This jazz-man starts playing music for cows. The cows’ reaction is Amazing and very Adorable!!!

Have you ever wondered how do animals react to music and if they like it? Well, The New Hot 5 American-based jazz band did. They decided to play for a herd of cows in Autrans, France. Different kind of music influences differently. Scientists from Japan experimented with frozen water, they got incredible results. While the classic compositions of Bach and Mozart left beautiful tiny cracks on the surface, metal and hard rock created big deep cracks. And, since our body is mostly water, music can help or harm us as well. These cows’ reaction is quite interesting, they just might become band’s new big fans, adding their own touch with their bells. Enjoy this experiment, share the video and listen to the good music with your pets.

The New Hot 5 is an American New Orleans-style band, they specialize in the music of Louis Armstrong, Sydney Bechet, Jelly Roll Morton, and other classic jazz legends. The band has been together since 2009. Since that time the New Hot 5 has played concerts and conventions in the U. S. and in the summer of 2011 returned to play at the Jazz en Vercors Festival in the French Alps. Dr. Steve Call, tubist and leader of the New Hot 5, is Professor of Music at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah where he teaches tuba, euphonium, jazz piano, and jazz studies. As a kid, Steve Call struggled with school. He had dyslexia, and didn’t learn how to read in the elementary school. However, he had a great ear for music — he picked up the trombonium, trombone, bassoon, bass clarinet. Call thought dyslexia will make his music career impossible, but with passion, patience and determination he succeeded, and now he does what he loves to do and becomes a great inspiration for others.


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