Andreas Wagner used a 1,185-letter word in a song. The word is the chemical name for Coat Protein, Tobacco Mosaic Virus, Dahlemense Strain. See entire word here.
Kyle L. played a two-octave C-major scale, ascending and descending, with a tennis racquet in 8.85 seconds.
Nine-year-old Gauri Mishra played piano continuously for one hour, two minutes, 54.21 seconds. She set the record at Ambience Mall in Gurgaon, India.
Matthew B. led 40 members of a youth group in playing The Star-Spangled Banner on kazoos. They set the record during their service entitled "The Record!"
Zack Selwyn and Eric Schwartz name dropped 70 names in a freestyle rap, a RecordSetter World Record. Dan Rollman was present to adjudicate, and Mike Phirman held the cue cards. The record was set at The Comedy Store during RecordBreakerz: Champions of Musical comedy, a collective of musical comedians created by Schwartz. The names mentioned were all present in the audience during the performance. Learn more about RecordBreakerz here.
Tai Star played a didgeridoo for two minutes, 21.50 seconds while standing on a slackline.
Nate and 35 other people at Lake Merritt in Oakland, California played mason jars as percussion instruments.
Megan and her friends listened to Believe 40 consecutive times.
Jake S. completed 87 pelvic thrusts while listening to rave music in 30 seconds.
Khoomei singer Xiulin Chang let out a sound on his skin lasting two minutes, 52.44 seconds.
Aman Bathla played 804 notes per minute on a piano. He used an original composition titled "Pragaman" for the attempt, which is a piece based on Indian classical music.
Paul N. played his guitar for seven minutes, 33.74 seconds while riding a unicycle.
Pianist and vocalist Ava Sadeghipour performed "Goghaye Setaregan" in front of about 1,000 people in a concert hall. She is four years old and a student of international Iranian musician, Professor Pezhman Mosleh.
Alan St.Louis sang The Star-Spangled Banner 10 times in one day. He set the record during his performances on back-to-back holiday tournaments.
50 members of Aldersgate United Methodist Youth group formed a kitchen band. Each contributor used kitchen implements to play their part in their debut song.
Core Entertainment led 85 people in singing Journey's "Don't Stop Believin'" while pumping their fists.
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