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A herd of cows enjoys a little girl’s serenade on accordion

December 14th, 2020

Children come up with the most unusual ideas.

If your child decides to play the accordion for a herd of cows, why not?! Cows deserve a song or two, and this little girl from Ireland is more than happy to play for them. You’ll be amazed by the fact that cows actually loved it.

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In 2017, an Irish farmer named Denis Lehane from Kilmichael Cork shared heart-warming footage of his daughter and it got over two million views.

She’s an adorable little kid, and it’s truly inspirational how her parents shared their love for animals with her.

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Dressed in a floral dress, Grace is sitting on a chair behind the fence.

At first, it seems as if he was playing for an empty field. Then cows suddenly appear, and soon the whole herd approaches Grace to attend the concert. Denis is the one who is filming the whole thing, and he can be heard laughing and saying: “They loved that, give them another tune!” Grace happily obliges and plays another round. Amazingly, the cattle turned out to be the most respective audience.

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Cows lined up on the other side of the fence and listened to some moo-sic dedicated to them.

It’s funny how they kept a little distance from the fence, just like an audience in a concert would. The cow common courtesy is priceless!

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We were stunned by the fact that farm animals are such accordion lovers.

Maybe no one would ever found out that if there weren’t these brave individuals who always try something new. It’s hard to decide whose facial expression is cuter! Grace is enjoying her music and is more than happy to play for her animals.

The goofy, joyful expression on her face says it all.

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On the other hand, the cows are also satisfied with what they’re hearing and love to enjoy a little peace of mind.

It is funny and heart-melting, all at once. The video proves that animals do respond to music, and cows seem to have good taste, too!

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Not to mention that the young Grace is a very talented musician.

There are numerous advantages to serenading the cows. For one thing, they won’t cough or push their mobile phones in your face!

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This is not the first time we see someone serenading the cows.

Although Grace is probably the most charming lady who has ever played for a herd, she’s certainly not the first one to do so.

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Maybe you remember a cheerful farmer who played the trombone for his cows?

If not, here it goes. What about a German guy who also put up an accordion show for his cattle? You can see the video right here. We bet that it all comes down to how great it is to have an appreciative audience, it doesn’t matter what species.

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Kulning, also known as kauking or kaukning, is a domestic Scandinavian music form, often used to call livestock.

So Grace is not doing anything unusual after all. People from Norway and Sweden have been using this method for years to call cows or goats, for example.

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When a call is made in a valley, it rings and echoes against the mountains.

There’s no way that your animal won’t hear it. Norwegian composer Edward Grieg based a few of his compositions on kulning. Well done, Grace, you have been playing from the heart and your animals recognized it.

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Watch the full performance in the link below:

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Source: YouTube/Music is my Love

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