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June 23 2016

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Kids Songs and Music - Major and Minor Tonality



Music is incredibly a part of our way of life. It touches us in several ways and evokes various emotional, cognitive, and physical responses. Music can convey many themes and concepts. Music communicates with us when it comes to our personal feelings and thoughts. The first Greeks believed that certain modes (scales) or tonalities elicited specific emotions. - abc rap

Let's visit two most frequently heard scales in Western music (the main and minor tonal systems) plus the responses these scales may elicit with the listener. To readily hear a major scale, play from C to another C only using the white keys of any piano. To listen to a scale, play from the into a only using the white keys.

For the child, the visible difference between minor and major can be a difference of mood. Major scales usually increase feelings of happiness and joy. Minor scales are more somber and have a tendency to dampen one's spirits. Children often describe songs in major as sounding bright or cheerful. They describe minor as sad or spooky.

While teaching music to young kids, I came across that they'll sing songs in the major tonality with less effort than songs in the minor tonality. It may be due to interval relationships in those two scales. It could be on account of lack of skill in singing inside a minor key.

It truly is interesting to see small children during free play when they improvise their very own melodies and songs. As you move the tonal patterns could be brief and repetitive, they have an inclination to stay in a serious key. This could be on account of environmental influences for example music in the home, children's television programs, and/or music training. Many children's songs are made in the major key.

Silly Bus composes most of its children's songs in primary keys. Their songs in leading tonality have great appeal for the children due to the bright, happy, and energetic qualities inherent in this tonality. The melodies are quite appropriately wedded to each and every song's text.

Tempo, the arrangement with the pitches within a melody, rhythm, and harmony also play a significant role in setting the mood or expression of your song as well as tonality. Scientists have yet to go into detail why and just how music affects our emotions. What we do know for sure is that music affects everyone and it has the power to call forth emotions that reside within us. - abc rap

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