Support our Music Production. “Change the Mood”- Music puts a smile on our faces, it excites us and it can bring tears. You may have heard the saying, Music calms the Savage Beast, which is a wonderful metaphor that describes how music can change our mood as it has the ability to evoke many emotional states. Music can affect the mood to be comforted and calmed or it can inspire energy and excitement. In fact, music is used in many medical settings to help reduce anxiety and to help patients cope with stress and worries. Music is used with the elderly to decrease anxiety and expectant mothers play music into their womb to stimulate their unborn babies. Many studies have looked at the effect of music for depression as a way to improve the negative moods. There is lots of evidence that a happier mood increases motivation, physical health, and it is a primary factor in young children’s socio-emotional outcomes.
When we listen to a beat our heartbeat will become in synch with the music. When music is slow and sad, the heart rate slows, and our brains respond with sad and depression feelings. When we listen to music with a fast tempo the heartbeat rhythm syncs and our brains feel happy and joyful. Tones in music also gets the brain to respond according to the stimulus, that is why when you hear soft minor key tones the feeling of sadness sets in. The way the brain responds to the physical sensation of various music is a very powerful influence which tells us to feel emotionally. Researcher in the field of music suggest that using tones to direct moods not only changes the brain response but actually has the potential to change feelings to create a specific mood.
Children at every age move and develop through music expression. At the earliest stages, children will learn balance and motor control as they sway and bounce in response to the music. There is no doubt that music pleases the senses at every age, and especially helps improve development of young children as they interact with the natural instincts used when music is heard. Using music to teach emotions is a natural outlet for energy and a wonderful tool that supports emotional regulation.
Using the music in our program, children will listen to the sounds and transition from one mood to another, from sad to happy, from mad to joyful, through the different elements and tones in this original music. For example, children will hear and experience the emotion which accompanies the music.
For this project we need 3000$
We already have the music composed. We need your help to record this music in a professional studio.