Oliver O. sang "Happy Birthday" in two different languages in 4.71 seconds.
JJ blew a note on his kazoo that lasted one minute, 43.06 seconds.
Doug McManaman balanced anAustralian flag on his chin for 54.65
seconds while listening to Australia’s national anthem, "Advance
134 people played lagerphones at the same time, a world record. The
record was set in Australia at a festival celebrating 150 years of
Queensland. Read more about the event here.
600 international composers were programmed into a single 10-hour show
at theFaculty of Fine Arts Gallery at Concordia University. All
pieces were one minute in length and were accompanied by live dance and
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.
Steven Wadsworth sang the word “party” 289 times in a song.
Jesse Brightman listened to the song Hocus Pocus by
Focus nine times in a row.
Aleta Findlay skipped38 times while singing Part of Your Worldin 30
Findlay set the record on February 21, 2010 at the 2nd Annual Brooklyn
World Record Day, an event hosted by RecordSetter in conjunction
with Beam Camp as part of their Inventgenuity Festival.
Dan Morrison of Citizen Effect named 13 Wilco songs named in 30
Riley H. caught 75 goldfish in mouth while barefoot and listening to "Dog Days Are Over" by Florence and the Machine.
Talib Kweli and 196 others were in the Turntable.fm Coding Soundtrack
room at once.
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.
Michael Kennedy performed a cadenza containing Christmas music for
one hour, two minutes and 9.82 seconds.
Cory m. mentioned “Furby” 309 times in a rap song.
The Xylopholks, a New York City musical duo consisting of
a xylophonist and bassist, played a combined total of 61 chromatic scales in one minute.
The Xylopholks set the record at a RecordSetter LIVE! event held at Littlefield in Brooklyn, New York. Dan
Rollman and Corey Henderson were present as witnesses.
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