This is really great, but can someone answer this question: why do all the
"pro" melodica players play one-handed like this and not two-handed with
the hookah-type hose thingee? A whole hand is being utilized merely to hold
up the instrument, seems like it would go to better use if it actually
played the thing. From my own perspective, I also can't see the keys from
that angle very well, either. Maybe there's a good reason and I just can't
figure it out.
This is fantastic.
*Such a Strange Instrument*
what are the notes?
Dude got skillz! So far there's only 2 people who get it done w/ the
Melodica The Japanese guy that looks like hes having a seizure & this man.
No offense to the Japanese fellow he has true passion 4 music. This guys
got the passion of a true musician too. Plus he doesn't take himself 2
seriously. For me it takes 3 ingredients. The artist, the instrument & the
passion. When your souls wrapped up in the music, magic happens. I could
picture this guy playing other instruments, easily. Peace~
I counted 33
What's better: Pan Flute or Melodica?
Cool!!!!! Wish I could do that!
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i hate you.
amazing wonderful mind
This guy is too cool for his own good.
sé mi abuelo!
@toonmunger : cool , thanks for the notes .
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Tutorial would be nice
Played down a 5th?
did anyone else start snapping after the song ended? :D
I like how you added dynamic contrast in your playing. Ive listened to
other video's on YouTube and it sounds really bland if you don't add any
texture to it.
hi what are the keys you are using to play this song ? thanks
Brilliant and at the same time disturbing...I enjoyed it!
Not all melodicas have a nice tone. The one in this video is the Angel 32
key, a mid-priced instrument. A Hohner will sound as good and the tuning
will probably be more precise, for this the price is a little more. The
best one is the Hohner Piano Melodica which has all high spec parts and is
hand-tuned, for this one expect to pay a price fitting a quality
instrument. As for longer models, I believe that Yamaha make one that spans
4 octaves or more and that is very expensive.