Mozart on a Bicycle-Controlled Modular Synthesizer #MusicMonday
Legend has it that Mozart loved swans more than any other animal. Okay, that’s not true. But if Mozart was anything like Tom Hulce’s portrayal in the film Amadeus, then he would absolutely love frodello’s rendition of Turksih March played on a swan-assisted, bicycle powered synth. Here’s more from frodello’sRiding the Classics:
Music composed by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
Performed live by Frode Kvinge Flatland on various synths fed with midi.
Tempo controlled by the ergo-bike.
Swans made by my mum.
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