Deaf students enjoy playing music for their music club activities

Deaf students play music.

October 19, 2012 

The Aichi Prefecture Nagoya School for the Deaf, located in Chikusa-ku, Nagoya-shi, has a music club.

Music club members catch a melody by vibration of a drum and a base, and play an instrument rhythmically following other member's motion. 

They remember the image of music into the body. The band is pleasant even if they cannot hear sound.
The music club is consisted of seven Deaf students aged between 13 and 20. Many of them had never touched a musical instrument. 

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