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In Denmark, cows get to enjoy the moo-sic

In Stevns, in the countryside south of Copenhagen, Jacob Shaw, a cellist and the head of a music school, comes to play to a herd of cattle. Unable to perform during the pandemic, he turned to this unusual audience. The experience was so enjoyable that he continued it even after the reopening of the theatres.

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