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    Lego Harpsichord

    Seeing the entries for cardboard bass and laser hapr reminded me of this old favourite:

    http://www.henrylim.org/Harpsichord.html

    Do go there if you haven't yet. Be sure to listen to the mp3 file.

    Enjoy!

    Terry

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    Talking Re: Lego Harpsichord

    ...and as somebody told us: "...Bach music is so good, even if played with cans and glasses...".

    A Lego harpsichord is not so bad, then, playing Goldberg Air...

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    Re: Lego Harpsichord

    Fabio,

    You surely don't think that Bach survived that performance?

    Terry

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    Re: Lego Harpsichord

    Amazing this lego-chord can make music. Taking it appart and re-assembling for the next gig must take forever.

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    Re: Lego Harpsichord

    So Gary, is this going to be included in GPOA? It would be an essential part of every composer/arranger's toolbox


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    Re: Lego Harpsichord

    Quote Originally Posted by rpearl
    So Gary, is this going to be included in GPOA? It would be an essential part of every composer/arranger's toolbox
    It just may be in the GLO library - the Lego Orchestra.


    Here is Darth Vader conducting LEGO Orchestra of Storm Troopers playing John Williams score

    Click Here (direct link to QuickTime movie file)



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    Re: Lego Harpsichord

    Quote Originally Posted by Garritan
    It just may be in the GLO library - the Lego Orchestra.


    Here is Darth Vader conducting LEGO Orchestra of Storm Troopers playing John Williams score

    Click Here (direct link to QuickTime movie file)


    Impressive!

    Is Darth still accepting conducting students?

    Although his technique appears derivative of Seiji Ozawa,
    I expect he'd make an excellent teacher...

    David
    www.DavidSosnowski.com
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