Music can affect memory depending on the type of learning that is happening and the type of music being played. God tells Christians to remember and to pass down knowledge to children, including hymns and songs of praise. Listening to music activates the different parts of the brain, the type of music that is being listened to can help memory, certain kinds of music can also be helpful in learning and studying, and music relates can affect the body in many different ways. Mozart and Baroque’s music activates the right and left part of the brain. The left part of the brain is activated by the information being studied while the right part of the brain is activated by the music. The left and right part of the brain action simultaneously help maximize learning and retention. Activities that engage both sides of the brain cause the brain to be more capable of processing information, such as playing an instrument or singing. The language – processing centres of the brain are activated when listening to music, but it can be distracting. The art of studying things with words while listening to lyrics makes it more challenging.