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INCHEON, SOUTH KOREA (SEPTEMBER 28, 2011) (REUTERS) INCHEON HYEGWANG BLIND SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA STARTING PIECE VARIOUS OF ORCHESTRA PERFORMING CONDUCTOR VARIOUS OF ORCHESTRA PERFORMING STUDENT PLAYING VIOLIN WEARING AN EARPHONE ORCHESTRA PLAYING STUDENT PLAYING VIOLIN WEARING AN EARPHONE VARIOUS OF CONDUCTOR DEMONSTRATING WIRELESS MICROPHONE (SOUNDBITE) (Korean) CONDUCTOR OF INCHEON HYEGWANG BLIND SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, LEE GYUNG-GOO, SAYING: "I direct a tempo vocally saying 'one, two and one, two' through a wireless microphone. I vocally conduct every minute (of the orchestra). It's not easy to express everything I want, but most part of the conducting can be done vocally while the music goes on." WIRELESS MICROPHONE CONDUCTOR (SOUNDBITE) (Korean) 18-YEAR-OLD BLIND TROMBONIST, WON HEE-SEUNG, SAYING: "The most difficult thing was that it took relatively longer for me to memorise the music than those who could read the music. I was only able to listen to the music for memorising. It was very difficult to catch up." WIND SECTION PERFORMING STRINGS SECTION PERFORMING (SOUNDBITE) (Korean) PRINCIPAL OF INCHEON HYEGWANG SCHOOL, MYUNG SUNMOK, SAYING: "There was an interview with a dean of a foreign blind school. And the dean said (in the school's) 300-year-old history, the blind (students) were not able to play string instruments, but wind instruments. Because of that (interview), we started to teach elementary school students (how to play strings) and now it has extended to middle, high school students and teachers as well." VARIOUS OF ORCHESTRA PLAYING MUSIC (SOUNDBITE) (Korean) 23-YEAR-OLD BLIND VIOLIST, JUNG MI-YOUNG, SAYING: "I am very happy that I am walking on the first path nobody had ever taken. It's difficult but I hope this will work out successfully so that other blind (people) can be motivated to play music." ORCHESTRA ENDING PIECE AND AUDIENCE APPLAUDING CONDUCTOR LEAVING STAGE
Dateline: 2011
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