If my question is "has there been any music that is used for the purpose of _______?", would it be on-topic?
Reading What topics can I ask about here?, I'm not sure if it's on-topic or not. On one hand, probably it falls to the category of
Information about music memorabilia and the collection of it (e.g. “How rare is X?”)
On the other hand, it can be perceived as
Recommendations of what to listen to
I also see that this question may be subjective. However, it seems to be a good subjective one, as explained in Good Subjective, Bad Subjective:
What do you think? Below is my draft.
I am making a video about a topic involves challenging some false beliefs and misunderstandings, correcting them, and inviting the viewers to analyze and verify the information themselves. The video is not long (~15 minutes), but the problem is I need the viewers to feel relax and comfortable and interested in the topic, since they may not be interested in the topic, and if they do, they will probably be emotional and defensive.
There are several YouTube channels that introduce abstract concepts and require the viewers to spend time analyzing the information. One notable example that comes to my mind is 3Blue1Brown, whose music is here. However, I still feel that the music doesn't really fit.
I have a feeling that classical music can solve this, because it is the most complex form of music. Has there been any music that is used for this purpose?