Peter Grigorov played 20.3 notes per second on his accordion, a new
world record. He played Flight of the Bumblebee in setting the
The record was set on November 25, 2007 in Billerica, Massachusetts.
Atanas Grigorov witnessed the performance.
Accordion Rob’s fingers came alive as he busted out a full accordion
rendition of “The Devil Went Down To Georgia” in just one minute, twenty
Mallory Wolchuk played ’Scotland The Brave’ on bagpipes in 52.22
seconds while standing next to Doug McManaman, who balanced a Canadian
flag on his chin for the entire record.
John Taylor played "Flight of the Bumblebee" on his guitar at 600
Jack Garton performed Hello Dolly on a moving piano in 54.38
Paying homage to her favorite musical,Rachel Sklar sang ’Sixteen
Going On Seventeen’ (featured in The Sound of Music) in 38.58
The record was set at a World Record Appreciation Society event on
February 11, 2009. It took place at Pianos, a bar in New York City’s
Lower East Side. Corey Henderson and Dan Rollman were on hand to
document and time the record.
(photo courtesy of Nick McGlynn)
The Main Squeeze Orchestra, an accordiongroup six females,
played a polka song.
They set the record at a World Record Appreciation Society event
held at Littlefield in Brooklyn, New York. Dan Rollman and Corey
Henderson were present as witnesses.
17 members of Wieden Kennedy’s Team Dark curled dumbbells while
singing the chorus of "Maniac" and touching a beaver sculpture.
The record was set in Portland, Oregon on April 1, 2010 at the agency’s
28th annual Founders’ Dayparty.RecordSetter co-foundersDan Rollman
and Corey Henderson were on hand to preside over the event.
Four musicians performedLittle Drummer Boyoutside while it was
Marcus Morgan AKA Magnum Opus performed a freestyle rap non-stop for 13 hours, 30 minutes and 23.00 seconds. He set the record at the back office room of The Old Miami in Detroit, Michigan. Learn more about Marcus on his Twitter and Facebook accounts.
Glennis McMurray and a member of the audience at a World Record
Appreciation Society event participated in a four-minute, 53.9-second
musical chairs interlude.
McMurray set the record at Joe’s Pub in New York City. Dan Rollman
and Corey Henderson were present as witnesses.
Doug McManaman balanced an acoustic guitar on his forehead for four minutes, 52.69 seconds.
Kimono-clad James’ harmonic singing graced the crowd’s ears for an
uninterrupted 24.3 seconds. About harmonic singing:
Gage B. placed 108 guitar picks in the neck of his acoustic guitar.
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