Saturday, January 16, 2016

Mashed Classics

If you haven't seen this yet, you really, really want to take a look. It's absolutely brilliant.

While it starts out fairly simply, with just two composers, by the time you reach the end, there are four different lines, two treble and two bass, representing four different composers. The changes of keys and time signatures is staggering, yet the whole piece flows as if it were purposely written by a single composer.

1 comment:

melissa said...

Oddest thing. I got so agitated listening to it, actually had to turn it off. What do you make of that?