TEDtalks is always there for you its like
you're good friends with a Top Expert and they just randomly feel like explaining something to you that opens your brain somehow.
This particular one features Evelyn Glennie. I didn’t know who she was, but it worked in my favor in this case. She dove into her message using a snare drum and what was either a xylophone, vibraphone, or marima…or maybe even a glockenspiel to make me realize that she’s a percussionist. Cool.
Armed with her instruments and passionate -yet very straightforward- dialogue, she said things about sound, vibration, and human body dynamics in the first ten minutes that would probably take a lifetime for most people to organize.
She spoke on:
I would soon see why vibrations were a big topic for her. Around the 11-minute mark, she tells the audience that she is deaf and while I am sure some people already knew that, I needed a moment to stuff my brains back into where they were supposed to be.
bc you know, mind blown
I feel like I shouldn’t even say anymore about this demonstration because it’s really right here and you can click it and let Evelyn Glennie talk her business without settling for an overview. And just like how she said that each human is essentially a different sound color, something else may resonate with you that I might have missed and maybe we could talk about it all one day :D