Music For Elephants
Music • 46m
An incredible, unique and moving documentary about a concert-pianist who plays music to blind, injured and orphaned elephants with amazing results. At a sanctuary on the shores of the iconic River Kwai in Thailand, Paul Barton plays the works of world's greatest composers to endangered Asian elephants and reveals their secret love of music. (Amanda Feldon Productions)
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