A Creative Rendition of Mozart’s Turkish March Played Entirely With Canned Cranberry Sauce #MusicMonday
If you’re wondering what to do with that leftover cranberry sauce… from laughing squid.
A pair of slightly disembodied, rhythmic hands played a rousing rendition of Mozart‘s “Turkish March” using both the contents and the containers of canned cranberry sauce as instruments in a very creative Thanksgiving message from the folks at 1620 Media
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