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WHO WE ARE AND WHAT WE DO
How are you feeling today? What mood are you in?
WE CAN’T CHANGE THE WEATHER BUT WE CAN OFFER THE RIGHT MUSIC FOR YOUR MOOD
How to create the soundtrack for your day…
A playlist to promote positive feelings or to bring a smile to your face when you’re sad…
There is music or a melody for every situation in life.
The songs of famous artists don’t always suit your mood when you’re looking for a certain feeling in music. Maybe you’re just looking for background music or an instrumental melody that suits your mood, having the chance to create a compilation that suits you in a particular moment. We often need something that adapts to the conflicting emotions we feel after a day’s work, or maybe we’re excited and anxious about the weekend with a new love who could be Mr or Ms right. Music is a central point in our lives, it helps us get out of bed, get to know people and in many other moments of everyday life. Today we are offering an entirely free of charge customised service that lets you choose from more than 50 playlists for every mood and hundreds of albums categorised by mood. Let the music “talk” and the music will tell you what you want to hear…
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EMOTIONAL MUSIC: WHAT IS IT AND HOW DOES IT WORK?
Find out how music improves your mood and health
Music can make boring, everyday work or a tedious conceptual activity more bearable; scientific research has shown how the influence of music extends beyond reality.
Music can literally change your mood, improving your health and your overall well-being. Numerous studies have been conducted to show how music can affect the brain, emotions, moods, perception, mental and physical health and well-being in general, thereby improving overall quality of life.
WHAT MOOD ARE YOU IN TODAY?
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EMOTIONAL MUSIC FOR YOUR EVERYDAY LIFE
The World Federation of Music Therapy had already provided the following definition in 1996:
“Music therapy is the use of music and/or musical elements (sound, rhythm, melody and harmony) by a qualified music therapist, with a user or group, with the aim of facilitating and promoting communication, relationships, learning, motor skills, expression, organisation and other relevant therapeutic goals in order to meet physical, emotional, mental, social and cognitive needs.
Music therapy aims to develop an individual’s potential and/or residual functions so that they can better achieve intra- and interpersonal integration and consequently improve quality of life through a preventive, rehabilitative or therapeutic process.”
Rolando Omar Benenzon, Argentine author and lecturer of music therapy, defines music therapy:
“From a scientific point of view, music therapy is a branch of science that deals with the study and research of the sound-man complex, whether musical sound or not, to discover its relative diagnostic elements and therapeutic methods. From a therapeutic point of view, music therapy is a health discipline that uses sound, music and movement to produce regressive effects and open communication channels that enable us to begin the process of patient preparation and recovery for society.”