Music for Kids is an audio work that takes as its starting point the appropriation of sound material produced by foley artists, which was used for the acoustic illustration of animated cartoons in the 1960s and 1970s. The composition pries open the referential and signifying system of the sounds used, continually constructing and restructuring semantic and dramaturgical spaces which in some moments dissolve into chaos and in others reassemble in a linear structure. Monstrosity, madness, and violence coexist in these spaces as elements of a decisive opposition to a pre-established social order.