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Piano performance involves a large repertoire of highly skilled movements. The acquisition of these exceptional skills despite innate neural and biomechanical constraints requires a sophisticated interaction between plasticity of the neural system and organization of a redundant number of degrees of freedom (DOF) in the motor system. Neuroplasticity subserving virtuosity of pianists has been documented in neuroimaging studies investigating effects of long-term piano training on structure anddoi:10.3389/fnhum.2013.00173 pmid:23882199 pmcid:PMC3712142 fatcat:vsqhvgs7qrhzpdwucnkxab63ji