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4 Levels Of Mario Music

From beginner to expert level, this 4 Levels Of Mario Music video by violinist Rob Landes demonstrates four skill levels of violin-playing through the lens of Super Mario Bros music. The elite level includes sound effects and a visual from the video game. Music and sound effects for the franchise were originally created by Japanese music composer Koji Kondo.

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Next: Nine animal sounds and Super Mario World sound effects created with a violin, Stop-Motion Paper Mario, and Super Mario Bros. on a marimba with four mallets.

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Thanks, Mike.

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