Monday, May 23, 2011

The Daily Muse: How to Hear Without Your Ears

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This is an amazing TED talk given by Evelyn Glennie.  She is a phenomenal percussionist who also happens to be deaf since the age of 12.  Although this was a lecture from 2003, it is worth revisiting.  Evelyn provides such ideas about how she "hears" rhythm and music and encourages all of us without hearing loss to expand our conceptual view about sound.  This is a must see for every music therapist! 

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