Grab Bag Archives

Each week we scour the web for fun and entertaining videos relating to classical music. Do you have a suggestion for a Grab Bag video? Send it to [email protected].



Two women perform an exhausting rendition of Bach's Toccata & Fugue on a giant floor keyboard


A chorus of 10,000 in Osaka Japan sing Ode to Joy from Beethoven's 9th Symphony


A chorus of 10,000 in Osaka Japan sing Ode to Joy from Beethoven's 9th Symphony


An amazing stop motion animation of the entire 3rd Movement of Beethoven's Moonlight Sonata on ukelele.


The Guinness World Record of most instruments used in a piece of music was 315 and was achieved by Rupam Sarmah (India) and his team, performing a symphony composed and directed by Rupam Sarmah at Jorhat Sports Complex, Assam, India, on 24 February 2013.


An imaginative dance piece choreographed by Mark Morris, "Polka" is set to music by Lou Harrison.


Mnozil Brass is an Austrian brass septet performs one of their skits 'Brass Band Multitasker'


Justin Bieber's Beauty and a Beat, arranged by Steve Pycroft, and performed by countertenor Robin Blaze and the University of York Baroque Orchestra and Chamber Choir.


Patrick Hadley plays a 5 chord progression improvised on an African instrument known as a mbira


A preview of the upcoming adorable event, Baby Einstein on the Beach presented by Next Wave Festival and BAM Education

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