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GlassDuo's Incredible Tchaikovsky Melody Made Completely From Empty Wine Glasses2m36s

GlassDuo's Incredible Tchaikovsky Melody Made Completely From Empty Wine Glasses

GlassDuo plays the glass harp - very rare and extraordinary instrument. It's the only glass music group in Poland, one of a very few professional ensembles in the world. Musicians play in duo and with various chamber ensembles, even symphony orchestras. GlassDuo's instrument is the biggest professional glass harp in the world. Created from ordinary wine glasses by the GlassDuo, the biggest glass harp in the world has been heard at many prestigious festivals. The GlassDuo's instrument is inspiring and spectacular. It's always a singularly unique event when an instrument made from wine glasses appears on the scene. This one amazing video from them as they are performing absolutely phenomenal glass harp cover of 'Sugar Plum Fairy' by Tchaikovsky. Amazing! We have great news for you also! If you are fascinated from them as we are then you will be glad to hear that they have a workshop where you can learn this kind of instrument they run workshops in many places in Poland, the USA, Great Britain and the United Arab Emirates. Would you be interested? GlassDuo concerts are always a chance to experience unusual tones, uniquely arranged musical pieces, and above all the presence of the artists themselves, as they pursue their dreams and passions in such an unconventional way. GlassDuo has taken their glass harp, the largest in the world to the farthest corners of the globe. They’ve played for audiences of all sizes, numbering from the tens to the thousands, for residents of small towns to dignitaries and heads of state. Amazing! https://m.facebook.com/GlassHarp.GlassDuo/

GlassDuo
Published: April 2, 20181,283 plays$2.76 earned
Talented Man Plays Classic Club Song On Honking Toy Octopus51s

Talented Man Plays Classic Club Song On Honking Toy Octopus

This is the amazing video featuring the creative moment when a man gives fun rendition of ‘Insomnia’ by Faithless played on a Lamaze Octotunes. Check out this humorous cover of the classic club song and feel the groove. Awesome! A curious video has emerged of a talented man producing music out of a squeaky toy, by pushing on a honking octopus! This creative man plays Faithless' classic club song 'Insomnia' on his Lamaze Octotunes, which is a honking octopus toy, making for incredibly sweet squeaky tunes. Great job! Watch as the he uses his squeaky toy to perform the classic hit that we all very well recognized as soon as he started pushing them tentacles. He gets right into the music, squeaking away in what sounds like an instrumental solo performance, making the octopus shine bright in the spotlight! This video is guaranteed to brighten up your day! This octopus toy is actually designed for babies and serves as an educational toy to help them develop motor skills while entertaining them with interesting, squeaky sounds. This soft octopus toy teaches baby imaginative play and hand-eye coordination. The bright contrasting colors and patterns stimulate baby’s vision, while the different textures help develop motor skills. Therefore, these great features allow babies to learn and develop while having fun playing. In addition, a different note is played as you squeeze each tentacle of the octopus, making it fun for adults too. This fun video, is the perfect example of that! In this video, we witness the fun moment when one talented man decides to give a squeaky octopus another purpose, using the toy as an improvised musical instrument! What did you think of this unusual rendition of the classical club hit? Did you like it, or think it is too much? Let us know in the comment section down below!

MattRoberts
Published: March 28, 2018470 plays$1.25 earned
Five-Year-Old Piano Prodigy Puts On Amazing Performance 2m29s

Five-Year-Old Piano Prodigy Puts On Amazing Performance

There are many videos featuring little boys or girls showing their incredible talent, but still, seeing this five-year-old boy play the piano keyboard with such mastery at such young age is truly amazing! Meet Evan Le, the piano genius. He was born on May 31, 2011, in Torrance, CA, and got his first-ever piano lesson in December 2014, when he was three years old. Two years of practice make up for this stunning video that you are about to witness! It is incredible that only after two years of formal training this little master can do amazing things with on the piano. Watch as Evan rehearses for his recital which will be held in Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam. The young tot plays Chopin’s Minute Waltz to pure perfection. At the beginning of this clip, the piano prodigy sits calmly in front of the piano before him, staring directly at the keyboard. He sits several moments in silence, deeply concentrating on the instrument. Moments later, he sweeps one of his little hands across the keys and launches into a stunning performance, channeling the great Chopin himself. Incredible! The little genius completes his performance with flying colors, much to our delight! Then, he rests his hands on his thighs and keeps it cool. The new star is born! Born to parents who do not have any background in music, Evan's musical journey was not planned. Besides having perfect pitch, Evan reads and memorizes music pieces incredibly fast. Above all else, Evan loves to compose. His parents inform that even before he started piano lessons, he would come to the piano many times during the day and play his own tunes with both hands. Whenever he wanted to show his piano skills to others he always insisted on playing his own music rather than music pieces he's learned. Reportedly, this passion to create continues to this day! Subscribe: http://bit.ly/EvanLe Five Year Old Evan Le Plays Chopin Chopin Minute Waltz (Op. 64, No. 1) by Evan Le

This Kid Could Become The Next Great Irish Country Music Star2m28s

This Kid Could Become The Next Great Irish Country Music Star

This 14-year-old boy called Owen Mac presents his incredible singing abilities from his home in Northern Ireland. With a microphone in his hands and fashionable haircut, ‘on stage’ in is his living room, this boy sings a traditional Irish song which makes him even more miraculous because traditional Irish music is not that easy to get into. But he does that with such an easiness and the sound of his voice is so mellow that one can listen to it without a break. The room is full of love, the beloved ones are photographed and put up on the walls that only adds up to the positive vibrations of the place. Owen is well on his way to becoming a sensation in Ireland as he magnificently covers this incredible song. His angelic voice instantly captures one’s attention and his ability to charm the audience with his Irish songs is something to behold. We are sure that this boy is destined to become a great star in the world of music and we are sure that he would perform a duet at a tribute concert with some famous names from the music industry one day. He must be grateful for such rich and powerful and yet calm and steady voice just as his audience is very happy and thankful for his gift. We are confident that Owen will have a full Cd for all of us to purchase before too long and no doubt the news will be all over the Internet. Keep up the great work Owen. Everyone is so proud of you!

Alfie
Published: February 22, 201877,558 views
This Five-Year-Old Singing A Sinatra Classic Is A Delight For The Ears1m48s

This Five-Year-Old Singing A Sinatra Classic Is A Delight For The Ears

He was regarded as “the greatest singer of the 20th century” by music critics and fellow musicians. The golden voice that was Frank Sinatra continues to live on through his legacy, although some might consider his music to be an “acquired taste”. Not many would say they know the lyrics of his songs, if it isn’t “My Way”. but if we were to ask this five-year-old girl, we would bet that she knows every single Sinatra by heart and she can sing them too! This sweet little girl is talented beyond her years. Not only can 5-year-old Sophie Fatu sing, but she has a special place in her heart for the classics. In fact, Frank Sinatra is one of her favorite singers. This legendary musician had so many hits in his career, it is hard to pick just one iconic song. Through the years, all sorts of musicians have covered this song, but little Sophie's performance of 'Moon River' tops them all. We love how she steps onto that stage with such confidence and belts out this classic, timeless tune! Not only can sweet Sophie sing, but she has a special place in her heart for classics. In another heartwarming video, the talented young girl sings another classic from Frank Sinatra. The footage of five-year-old Sophie singing "Fly Me To The Moon" will leave you speechless! But Sophie isn’t the only kid on the Internet with a deep love for Sinatra. Six-year-old Archie and his dad Matt love to belt out Sinatra duets while riding in the car! Go check them out.

vickyfatu
Published: December 16, 2017265,748 views
Man Impersonating TV Character Tries To Sing With His Hank Hill Voice41s

Man Impersonating TV Character Tries To Sing With His Hank Hill Voice

A spot on impression of Hank Hill character from King of the Hill series is trying to sing 'Soul to Squeeze' song, by Red Hot Chili Peppers. Well, it's not really Hank Hill from 'King Of the Hill' but this guy does an epic impression of his voice. This man called Caleb is doing the Hank voice singing along to Soul to Squeeze by the Chili Peppers and it might be the best version of "Soul To Squeeze" you have ever heard! Watch as he makes funny comments, mocking the lyrics of this song! Hilarious! Hank’s character is known for singing popular songs in the series, so this man decided to make a rendition of one Red Hot Chili Peppers’ song, sitting on the back seat of a car. A guy tries to impersonate Hank Hill, imitating his voice, singing from the back seat of a car, giving some Hank Hill character to the song. He goes like: “I've got a bad disease But from my brain is where I bleed. Insanity it seems Has got me by my soul to squeeze” Hank Hill is a fictional character and the main protagonist on the Fox animated television series King of the Hill. He lives in the fictional town of Arlen, Texas with his family and works as the assistant manager of a local branch of Strickland Propane, where he sells "Propane and Propane Accessories". He likes to drink beer in the alley behind his house with his friends. He is voiced by series creator Mike Judge. The Economist described Hank Hill as one of the wisest people on television, and in 1997 Texas Monthly included him on its annual list of the most influential Texans. Hank's idol is Outlaw Country singer Willie Nelson, despite multiple differences between the personalities and lifestyles of the two, and he also plays a 1963 Guild Solid Top acoustic guitar named Betsy in his Bluegrass band. Hank is a fan of Country and Bluegrass music.

Five-Year-Old Sings Wonderful Rendition Of Classic Hymn1m45s

Five-Year-Old Sings Wonderful Rendition Of Classic Hymn

Every kid is special in their own way, but we hope you will let us say that Sophie Fatu is by far the most special little girl online! The little girl can sing, and we mean really sing! She has become famous for her spotless renditions of Frank Sinatra classics like “My Way”, “Moon River” and “Fly Me To the Moon”. She has proven herself time and again for her amazing vibrato, which she practises constantly. But no good talent should ever allow themselves to stick to just one genre and that is exactly what sweet Vicky did. This is a clip of her singing “Mary Did You Know”, a classic Christmas hymn, accompanied by her mom Victoria, an award winning concert pianist and singer. The two form an impeccable harmony while singing together and it sends chills down our spines! We now know who did little Sophie gets both her looks and her talents from! She has such a bright and promising future ahead of her. "Mary, Did You Know?" is a Christmas song with lyrics written by Mark Lowry and music written by Buddy Greene. It was originally recorded by Christian recording artist Michael English on his self-titled debut solo album in 1991. While you are here, you just have to give this a Capella group a listen. They, too, perform this amazing song, but without musical accompaniment and in a beautiful chapel. Astounding!

vickyfatu
Published: December 5, 201755,836 views
4-Year-Old Sings Frank Sinatra's 'My Way' In This Cute Music Video2m40s

4-Year-Old Sings Frank Sinatra's 'My Way' In This Cute Music Video

This sweet little girl is talented beyond her years. Not only can 4-year-old Sophie Fatu sing, but she has a special place in her heart for the classics. In fact, Frank Sinatra is one of her favorite singers. This legendary musician had so many hits in his career, it is hard to pick just one iconic song. Through the years, all sorts of musicians have covered this song, but little Sophie's performance of 'My Way' tops them all. We love how she steps onto that stage with such confidence and belts out this classic, timeless tune. You can really tell that Sophie loves to sing with each and every note. As the song progresses, her voice gets more power, and she starts expressing the emotion of the song with her arms. Can you recognize the body language? There's something about little children singing with all their might that touches a special place in my heart. Who else could listen to this little cutie all day? It’s not always a case these days for young kids to be Sinatra fans, let alone know the lyrics. But tiny Sophie isn’t the only youngster who loves Sinatra. This kid is only 6, yet he loves to sing the jazz hit "Me and My Shadow". Watching little Archie belt out “Like the wallpaper sticks to the wall" made us shiver with astonishment, but when dad Matt joins in, it dawned us – this is actually a song about the two of them! That is just amazing!

vickyfatu
Published: November 13, 2017854,860 views