Put several of them together and you have an impressive orchestra!
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 🙂
As a choir, we focus more on collaboration than on competition. But there are other ways to approach music…
This person manually designed a (virtual) car race track that matches the music of Ride of the Valkyries.
Are you still using an old fashioned piano keyboard with only one row of keys?
This guy claims his 4-row “Janko” keyboard is a lot easier to play. Actually, there is a 5-row version that is even more ergonomic.
The ethereal sound of the glass harp is perfectly suited for the spooky sound of the Harry Potter theme. Scary!
Just when you thought music making couldn’t get any weirder, along comes a guy who uses a wire fence as a stringed instrument.
Is there no limit to what people will use to make music?