The Music Grows In The Yard, Is It Possible?

Music can’t be separated from everyday life. Music is part of our lives. We can get pleasure from listening to music, feeling sad, sympathetic, and fear because of the music. This awareness about the emotion that is affected by the music makes the film industry use music to influence the audience. In the family, parents can use music to direct the emotions of children to stay calm or to be happy. 

The music grows in the yard, is it possible?

The music box is one example of the type of music that gives a sense of calm. Reggae music gives a cheerful feeling. Hip-hop music gives a sense of excitement. If you want your kids to be cheerful, let’s accompanying their activity with reggae music. If you want kids to calm down after a tiring activity, the music box can be your choice.
Currently, the music is very easy to get, so you don’t have to buy to get the music. YouTube, SoundCloud are websites that can provide music for free from various genres of music. Even the music is very easy to create by ourselves with various tools that are around us.
When I read Julie Yeros's writings on Grow Your Own Musical Instrument, I'm really surprised that we can grow a musical instrument! Some types of musical instruments can be produced by plants! What kind of instruments are they? Please click on the link above to read more. Let's take the kids to grow the musical instruments, they will be so interested. 


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