COOL STUFF #3 | Tafelmusik Beethoven T-Shirts and Handel Skivvies
Let's face it, there aren't a lot of credible options out there for those looking for classical music themed clothing. And no, sorry, your uncles music themed neck-tie he wore at your Bat Mitzvah doesn't count....
COOL STUFF #9 | The Wheelharp
By Ludwig Van on October 5, 2015
Composer Nicholas Pike demonstrates The Wheelharp: a barrel-shaped keyboard that sounds like a cross between an accordion and a hurdy-gurdy.
COOL STUFF #14 | Wintergartan Marble Machine: An Instrument That Runs Entirely On 2,000 Marbles
There's nothing quite like human ingenuity. In fact, we'd have to say this is probably one of the most amazing instruments we've ever seen.
COOL STUFF #5 | Airturn Bluetooth Page Turner
By Ludwig Van on March 20, 2015
This year we've seen a big increase in professional musicians using iPads to store and read their sheet music on stage. It is a very convenient option and we can see why so many musicians are adopting it. There are a number of peripheral devises available to enable page turns, but AirTurn has just released a super-cool, Bluetooth PED that allows you to control your iPad with your feet. It's small, slim and stealth, and is perfect for the travelling musician...
COOL STUFF #12 | 120 Year Old Singing Bird Machine
By Ludwig Van on February 9, 2016
This one-of-a-kind mysterious copper mechanical birdsong mechanism was found in Paris, France. It is believed to be made by Blaise Bontems, a well-known maker of bird automata.