Schacht21 played a chromatic scale on a piano in 5.84 seconds.
Scott played every black key on a piano in 10.10 seconds using a single toe.
Eva C. performed a scissor split that lasted one minute, 21.15 seconds while playing her piano.
Vaughan Heussenstamm played Mary Had A Little Lamb while bouncing a golf ball on a mallet using his foot. He bounced the ball to the beat of the music.
Justin Zeid played the When The Saints Go Marching In melody in five
ascending octaves on an electric organ in 45.34 seconds.
Andrew L. played a two-octave C-major scale in 5.08 seconds using only his pinky finger.
Hoornaert Nicolas played a chromatic scale on a piano in 6.95
Ezra Kanarick played Mary Had A Little Lamb in 11.30 seconds on a
baby piano while holding a pomelo in his non-playing hand.
Royce A. played a two-octave C-major scale, ascending and descending, with a tennis racquet in 7.28 seconds.
Dan M. played 225 individual notes on a piano in five seconds.
Dan M. played C major scale on piano in 0.33 second.
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.
Viktor O. played a two-octave C-major scale with a golf club in 12.56 seconds.
Eliza Skinner sang an improvised song that included the names of 20
strangers pets names. She collected the names from audience membersright
before her performance.
The record was at aWorld Record Appreciation Societyevent held
atJoe’s Pubin New York City. Dan Rollman and Corey Henderson were
present as witnesses.
Jack Garton played Hello Dolly on a moving piano while singing the song in 54.38
20 members of Wieden Kennedy’s Team Maroon played the middle C
note on 23 different pianos at once.
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.
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