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rowuk


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A world class deaf percussionist talks about Beethoven composing deaf
A fascinating take on a holistic reception of sound.

https://www.cpr.org/2020/09/28/how-did-beethoven-compose-when-he-was-deaf-we-asked-evelyn-glennie-how-she-feels-sound/?fbclid=IwAR2X_LCMLqRMlD0skkKGpOrfa1zny68zzIVvQtk9RcTEAFETD8oTE4PPhko


Whenever I feel blue, I start breathing again.
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Paul S
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Awesome! Thanks, Robin!
I'm practically bursting from not talking about this! Did she write the last piece for the marimba? It's amazing how that instrument overpowers the recording equipment, which only serves to underline what she's talking about! What a gloriously ebullient person!

I will talk more after I listen again. 



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Paul S
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