Blind child played superbly “Bohemian Rhapsody” [Video]

Avett Maness, the little blind child who played magnificently “Bohemian Rhapsody,” has shown that visual disability could hinder him from achieving his aims. The little Avett is called a musical prodigy by thousands of his followers, with the help of his talent he has disputed the challenge of his visual disability.

In social networks, you can see thousands of videos of people with extremely incredible talents that surprise millions of Internet users. One of these talents is to be able to play and sing perfectly a musical theme, however, there are those who suffer from some disability that makes it more difficult than usual to do this, as is the case of this little blind child who performed in a fantastic way a famous song.

Avett Maness a boy of 6 who was born with blindness in one eye and impaired vision in the other, is the protagonist of this video where he is seen impressively performing the song “Bohemian Rhapsody” by Queen. The little one plays the piano while he memorizes the song composed by FreddieMercury.

Blind child played superbly "Bohemian Rhapsody" [Video]

In some parts of the song, Avett Maness is confused with some notes, by the inability to see the keys of the instrument, however, he does not bend or give up but keeps trying until it goes well. On the same channel, you can see how he has made his own version of popular songs by artists like Adele and The Beatles.

The little one is considered by thousands of his followers as a musical prodigy because of the enormous ability for music that he possesses at his young age and because of his visual disability. After the video went viral, Avett appeared on many television channels in which they interviewed his mother, Sara Moore.

“When Avett Maness was 2 months old and they told me he was blind. I could not get home because I was crying. Something I thought was so tragic turned out to be his best and most beautiful gift,” Moore confessed to the American TV show “Good Morning America.”

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