Dan Morrison of Citizen Effect named 13 Wilco songs named in 30
JJ blew a note on his kazoo that lasted one minute, 43.06 seconds.
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.
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.
A participant at iD Tech Camps Vanderbilt University named a world
record 36 Justin Bieber songs in 15 seconds.
Cory m. mentioned “Furby” 309 times in a rap song.
Four musicians performedLittle Drummer Boyoutside while it was
Tai Star completed 46 hula hoop rotations while playing a ukulele and singing the refrain of the Hula Hoop Song.
In Eytan and The Embassy’s "Everything Changes" music video, lead singer Eytan Oren makes 18 costume changes. The video was done in a single take, with no edits. The core theme of the song is that people shouldn't "find themselves" but should "create themselves."
It took the band and crew a full day of rehearsal and 30 takes the next day to successfully capture the final video. Download the song for free here.
Michael Kennedy’s rendition of the four traditional verses of "Oh!
Susanna" using three harmonicas took 33.16 seconds.
172 attendees at the ACCYM Senior High Assembly performed air guitar windmills at once.
Dan M. played a note on a recorder that lasted 53.39 seconds.
Michael Kennedy’s rendition of the four traditional verses of
"Oh!Susanna" using two harmonicas took 40.44 seconds. **
In honor of the Royal Wedding, Phil McFarlane drummed 407 beats in 15
seconds wearing Prince William and Kate Middleton masks on his hands. He
used the beat counter program at drumcount.com and a drum trigger pad
to count the beats.
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