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Offbeat VIDEO. He plays the piano to calm starving monkeys in Thailand

14:40  25 november  2020
14:40  25 november  2020 Source:   ouest-france.fr

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Pianist Paul Barton attempts to serenade a pack of monkeys with piano music in the ancient city of Lopburi, Thailand . Stories worth watching (10 Videos ).

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Un singe dans le fameux temple thaïlandais de Lopburi (photo d'illustration). © Reuters Archives / Damir Sagolj A monkey in the famous Thai temple of Lopburi (photo illustration).

Paul Barton, a British pianist living in Thailand, recently gave a concert to hundreds of monkeys at an ancient Hindu temple in Lopburi. Since the disappearance of tourists due to the Covid-19 pandemic, primates are seriously lacking in food and become aggressive. The musician hopes the music will help calm them down.

A concert of classical music for macaques. This is the unusual scene that was filmed recently in Thailand , in an ancient Hindu temple in the city of Lopburi. A British musician played the piano in hopes of calming the hungry monkeys in the area, reports Reuters .

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British pianist Paul Barton was thronged by wild monkeys as he performed classical music to hundreds of them in Thailand to soothe them as they face British musician Paul Barton plays the piano for monkeys .REUTERS/Prapan Chankaew. Barton said that he hoped his concert would raise

The 59-year-old pianist plays the piano to an audience of hungry monkeys in Thailand ’s Lopburi . Lopburi is an area with many monkeys that usually feed on what tourists give them during their visit to the temple around the area. But because of the on-going coronavirus pandemic, the tourists have

Since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic , tourists have indeed deserted Lopburi, the "city of the monkeys". The many primates that live in temple ruins, usually fed by visitors, are now sorely lacking in food. And hunger makes them aggressive .

British musician Paul Barton plays the piano to soothe Thailand's hungry monkeys https://t.co/vRHvCtMmbY pic.twitter.com/FUf4uKdmDX

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"They" ate "the music ”

Paul Barton therefore decided to act. For nearly twenty years, this pianist has been playing classical music with animals in order to appease them. He has repeatedly put his piano down in an elephant sanctuary to calm them down and give them a good time after a hard life working under the yoke of humans, says the HuffPost .

The 59-year-old pianist has played Beethoven and some of his own monkey compositions. Hundreds of animals were drawn to the music, climbing onto the piano and onto Paul Barton. "I was surprised to see that they actually 'ate' music," said the pianist. It’s an incredible opportunity to see wild animals just being themselves. "

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