Bet you’ve never heard The Super Mario Brothers video game theme this way before! Eran Amir from Israel stopped 300 random passers-by and asked them to sing one note each. He then put their, uh, beautiful voices together in one melodic song and it’s pretty awesome. Check out the video here!
Remember the guy who shot “500 People in 100 Seconds”? Eran Amir is at it again with yet another viral video! This time, instead of shooting hundreds of people holding up photos in a stop-motion film, he shot hundreds of people singing in a harmonious film!
Behold, The Human Piano!
More than 300 random people on the streets of Israel, each repeating one single note, creating together one harmonious melody. No Auto-tune was used in the making of this video. Many many thanks to everyone who took part in this project!!!
This video proves that anyone can carry a tune. One tune, that is! ;-)
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