I looked through the youtube list and havent found this one yet, so here it is:
Crystallize, a violinist playing with dubstep in the background, how many people do that? Also the video is very wellmade and cool
That’s actually one of my favourite Lindsey Stirling songs, Ghotsie.
A song from today, the song “Rawhide” from Blue’s Brothers played on guitar.
PVC Pipes and Flip-Flops: Pipe Guy - House/Trance/Techno Live
And a similar instrument: Snubby J’s RimbaTubes: Star Wars Medley
/me blows some dust off this topic
Awesome, now thats real art I wish there were such talented people here in my town
It’s been a year so:
LOL, that was cool!
Has someone posted this video (wintergatan - marble machine) yet? Because this is one of the best bands I have ever seen when it is about being creative and still sound awesome
However my favourite track by wintergatan is Sommarfågel
LOL, that was awesome! Ingenious…I love it
I had a dream not too long ago with a house constructed around a wind driven contraption which was very reminiscent of this thing
For those who enjoy overtone singing…
Today I came across this video which stunned me when I heard the tunes, interesting what one can do with mixing Queen with old organs
Okay, I’ll post one, too.
This one’s a bit viral atm, but here’s Famous Theme Songs played on Boomwhackers.
I love video game music, and one of my favorite composers is Lind Erebros, a russian composer known for his work on the King’s Bounty series. Here are a few of his compositions I absolutely adore, most are instrumentals with some use of vocals:
Sacred Campaign. I often listen to this one just before going to sleep.
Dreamland. Just wonderful.
More music I love:
Saw this one today:
Because you never knew you needed a ukulele mash up of Carmen and Phantom of the Opera, performed by Youtuber Taimane.
FiXato just sent me this:
Wow, what in the world!
Now that is an instrument.
Soo, apparently Paganini wrote a piece of music called Caprice no. 24 that is supposed to be one of the most difficult pieces ever written for solo violin
And Marcin Patrzalek decided it’d be fun to play on guitar.