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“You Found Me” | Helen Gillet

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Cellist and singer Helen Gillet mixes her classical training, New Orleans-based jazz roots and free improvisational skills to perform her own eclectic music. In a powerful, melodious performance, she plays her song "You Found Me."

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25 Comments on “You Found Me” | Helen Gillet

  1. No i didnt

  2. TOMÁS CIFUENTES // 8th June 2018 at 10:07 pm // Reply

    Wow she is really good!

  3. I am first in comments ❤️

  4. PussPuss McKitten // 8th June 2018 at 10:09 pm // Reply

    Someday you will find yourself!

  5. Put that down and just walk away….

  6. TeenLaQueefa // 8th June 2018 at 10:22 pm // Reply

    I can only offer ONE like?

    Not Fair!

  7. I was expecting a cover of the song by the fray. Oh well.

  8. العظماء العرب // 8th June 2018 at 10:23 pm // Reply

    Did i ?

  9. Rufus Preston // 8th June 2018 at 10:29 pm // Reply

    Wow. I felt that create energy within me!

  10. にゃあエイリアンMeowAlien // 8th June 2018 at 10:39 pm // Reply

    That thumbnail looks sick, not disappointed

  11. I disliked the african music, i will dislike this as well. Please keep things associated with increasing my knowledge, not entertainment.

  12. maro monnaage // 8th June 2018 at 10:43 pm // Reply

    It feels 10 times better if you close your eyes

  13. Half-expecting her to spurt into some faux “internet censorship is good cause my feelings are hurt” rant mid song, as is a custom for this channel nowadays but was pleasantly disappointed in that end. Talented woman. Still, doesn’t really suit the channel now does it. Is TED doing a reverse MTV and turn to a music channel slowly?

  14. Grizzlyman MeinTeil // 8th June 2018 at 10:50 pm // Reply

    This really helped me hate cis white males, thanks as always TED.

  15. For those who have disliked the recent TED videos of music performances and dances, etc. And especially those who seem to think it’s not fitting to the channel, I think you may be missing the full scope of what TED is really about. While yes, most videos are about strictly information and theory or progressing technologies, I think TED means to reach deeper. Technology and knowledge itself is cold without the humanities. These types of videos are precisely that. A presentation of the arts, so to keep the balance and perspective near. You should appreciate it. TED is not about the progression and growth of Tech, Education, or Design. It encompasses those with other things to give a glimpse into the progression of humanity as a whole.

  16. honey lavender bakery // 8th June 2018 at 11:32 pm // Reply

    i play cello too :’)

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