Pianist Plays Healing Music For Blind Rescue Elephants

Pianist Plays Healing Music For Blind Rescue Elephants

Animals continue to amaze us with their mental capacity for sure things that we believed only applied to humans.

Here’s a video of Lam Duan swaying to the sound of the piano music:

Pianist Plays Healing Music For Blind Rescue Elephants

This is the incredible time when a blind elephant enjoys a little dancing to some live classical music.

One day, British musical Paul Barton took his piano to an elephant sanctuary and started playing symphonic music to one of the blind elephants.

The elephant named Lam Duan took everyone by surprise with her response, she began to sway and step from side to side as if dancing to the live music.

Lam Duan is 62 years of ages and has actually been blind for nearly all of her life, she spends her days at the ElephantsWorld animal Shelter in Thailand.

Even though she can’t see, she still enjoys the music and responds to it, as if she can see it.

Lam Duan isn’t the only elephant to enjoy Barton’s live performances, there was in fact a great deal of them that enjoy the relaxing piano music.

According to Barton, most elephants respond to music, whether that’s by coming closer to the piano, to suddenly beginning to move around.

Some stroke the piano with their trunks, others stray side to side, but all come to be curious when they hear the wonderful sound of the piano.

Some of the elephants also tried to sing along to the music, as well as their trunks would enable them to at least.