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Derek Paravicini and Adam Ockelford:
Der Schlüssel zum Genie

TEDxWarwick · 19:38 · Filmed Mar 2013
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Dreieinhalb Monate zu früh geboren, ist Derek Paravicini heute blind und hat schweren Autismus. Doch mit absolutem Gehör, angeborenem Talent und viel Übung wurde er im Alter von 10 Jahren zu einem gefeierten Konzertpianisten. Sein langjähriger Klavierlehrer, Adam Ockelford, erklärt hier die einzigartige Beziehung seines Schülers zur Musik, während Paravicini zeigt, wie er die geltenden Regeln zu „Chopsticks“ über den Haufen wirft. (Gedreht in TEDxWarwick.)

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Musician
Pianist Derek Paravicini understands music systematically. Once a child prodigy, he’s matured into a creative musician, able to reimagine songs in ways few can. Full bio
Music teacher
A composer and music teacher who has long worked with children with special needs, Adam Ockelford is interested in the psychology of music. Full bio

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