Vuvuzela music

Thursday, July 1, 2010

Actual music. Check out this Vuvuzela band playing Brahms' Symphony no. 1 and Ravel's Bolero:

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3 comentarii:

roberto said...

this is outrageous propaganda! the Devil's horn cannot, should not and must not be portrayed as a musical instrument that can actually can perform anything but endless, annoying drones. Seriously, we're longing for the World Cup to be over so we can forget about the VZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ, don't we? there's this nice iphone game called Vuvuzela Whacker where you actually get to beat the people playing them in the head. it's a reliever.

Aerial said...

@roberto Thats absolute rubbish!

It is not just BZZZZZ or Tooooot... The vuvuzela as a musical instrument is almost as versatile as the saxophone. It is not my fault when so many fools can't play it.

You can play real melodies and many different timbres on it. To learn more, read the Vuvuzela Music FAQ.


Unknown said...

Every culture has the similar instrument, for example trembita in the Carpathian Mountains, and trembita also is used in instrumental orchestra

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