Bohemian Rhapsody in Sign Language

I’ve developed a slight guilty pleasure watching Sign Language interpreters during press conferences held during natural disasters and other crisis. The facial expressiveness adds meaning to what is being signed, but in these serious situations, it can be hilariously awkward.

At a TEDTalks event, Andy Dexterity performed Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody” entirely in sign language. Once again, the facial expressiveness added to the feelings and energy expressed through the words of the song.

Here’s an example of an expressive Sign Language Interpreter that garnered some attention from her own expressiveness.


About thef3k

Danny Fournier is a marketing expert with close to 20 years working within the music industry, including 5 years with a major label. With university degrees in both Marketing and Sociology, Danny brings a unique perspective to marketing with a strong understanding of the needs of the end user and how to engage them. Along with his music and business background, Danny has worked as a corporate trainer, facilitating and write courses for corporate audiences. Danny has been commended for his facilitation skills and understanding of adult learning.
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