This choir accompanies Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony without singing, but with sound and movement that speak just as loudly. I think Beethoven would have loved seeing this performance.
From those who risk their lives to save others, this is truly inspiring.
Submitted by Trish.
A wonderful song, with or without pictures. The shadow puppets are quite impressive and fun to watch!
Technology is often blamed for isolating us from each other. But in these times where isolation is crucial, technology can help us stay in contact.
This virtual choir is an amazing example of how 36 women sing together without actually be in the same place at the same time.
Want to know how they did it? Have a look here.
Hummingsong Choirs are a network of women’s a cappella choirs, with over 450 members situated currently in seven different locations in Australia.
There is strength in numbers, as the following performance demonstrates!
In this performance, they are not strictly a capella, although they vastly outnumber the string players 🙂
By fixing 1,000-foot strings to mountain peaks, arches, the tops of skyscrapers, canyon walls or the interior of the Kennedy Center, installation artist William Close turns any architectural or natural environment into a totally unique instrument.
Also see the PBS article.
I think Johannn Sebastian would have loved the fact that his music is still being enjoyed more than 250 years after his death.
The ethereal sound of the glass organ lends itself very well to this timeless masterpiece.
The Typewriter by American composer Leroy Anderson features an actual typewriter as a percussion instrument. And why not?
Since nobody uses typewriters to type anymore, we might as well recycle them as musical instruments.
Watch for other concerts featuring rotary telephones, CRT televisions and VHS recorders…
Le carnaval des animaux is a lot better when the animals are there. I am sure Saint-Saëns would approve 🙂