A Chinese student at a music concert in Taipei, Taiwan, plays the “Super Mario Bros.” theme on an ancient wind instrument called the sheng. Even though she is playing with a modern variant of the sheng, the different notes she can make is still amazing.
James Covenant, a video editor and video game designer, combines clips from “Star Trek: The Next Generation” to make Captain Jean-Luc Picard sing “Let it Snow”. Other characters from the show also join in and “sing”.
At Ryan and Shannon’s KS95 for Kids Radiothon in Bloomington, Minnesota, a crowd of over 5,000 people gathers to sing “Clouds” by Zach Sobiech. Zach passed away at the age of 18 from a rare form of cancer, but his legacy continues with this tribute.
Casey Abay is a construction worker with an incredible gift for music. He performs his original song, “Down Low” during a work break.
Puddles is a 7 foot tall sad clown with a voice like Tom Jones
Mark Sidney Johnson leads us through the journey of the Electric Guitar Solo. With 28 songs spanning over 50 years, this medley takes a look at the ever evolving roll of the guitar solo in western pop music.
After the music video C2C – Fuya, the director Francis Cutter is back with ‘Flynt & Orelsan – Mon Pote’. The idea of the video is a humorous tribute to classic films talking about friendship. References to 20 films such as Pulp Fiction, Fight Club and La Haine are to be found in the following video.
Michael Province, violinist aged 15, and Nathan Chan, cellist aged 16, jam out some good ol’ Beatles. Filmed at the Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music in Singapore.
Skrillex – Scary Monsters And Nice Sprites.
Arranged and performed by Igor Presnyakov
The Barenaked Ladies, a children’s choir, and the commander of the International Space Station. Put them together and what do you get? The first space-to-earth musical collaboration.
The song, I.S.S. (Is Somebody Singing) was commissioned by CBCMusic.ca and The Coalition for Music Education with the Canadian Space Agency to celebrate music education in schools across Canada.