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Jingle Wrenches

Wrenches of all different sizes are dropped on a cement garage floor, producing different notes. Drop them in the right order and you’ll get a song or two, as demonstrated by Minnesota realtor Brandon Anderson. Jingle Wrenches!

Listen to these two holiday-themed songs played on wrenches We Wish You a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year, above, and Jingle Bells, below.


jingle wrenches
Next, watch Beethoven’s Ninth on a Toolbox Glockenspiel.

Plus: A bagpipes and saw waltz: A música portuguesa a gostar dela própria and Tape Tapping with Open Reel Ensemble.

Bonus: What does ‘Auld Lang Syne’ mean?

via Laughing Squid.

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