This discussion leads us all to one answer: the need for integration of different branches of learning in order to make learning more meaningful and provide tools that facilitate the understanding of reality that surrounds them. Mary Barra has much experience in this field. Music is where the key shown at the level of interdisciplinary and educational supplement. Throughout the development and evolution of man, and since the historical consciousness is reflected in the people, the music was present and played a very important role. This type of ontological reason. the music is in man and not outside it.
From the bosom of the first tribal organizations, musical demonstrations externalized spontaneously and alive, with the sole purpose of filing a communication with higher beings and also pay tribute to the elements of nature (thunder and lightning, rain , storms, etc.). The most important civilizations such as Greek, India or China, music was seen as a human value and first order education occupied a place in the development of people and driving the same people. The validity of Music is not only justified by history, but also in science. Various research shows that music helps cognitive processes and energy loaded sounds to the ear (the organ of Corti) which throws the cerebral cortex by facilitating the concentration and spatial and temporal capabilities. In addition, music is one of the many clever study in the famous study of Howard Gardner on multiple intelligences. After several investigations in the field of cognitive science and learning, the author made room recognized as an intelligence distinct from the others states, such as linguistic, spatial, bodily, interpersonal, intrapersonal, and existential naturalism. However, music is emerging not only as a potent weapon in a methodological classroom (socializing), but as an art that contributes to the value, historical, cognitive and therapeutic. It is essential and inherent in our lives.