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Haggis@wk wrote:What would You Tube be without [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9GhT4xMG-dM]bored insane Icelandic snowmobilers?[/url] If you tell me your heart wasn't in your mouth on the second one......
jamiebk wrote: I surely thought that the guy was going to back-slide. sheesh
BigJon wrote:Here are some videos I've discovered recently that I've been playing over and over again. First is a cool visual representation of some famous classical works. I'll let them speak for themselves. Bach's Little Fugue, Toccata and Fugue and Organ Trio Sonata. My kids and I love watching the Toccata and Fugue over and over again. It's not Animusic, but it it is fascinating. Here is the guy's website. Check out the Tapper.
Next is a neoclassical cello piece. I love the first part, the second part is just OK, but it is the video editing that sets these apart. The piece is supposed to be a daydream, and the editing helps set the mood. The editing is done by a young video composing genius from Norway named Lasse Gjertsen. If you've ever seen his videos called Hyperactive or Amateur where he filmed himself making individual notes of a musical piece then edited them together to make everything happen in time, you know he has a great sense of humor and timing.
The last is just an interesting take on Mozart on the electric bass. The kid is no virtuoso yet, but he shows potential and has a lot of fun with it.
Unusual that the video stopped well before the song.
I wasn't all that impressed with the singing, but then it was an internet download, and I don't expect quality from them.
I might add that on the vinyl I have of the British folk songs, Nana Mouskouri sounds excellent.
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