What a beautiful scene: interesting to see the reaction of the elephant to the guy who played the didgeridoo
Here is the huge animals’ responses to human-played music.
Elephants are highly intelligent and touchy animals that seem to share our love for music.
The reactions of huge animals to the music played by a person, as well as songs from the piano, were filmed.
The elephants start trumpeting and moving respectfully to show their happiness; probably an elephant dance.
Australian craftsman Allan McKenzie, based at Dubbo, is also an Aboriginal guide for Boomalli Consulting.
However, he is not the first to perform songs for these amazing animals. Paul Barton, a resident of the UK, also learned that elephants love to listen to songs.
Paul, a musician, plays for weak and blind elephants in the forests of Thailand, leaving the valley and the concert halls.
Paul plays as an old blind elephant. It will make you cry because it touches your heart.
For bishops, Paul usually plays. He wants to bring peace and kindness to these cute animals, many of them have had a difficult life.
Slow music can calm nervous bull elephants, and relaxing songs can calm blind elephants, he says.
These smart animals are such kind elephants who like both classical songs and other types. Animals are definitely connected to music in the same way that humans are.