Listening to music with your whole body

Amazing presentation from Evelyn Glennie, a deaf percussionist.

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  1. Barry Leiba says:

    Ah, thanks for the pointer to that! I’ve been an Evelyn Glennie fan for years, and have some of her CDs. Didn’t know she had a TED video.

  2. Excellent! Thanks for sharing this.It’s interesting to know that you can “hear” the interval with your body – by the vibrations. I just don’t know how should one practice that… Perhaps buy in-ear headphones so you don’t hear it with ears and can concentrate on your body? :)

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