TED: Evelyn Glennie shows how to listen

World-class percussionist Evelyn Glennie gave this masterclass on listening for TED in 2007. She demonstrates beautifully and succinctly how being completely engaged with what you are listening to enables you to hear so much more.

 

2 Comments

  • Tales says:

    Unbelievable!Musicalidade incrivel!
    I’m just startled by this incredible demonstration!I’m a huge fan from now on!Great work!Please, keep it up!
    Thanks for the amazing demonstration and lesson.

  • Nicholas Shippey says:

    I think this can be summed up by saying that people need to listen to the emotion in the music/sound they take in on a daily basis. A good sound system is a start, but they must focus on capturing every nuance in order to get the most from the recording.

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