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The Glass Armonica, Benjamin Franklin’s 1761 invention

The glass armonica is truly one of the strangest musical instruments in the world. Invented by founding father Benjamin Franklin, the concept is the same as rubbing the tip of your finger around a wine glass to make a...

Super Mario Bros. on a marimba with four mallets

Percussionist, tap dancer, pianist, and teacher Aaron DeWayne helps these video game tunes escape from their 8-bit blips and bleeps as he plays them on marimba with four mallets. The Overworld and Underworld themes ar...

Escape, a science fiction animated short from Moonbot Studios

Escape is a science fiction animated short from Moonbot Studios, branded content for their client Dolby Laboratories. It premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival as a demonstration of the company's surround sound and im...

Sometimes I’m Happy (Sometimes I’m Blue) – Sarah Vaughan

Recorded for Mercury Records on July 9, 1958 in Sweden, this is Sometimes I'm Happy (Sometimes I'm Blue) performed by jazz royalty Sarah Vaughan. From Jazziz Magazine: Born on March 27, 1924, the daughter of a carp...

Bicycle Bell Tree by Lullatone

Listen as Lullatone's "Make Believe Melody" is played on a toy bell tree sitting on the back of a bicycle. Lullatone is a celebrated indie "pajama pop" music duo, Shawn James Seymour and Yoshimi Tomida, based in Nagoy...

Music in Objects: Bicycles, paper, & oats make new songs

By recording the sounds from everyday objects—a light switch, a microwave, jellybeans falling into a bowl, ice in a glass, oats, a bicycle—and then tweaking those sounds with digital effects, sound designer Matthew Si...

Selections from Image: 20 Children’s Songs for Marimba

Vic Firth is "a stick company" that specializes in drum sticks, brushes, wands, mallets, and more. Their promotional performance videos, a growing set of their Marimba Literature Library videos, feature products and m...

What’s The Name Of That Song? – Sesame Street

La-di-da-di-dum, la-di-da-di-dum, What's the name of that song? David, Bob, Susan, Gordon, Maria, Bert, Herry Monster, Luis, Oscar, The Count, and Mr. Hooper try to remember in episode 0666 of Sesame Street. This late...

That Cello Guy: The multi-screen performances of Cremaine Booker

First performed by Arturo Toscanini and the NBC Symphony Orchestra in a 1938 radio broadcast, and now beautifully arranged for this multi-screen video performance from 2016: Adagio for Strings (1936) by Samuel Barber,...

Ben Vereen sings Pure Imagination on The Muppet Show (1977)

Watch actor, dancer, and singer Ben Vereen try to cheer up Droop with some Pure Imagination, a song from Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory (1971). They're also joined by some unusual creatures. The performance is fr...

Electromechanical instruments + rocks: Rock Band

Listen to The Beatles' Here Comes the Sun played with rocks that are being thrown, slapped, and vibrated by electromechanical instruments. This is Rock Band, a project created by Neil Mendoza as a part of Autodesk's a...

Classical Music Mashup II: 52 classical pieces from 31 composers

Tchaikovsky, Mozart, Verdi, Mendelssohn, Bach, Grieg, and many more composers' little heads can be seen in this Classical Music Mashup II by Grant Woolard, a follow up to his previous Classical Music Mashup. This ...

Katie Melua’s Perfect World, a wintry adventure

From award-winning directors Karni and Saul, watch as a mother and child brave the winter landscape, facing fairy tale-like dangers, challenges, and magical snow slides together. The story is the background for Katie ...

A sonata played on the earliest known surviving piano

What does the earliest known surviving piano sound like? Courtesy of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, listen to the 'Giga' of Sonata number 6 in B flat major, played by professional keyboard player and music producer D...

The Elements with 4 new elements – Helen Arney

There are four new elements on the Periodic Table: Nihonium (Nh), Moscovium (Mc), Tennessine (Ts), and Oganesson (Og) for elements 113, 115, 117, and 118 respectively. The International Union of Pure and Applied Chemi...

Aretha Franklin sings Won’t Be Long (1964)

Singer, songwriter, and musician Aretha Franklin was just 22 years old when she sang 'Won't Be Long' on The Steve Allen show in 1964. Today, of course, she's known as The Queen of Soul: Franklin has won a total of...

Bach, Prelude in C-sharp major, WTC I, BWV 848, animated

Performed by Kimiko Ishizaka and accompanied by Stephen Malinowski's Music Animation Machine score, enjoy the prelude in C-sharp major from the first book of Johann Sebastian Bach's Well-Tempered Clavier.

The Müpa Budapest Sound Machine, the world’s largest music box

Music box + hamster wheel + Hungary = the Harry Potter Theme Song (Hedwig's Theme), The Nutcracker, Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2, and three other songs. Powered by walking and perfected with hand-punched holes in 8.5m...

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