Artist and inventor Martin Molin built a custom-designed music box and modular synth violin, which he calls a ‘modulin’, and performs an original song that he also composed.
Molin gained popularity earlier this year with another incredible musical instrument invention, a handmade music box powered by 2,000 marbles. You can watch it in action here.
Read more: http://twistedsifter.com/videos/artist-builds-custom-music-box-and-modular-synth-violin/
We all know the tune.G Britaneydecided to have some fun with her violin, so she covered the car alarm ‘song’ in this trending video that was posted in 2010.
Read more: http://www.viralviralvideos.com/2016/01/20/girl-imitates-car-alarm-on-violin/
Traveling the world with a piano not far behind him, Dotan Negrin loves to set up shop on city streets to stop passersby in their tracks.
After six years of traveling, he brought his piano back to New York City where it all began in 2010, but this time, he wasn’t alone. A musician by the name of Ada Pasternak was sitting on the curb nearby when Negrin had an awesome idea. Why not ask her to join him?
The two of them took everyone’s breath away with their impromptu street performance.
Say what you want about the internet, but I’m personally pretty excited that it lets us enjoy moments like these no matter where we are.
Read more: http://www.viralnova.com/violin-sidewalk/
It’s nice to see kids these days getting along and also doing something productive with their lives. Jonny Mizzone, age 8, rocks the banjo, and is backed up by his brothers, Robbie, age 12, on fiddle, and Tommy, age 13, on guitar. Together they make some serious Blue Grass tunes.
Read more: http://www.viralviralvideos.com/2011/05/10/three-brothers-play-blue-grass/
A crowd of people walking through a shopping area had no idea the musical treat they were in for.
In a video posted online by violinist and YouTube celebrity, Lindsey Stirling, she completely stuns a crowd of bystanders with a spontaneous performance of her hit song Master of Tides. Her surprise performance was powered by 25 wireless speakers set around the area and captured on 15 hidden cameras.
Watch it here below:
(Source: Lindsey Stirling)
Lindsey has performed countless song covers and arrangements on her violin, but this is one of the most magical. Involving others in her gift was a wonderful idea. Share this magical performance with your friends below.
Read more: http://viralnova.com/violin-flash-mob/
Lindseystomp is an online musician like no other. For her latest hit, she went to the Ice Castles in Colorado to film her violin dubstep music video. The video is featured on YouTubeTrends.
Read more: http://www.viralviralvideos.com/2012/02/23/dubstep-violin/
Prominent YouTube violinist Lindsey Stirling has just debuted her newest original piece, titled Minimal Beat.
The music video features Lindsey travelling and playing her violin at famous landmarks and beautiful landscapes around the world.
Read more: http://www.viralviralvideos.com/2013/11/17/minimal-beat-music-video-by-lindsey-stirling/
Popular violinist Lindsey Stirling teamed up with self-taught blind pianist Kuha’o Case for her latest music video.
Together, they perfectly blend their talents to cover the timeless classic Oh Come, Emmanuel.
Read more: http://www.viralviralvideos.com/2013/12/05/oh-come-emmanuel-cover-by-lindsey-stirling-and-kuhao-case/
Popular online violinist Lindsey Stomp teamed up with fan favorite vocalist group Pentatonix to create a new music video of epic proportions.
They chose to cover the newly popular hit by Imagine Dragons, titled Radioactive, and have already scooped up over 49,000 likes and over 290,000 views.
Read more: http://www.viralviralvideos.com/2013/03/13/radioactive-cover-by-lindsey-stirling-and-pentatonix/
World famous jazz pianist Dave Brubeck was playing a piano recital in Moscow, Russia at the Moscow Conservatory during the 1980′s when he was asked to improvise “Ei, uhnem,” a Russian folk song. After a minute of playing, a young man in the audience took out his violin and just started playing with the world famous musician. Brubeck smiled and the two played a gorgeous improvised piece together with music as their only language to communicate with. The vintage video that was posted online 2007 has suddenly gone viral now for unexplained reasons.
Read more: http://www.viralviralvideos.com/2012/01/12/audience-member-starts-playing-violin-in-middle-of-dave-brubeck-piano-concert-in-moscow/