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Unusual Musical Performances  


Unusual Musical Performances
HP Office Orchestra
Here is another unusual orchestra performance by an office staff with glasses, cups, and water bottles.
Feb 8, 2009, 22:17 PST

Unusual Musical Performances
Guitar Impossible
This guy does an amazing job with The Marriage of Figaro by Mozart. I think that Mozart would have gotten a total kick out of what this guitar player has done. Awesome editing.
Feb 8, 2009, 22:03 PST

Unusual Musical Performances
Georg Zangl
These performance by Georg Zangl reminds us that instruments can come in all forms. His steel instrument defies classification, and yet it makes amazingly beautiful music.
Dec 14, 2008, 21:51 PST

Unusual Musical Performances
Icicle Orchestra
These Norwegian musicians are intrigued by the sounds that nature creates in ice, but the ice must be natural to have a good sound.
Dec 14, 2008, 20:37 PST

Unusual Musical Performances
Hang Duet
This unusual set of instruments are called Hangs. They have an amazingly rich bell tone that is very soothing. The group is called becapella.

Dec 14, 2008, 20:07 PST

Unusual Musical Performances
Toreador Song
Watch closely as this skater plays the Toreador Song as he skates past.

Dec 14, 2008, 19:51 PST

Unusual Musical Performances
Bottle Orchestra

Dec 14, 2008, 19:40 PST

Unusual Musical Performances
Bottle Orchestra
An amazing performance by the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra on unusual bottle instruments.

Dec 14, 2008, 19:40 PST

Unusual Musical Performances
Ode to a Ford
This unusual orchestral performance makes you look at cars in an entirely different light. Each of the instruments was created from a different part of a Ford.

Dec 14, 2008, 19:24 PST


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