of the women’s knowledge was similar in some areas, while their levels of musical activity and observations concerning the children’s reactions to music differed in many regards. The study shows that young expectant mothers sang, listened to music, moved to the rhythm of music, and attended popular music concerts more frequently than the older respondents did. They also conducted more discerning observations of the children’s reactions to music. It was found that more young women observed increased fetal mobility in response to music, as well as the preference of newborns for specific songs, especially those they knew from the prenatal period.

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Bonna, B. (2020). Mothers in the Process of Supporting a Child’s Musical Development in the Prenatal Period – Today and Earlier. ARS INTER CULTURAS, (9), 217-236. https://doi.org/10.34858/AIC.9.2020.345
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