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20 November 2006: experimental music and the bicycle

It's cold outside, so stay at home and turn your bicycle into a musical instrument! Featuring performances by Stephen Schweitzer's
Bikelophone
(pictured left), electro-acoustic composer David Berezan and the Tea and Toast Band.

And we set a new challenge for London's musical cyclists in 2007, the year that the Tour de France comes to our city... A performance of Godfried-Willem Raes's Second Symphony for 'Singing Bicycles'.

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1:28 pm

http://createdigitalmusic.com/2006/11/28/nutcracker-suite-played-exclusively-on-bicycle-parts/  



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