I refuse to listen. I am working on that and Jesu Joy on the guitar, and I am doing enough damage to these classics as it is.
Ack! -- to quote Bill the Cat. Clearly someone with waaaay too much time on their hands and the same reverence for Pachelbel's Canon as do I. But full points for cleverness.
That was different!
Eh, it was okay. Id like to see one of train horns performing Free Bird. THAT would be something!
I'd like to see a RR add all those horns to their engines, hook them up to a small keyboard, and teach their engineers how to read sheet music. Imagine how creative they could get when they see rail fans along their route. LOL
Wish I had that much free time.....
Hey M.Mitchell Marmel...you, sir, are responsible for my mile wide smile and making my ribs hurt from laughing pretty hard!😂😂😂
Thanks SO much....made my day!
LOVE IT !!!!!!!
I liked it! It's one of those things that can't be unseen or unheard...Thank you for finding this.
I tune pipe organs for a living. That was like fingernails on a chalk board to my ears. This years pre-Christmas tuning season has my nerves pretty frazzled. That video may just put me over the edge.
Me too Tom, freelance trombonist here. I bet you've come across some chamades that sounded like that!
Only from Mitch, fun to listen to. ONCE!!!!
A Masterwork! I just wish it was played with American horns!
Done with american horns,and a hancock 4700...for the fun of it!