Deaf people love music just as much as hearing people do. They just understand it differently. They can feel it. (Burgin, Rachel. Music and the Deaf. 2008.)
Human beings with normal hearing typically can hear sounds from 20 Hz (Hertz) to 20,000 Hz. However, at the extreme ends of this range, the sounds may be perceived more as noise than as musical sounds. The sound of an average human male speaking is abougt 110 Hz; an average human female speaking is about 220 Hz. (Sternberg, Barbara, PhD. Music & the Brain. p 4-5. CA: Institute for Natural Resources, Home-Study #2320, 2009).