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Topic # 240710 21-Sep-2018 12:56
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  Reply # 2094544 21-Sep-2018 13:47
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Well - sort of interesting but is it just me or did the elephants seem not particularly responsive? More like appeared to tolerate it - I guess they didn’t wander off.

Maybe I have no soul.

I’d like to see how they respond to a Trumpet Voluntary - or to Fleetwood Mac’s Tusk.




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  Reply # 2094608 21-Sep-2018 15:29
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Maybe it depends on your expectations. I thought the elephants did respond, especially the blind one at the beginning. They don't get up and dance but neither would humans at such a recital. Most do seem to listen.

 

 





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  Reply # 2094616 21-Sep-2018 15:33
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Of course you’re right - they do appear to be listening and although it’s not dramatic, it is heart warming. I enjoyed watching all the clips and the lovely music - was just being my usual SA self.

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