Julie Andrews and Gene Kelly play The Tapping Game… and they sing and dance, because when you have Julie Andrews and Gene Kelly on stage together, that’s what happens. This clip is from a 1965 Thanksgiving weekend variety special called The Julie Andrews Show.
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How does the space that you’re making music in change the sound of the music? French drummer Julien Audigier, Audio Zero, and Wikidrummers put this video together to demonstrate the “natural echoes and decay patterns” of drums in different environments. No artificial reverb added.
via The Awesomer.
Hang out in London’s public spaces where urban table tennis is growing in popularity and helping to bring people together in a spontaneous way. Kauri Multimedia and the International Table Tennis Federation present Ralliers.
Previously from Kauri: lighthouse keeper Leonardo Da Costa.
The cdza music team is at it again with the second episode of their series The Instrumentals: Intro to Drums. After introducing the drum set, drummer Allan Mednard compares and contrasts two kinds of rhythms: rock and jazz.
It’s a great series and fun to narrate for pre-readers; the kids’ only suggestion is that we should be much closer to Allan and the drums. Play this full screen HD to see some details of what he’s playing and how.
via Boing Boing.
Follow it up with Jerry Lewis and his invisible typewriter.