Fun. Pianist Shares His Musical Gift With Dogs

Grammy-Winning Andrew Dost has A fascinating new side gig.
1:41 | 08/21/14

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This is world news beyond the headlines -- for most performers. They get some feedback because most performers are performing. For human beings kids adults whatever if you're on stage -- playing music -- gonna get a response cheering. Or doing. -- at least unit where you stand Andrew -- -- in the -- fund -- -- -- that he toured with his band are very popular they get screaming fans. But now he's composing music for doll -- Who obviously can't react in the same way -- how does he know. If they like -- your music is. To come -- -- brother though so it doesn't choose your -- exactly yes they've seen accountants -- -- There is some science behind what dogs would like. Hearing range for example means that a certain -- is probably most likely to be pleasing to them. Also beats per minute have -- hard there heart -- if you try and -- the music -- with that make it compatible than that apparently also is a good thing -- that we all humans included. We are drawn to music that has a beat that similar to the mother's heart when -- in the -- But how can you really really tell the dog like -- music I can tell they're going to be touched her emotionally moved by it. All I can really hope -- that don't now. For Yahoo! News -- for ABC news dot net loss you can follow me on Twitter at -- -- ABC.

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