It is created to inspire the interest to learn more about the mentioned in the song references and allusions (“Music… Why do you spark the best in our mind?”). In fact, virtually each line of the song is linked to the sources of vast information and endless inspiration that are worth discovering.
Here are some detailed references of metaphors to the research-related publications:
(Due to the saturation with novel information, my song is intended to be produced in a form of multi-media, incl. visual representations.)
The power of music is already known to be great.But, its full capacity as a powerful cognitive tool is yet to be realized by many more people.There is no need to explain the powerful effects of a lullaby on an anxious child (“Music… First lullaby is always with us…”).No famous block-buster movie can be successful without its soundtrack, no commercial can magnetize our attention without music… Undoubtly, music helps successfully teaching us at our very early age such vital basics like alphabet that otherwise would be impossible to memorize (“Music… Alphabet song made you star in your class…”).And, yet – there are other significant benefits of music that can be harvested through its application on more sophisticated levels.
Renowned American composer Aaron Copland explained in his public lectures (“Music and Imagination”) the multi-dimensional nature of music that is accessible not only on emotional level.In fact, music is able to reveal much deeper realms of valuable intellectual rewards (“…Thank you for sharing priceless insight: Musical language is priceless delight…”) - to those who are capable and trained to interpret them, due to their familiarity to the complex and intricate details of musical language, while serving as the challenging, yet immediately rewarding mental exercise that is virtually incomparable to any other activity (“…Polyphony makes my thinking expand...”)And as a tool for keeping the mind active during all ages, music happens to be simply indispensible and instantly motivating self-growth tool for all generations. ( “You must remember this…” Scientific American (Sept, 2010), as well as variety of interesting data on the positive effects of music therapy effects on Parkinson disease patients)
Through the words such as “Music… To dissonant thoughts you bring peace, you bring light…”,my song reminds about the holistic properties of music listening and hands-on music engagement (as revealed by the best-selling author and neurologist Oliver Sacks in his popular book “Musicophilia” and his video “Musical Minds”) . Today’s researchers are beginning to learn that the incredible transformative power of music on our mind to reduce physical and mental suffering can be easily compared to the pain-killer and beta-blocker-type medications, and is due to its ability to change the state of neurotransmitters in our body (incl. the release of “feel-good” dopamine).
Scientists inform us that when compared to the processing of our other senses in our brain, the sound processing shows quite unique characteristics:it uses unique path and involves the actual reproductive resonance response within our body. Further exploration on this and other issues may soon explain the great transformative power that music has on our state of mind.(“…Awakening soul’s deep-hidden might…”)
 My symposium’s aim was to present comparative overview of the existing music education systems by several participants, who are the esteemed scholars from various countries.The next step was to find out what contributed to the success stories that can be somehow replicated in other countries.Then, finally we focused on the benefits of being engaged in sustainable arts/music curriculum according to the available brain/music research data, which serves as the effective advocacy tool for critical importance of music/arts education for all in our time.The abstracts/details of this event are available at http://charismafoundation.org/intlsymposiumonicame.html
 Prof. Daniel Levitin is also the author of “This is Your Brain on Music”, as well as co-producer (with personal involvement of well-known musician Bobby McFerrin) of PBS educational video “Music Instinct”.
 The evidence from MRI research studies shows that the fibers in the corpus callosum, which connect the left- and right-brain hemispheres, are as much as 15% wider in those who began playing music before the age of 8. (Schlaug, et. al. 1995b)
PLEASE, NOTE THAT WE COLLECT REFERENCES ABOUT THE EMOTIONAL IMPACT from people who interacted with this song (such as “brought tears”, “reversed the attitude towards steady healing”, etc.) to be assessed later by the researchers.
 This world-famous (although carrying the altered from the original meaning) saying was originated by the practitioners of Kaballah, the complex teaching known for many centuries that influenced many known today religious streams of thought.This expression was recited during the special ceremonies that served to rise above the physical reality to reach higher spiritual realms of conscience.