L'influence de la musique sur les animaux

Title: L'influence de la musique sur les animaux
Translated Title: 
The Influence of Music on Animals
Mr. Ditmars, the director of a zoological garden in New York, had the idea of filming the attitudes and expressions of animals under the influence of music. Master Renard listens to the cheerful sounds of a military march accompanied by a trumpet, first intrigued, frightened back…Then starts to scream in desperation. Compere the Bear loves music. Is she listening to a lively waltz? He executes the only dance that, for him never varies: "The dance of the Bears." The same waltz heard by the porcupine, produces an identical effect. He does the same dance as Compere the bear. The elephant, upon hearing a selection on the xylophone, seems to understand, and he dances towards the music. He has two superbe acoustic pavillions. This is why the elphant is a pachyderm who has ears. Would the monkey understand? His mimicry changes following depending on whether the music is happy or sad… Contrarily , the violin solo gives it sadness. You will see it darken with plaintive strains of the "Lullaby of Jocelyn". In a case where you encounter the animal with which we conclude, do not play it "Let me see your face"… take flight and abandon your phonography…because it hates music.