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Bus Station Sonata

For the people of Newcastle it doesn’t take much to play Beethoven. Press a few keys here and there and voilà, a beautifully orchestrated sonata. I mean, I guess it does help to have someone else playing all the tough parts for you, but hey it’s still beautiful. This took place in the Haymarket Bus Station in Newcastle England and was funded by The Arts Council of England and Nexus Art.

-Thanks Anton 


In my pre-k class, they played Moonlight Sonata every day during naptime. I was the only kid in class who just didn't nap. I wasn't sleepy, and couldn't understand why they forced me to lay on a foam mat and stay silent for what seemed like an eternity. I grew to loathe Moonlight Sonata, because it signified torture to me. I think, in my subconscious, somewhere, this video redeemed the song a little bit.
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