Children will act and learn in accordance with their long history.Expose them to it at a young age, regularly, and make it an enjoyable experience they will want to relive. When the subject of music comes up - I offer CM. Takers get playlists of excerpts from light works - about 3' in length.
Separate kids into two TRIBES and let them compete in their prepubescent conventions of 'etiquette', the older with the younger, a year or two apart.
This is akin to what created our Mozart. Once they get the feel of the pieces under their fingers and the cleverness of the logic, some kids will take it and run with it, especially with the vagaries of peer pressure. It's all really luck (timing and attitudes they care about) I guess.