Connor Going wanted to form a quartet but couldn’t find the necessary talent in Glasgow. So he turned to the only singer he knew: himself. Using a combination of technology and great timing, Going simultaneously performs all four roles of a quartet, Tenor I, Tenor II, Baritone and Bass. The result is a quartet made up of just one person singing the classic ‘When The Saints Go Marching In’. Credit: Connor Going.
Isn't this just oozing talent?
Last Edit: Sept 10, 2013 13:10:21 GMT -1 by Whisker
The Game of the Century (Chess for Two Percussionists)
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Published on Aug 14, 2013 The famous game played in 1956 between Donald Byrne (White), and 13-year-old Bobby Fischer (Black), arranged for two percussionists. The moves are entirely accurate to the original game, and the rhythms coincide with the flow and strategy.
Recorded at the Interlochen Summer Arts Camp, 2013
Written and performed by Connor Shafran and Eric Poe
Am loving it!
Last Edit: Sept 10, 2013 13:07:35 GMT -1 by Whisker