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“The Zombie Kitten Apocalypse”, by Cyriak.
Musicians are always saying that their compositions ‘come from the heart’, but in the case of the Heart Chamber Orchestra (HCO), this is literally true. The orchestra starts out with no musical score. The musicians wear ECG sensors and a computer monitors the state of the 12 hearts in real time. Software analyses the data and generates (in real time) a musical score which changes depending on their heart rates. This musical score is displayed on a screen in front of each of the musicians for them to play. While the musicians are playing, their heartbeats influence and change the composition and vice versa, creating a virtuous circle. Via
Burger King’s first “musical shower seat” in Japan. Bring you iPod/iPhone and create your own “sound-spot”. Via
‘Sound of glass’ is a musical instrument created by korean artist bohyun yoon which creates a variety of different sounds when played with. the helmet is a single piece of molded glass that has a concave recess on its underside and a hallow ring around the top with a single spout. the helmet can be filled with water and produces sounds when rubbed tapped or poured into another helmet. Via
Love the gypsy music from this NY band.
To everyone’s surprise, the Prince really slayed it – exposing an unsuspecting audience to his most-recognizable act: Figaro’s Largo al Factotum aria from The Barber of Seville. A dazzling vision in a green satin frock, powdered wig, and white stilettos, he sang to first cautious, then thunderous applause and a profusion of praise from the judges. Via