Episode: The unexpected beauty of everyday sounds | Meklit Hadero


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The unexpected beauty of everyday sounds | Meklit Hadero
Using examples from birdsong, the natural lilt of emphatic language and even a cooking pan lid, singer-songwriter and TED Fellow Meklit Hadero shows how the everyday soundscape, even silence, makes music. "The world is alive with musical expression," she says. "We are already immersed."

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