First, I don't think your daughter was left in her crib long enough unattended to be traumatized. Clearly any music played at an unpleasant volume will not usually be looked upon as music you want to hear again. Although she looked at you and then cried while reaching for you -- this does not indicate severe emotional trauma associated with her crib. I'm sure she reacted to the discomfort of the loud noise, but more so to the anguished look on your face and the tone of the words you used if you responded verbally. Infants usually mirror the emotions they see in their parents faces, especially in novel circumstances.
Be that as it may, you now would like your bed back and are trying to transition her to her own bed. Dr. Richard Ferber's books on children's sleeping problems covers this and other sleep-related topics in depth. At the moment, I would begin to place her in her own bed in another room and make a big deal out of it, meaning show a lot of excitement about her big girl bed, decorate it appealingly, place lots of her "comfort" toys in it, etc.
I would then begin her wind-down bedtime, soothing rituals(storytelling, reading to her) in her new bedroom. Take a good 30 minutes for this transition ritual. Tell her you'll be in the next room, leave the door ajar if she prefers, a nightlight, and leave. If she can't handle falling asleep alone at first or wakes and comes into your bed, stay with her until she falls asleep. If she wakes up crying or comes into your room, bring her back to her room. Comfort her and reassure her of the wonderful sleep and happy dreams she's going to have. Stay with her again until she falls asleep. You will know how to wean her of your presence until she feels consistently secure.
She has grown up thus far feeling very secure in her family bed. I see no reason why this well-adjusted little girl will not move through this tough but necessary transition with flying colors. There can be setbacks after she seemingly has made the transition. These are normal and don't signify a complete return to square one. Enjoy your family and sweet dreams to all.