The ability to accurately perceive and/or produce acts of sound, rhythm, tone and melody.
People with strong Musical Intelligence have an aptitude for learning and playing musical instruments, singing, identifying melodies and rhythms, differentiating different sounds and instruments. They learn through listening, and can remember and respond to a variety of sounds, including human voice, environmental sounds, and music. They easily recognize musical styles, collect music or musical information, and are easily distracted by sounds or noise in the environment. They find symbolism in music , and are able to express ideas and feelings through sound and music. They love music and, for most of them, music is life. It may be easy for them to remember a long list of songs and they can easily hear music in their head, even when it is not playing around them. They may often surprise their friends with their ability to learn a tune just by hearing it.
People with strong Musical Intelligence are inclined to:
Performing artist (musical), disc jockey, audio engineer, music director, jingle writer.
Singing, dancing, listening to music, learning a musical instrument.
The ability to demonstrate strong coordination between the eye and hand, and show finesse in hand movements.