While musicians have often produced melodies with xylophones in glass bottles, taking sound science to a whole new level, a group of Japanese musicians created the William Tell Overture with a combination of toy train and bottle. No less than 130 members of AKB48, a Japanese idol theater group made up entirely of women, recreated the most popular overture of William Tell, by Gioachino Rossini is one of 39 operas that first practiced the intricate notes of the bottle on the piano, then passed it. with a toy train and bottle placements.
In a 45-second streak shared by Rex Chapman on Twitter, which has now racked up nearly 1.5 million views, group AKB48 performs the magnificent percussion aria in one of Japan’s biggest pop groups. First of all, one of the members of the group resonated with the tunes on the glass bottles, following which, a fleeing toy train drags in the middle of the glass bottles, successively causing the musical notes of the ‘opening. The clip originally aired on Japanese TV in 2017 and was shared on the Dynamite Music Facebook page, and has resurfaced again. âHow do you tune bottles,â the music center wrote in the caption.
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Opening of a “musical magic”
âWhen you fill a bottle with water, its mass increases, causing it to vibrate at a slower speed. The slower vibrations create slower sound waves, which our ears listen to as a lower note, âthe center explained. Further, he added, “The bottles in this video would each have been filled to an exact level and it would have taken centuries to put them in place.” I think you’ll find out that’s the Lone Ranger theme song, âwrote one commuter, appreciating the band’s talent. Sharing another similar video, in which a man can be seen rollerblading next to strategically placed bottles, one commenter wrote: “Slightly different approach”. Many others shared spectacular images of the technique calling the group’s opening âmusical magicâ.
Many of us are familiar with The Lone Ranger TV show. The theme song is the fourth movement of William Tell’s Overture, offering a frenzied gallop. It was composed by the Italian Gioachino Rossini for the opera William Tell in 1829. He was then 38 years old.
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