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Mii Channel theme music with four violas

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Musician and video game enthusiast Beanzo covers Nintendo’s Mii Channel theme music with this four viola cover, then levels it up with some fun teleportation tricks… or some video editing.

The piece was originally written by Japanese video game composer Kazumi Totaka. Find the viola arrangement sheet music here. Or hear the original on Hook Theory.

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Next: Four levels of Mario Music, Super Mario Bros. on a marimba with four mallets, and Player: Piano’s Tetris Theme.

via The Awesomer.

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