Kids Explain Music to a Deaf Person | Kids Explain | HiHo Kids

Kids Explain Music to a Deaf Person | Kids Explain | HiHo Kids


– Sound like this. (trombone blows) and they sound like farting to me! (audience laughs) – Hi I’m Fletcher. – [Interpreter] Hi I’m Cheyenna. Nice to meet you. – Wait, you use sign language. – [Interpreter] Well I’m
using sign language, yes. – Oh she’s deaf. – [Interpreter] Yes I am, I’m deaf. – Then how do you understand me? – I have an interpreter siting here. – I actually know how to say I’m a dinosaur in sign language. – [Interpreter] What’s that? A dinosaur? – Yeah. – [Interpreter] So today,
Fletcher you are going to be explaining music to Cheyenna – Impossible. – [Interpreter] It’ll be fun. – You go first Helena – Music is loud. – Actually, it’s hard to explain. If anyone has a guitar? – [Interpreter] Oh, you want a guitar? – Yep. – [Interpreter] We got a guitar. – Oh. – Music is basically a rhythm that is either passionate
or graceful or rough. – [Interpreter] That’s really wow. What’s your favorite kind of music? – Probably piano music. – Techy music. I also like rock music, it has lots of guitar in it. – See if I were to explain rock music I would use one color and that one color would be red, because red reminds me a lot
of like explosion and fire. – [Interpreter] Nice, yeah. (guitar strums) – Can you feel that? – [Interpreter] Yeah. So what does that feel like to you? – I actually got so hyper because of it, that I actually climbed a pole, jumped right down on the bed, and did a front flip five times! – If you hear like your
favorite music is on, you’re start like partying, and your body starts moving. – [Interpreter] You wanna show me? Like with your body how it sounds? – Mmhmm (pop music) – [Interpreter] Wow,
that’s hyper, for sure! (upbeat music) (techno music) (rock music) (laughs) – [Interpreter] I really
think you could be a rockstar with that headswirl! – I am in a band. – [Interpreter] Ohh,
do you like play piano? – No, I play drums. – [Interpreter] Oh! Okay, I’m wondering if
both of you could maybe draw a picture of what sound sounds like. Let’s do EDM. (EDM music) – Okay. (EDM music intensifies) – So what I thought of
when listening to that was a messed up flower and a robot. – The first thing I drew
was a circuit board. It kind of has that glitchy effect, where it goes from one note to another, like really quickly. – Can you hear this? (tambourine rattle) – [Interpreter] Nope, I can’t hear it. – Can you touch this and then, (tambourine sounds) can you feel that? – [Interpreter] Oh I feel that! – Does this feel different to that? – [Interpreter] Yes, I feel the difference between each side. (laughs) – How does it work? – So, first things first, just your lips on the inside, put them together like this. – Like you’re kissing it! – [Instructor] And then go – (trombone sounds) – You know what kind of
animal that sounds like? Elephant. (elephant noise) (trombone blows) – [Interpreter] You like that! (drumming) (trombone sblows, maracas
and tambourine shaking) (piano sounds) – [Interpreter] It feels
very light and feathery. – Do you like to sing? – [Interpreter] I don’t
use my voice to sing. I don’t know what my
voice even sounds like. – I’m a bad singer. Pretty much no one ever
likes it at my talent shows. You should try joining with me, then I’ll know how your voice sounds and I can explain it a bit. – [Interpreter] No I
don’t think I can talk. – I can actually tell by your laugh that your voice is good. – [Interpreter] Well thank you. Hey, do you guys want to
feel the music like I do? Like deaf people do? – Yes.
– Yes. (music) – The vibrations are really moving. – [Interpreter] What do you think, Sienna? Don’t forget, we can hear you. – Ohh. – [Interpreter] So do you
think you could enjoy music by just feeling it? – Maybe no, maybe yes. Because I want to really
listen to the song. – Do you wish you could hear the voices? – [Interpreter] No, I don’t
really desire to hear that, I’m really happy with who I am and how I enjoy music, it’s just different than
the way that you do. Bye bye! – I think your voice
does sound like an angel. (laughs) – [Interpreter] Aw, thank you. Hello, I’m Cheyenna. Thanks for watching Kids Explain, and if you’d like to check
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100 Replies to “Kids Explain Music to a Deaf Person | Kids Explain | HiHo Kids”

  1. Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmm. Isn't anyone going to point out that the kid was playing a trombone to a friggin deaf person and saying it sounds like this.?! XD

  2. I definitely explaining colors to a blind person is even more difficult. Reply an explanation of a certain color and see if anyone can guess it (without giving an example of the color)

  3. Wait, but if you're deaf u can still talk right but like you can't hear yourself so basically she can talk but she just needs the person for the sign language

  4. 3:43 where does he gets the idea of putting the entire mouthpiece his mouth?
    I'm not even playing brass but I'm disgusted.

  5. i do not like how that child put his entire mouth around the trombone's mouthpiece it bothers me it bothers me it bothers me it bothers me it bothers me it bothers me

  6. I’m a trombone player and I got super worried how they let them hold the trombone that way. Trombone are pretty fragile if they drop it it could make a dent on the slide and the trombone won’t work at all or not smoothly.

  7. Can someone answer my question???
    I don’t mean to be rude in any way but can she speak? Or does she just use sign Language to communicate ??

  8. Loud is actually a pretty simple concept to describe. It's like bright or smelly or flavorful. Sometimes it's nice, but if the sensation is too powerful you want to cover your ears (or eyes or nose or mouth) to make it less powerful. So a concert would be like a light show. There's a demonstration of the thing that is very powerful in order to reach everyone in the stadium. It can be beautiful and can evoke a spectrum of emotions, but occasionally it's overwhelming and you want to stop sensing it. Loud is especially simple since the feeling of a bass sound is very very similar to the sound of it.

  9. I would explain music as the art of sound. Just as food is the art of taste and smell, and paintings/sculptures are the art of vision, music is the art of sound

  10. These kids are REALLY smart, I mean, explaining music to deaf people, and the deaf people being able to understand you, is no easy feat.

  11. I can't believe how beautiful and positive some people are, and here I am complaining about the bus being late… wake up call!

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