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Mozart and Bieber mash-up… uuuh?


I’m not exactly convinced how I feel about this, but for now it’s a very gutsy feeling.
Classical music isn’t generally viewed as the coolest thing to for children to listen to nowadays. Things being what they are, how would you motivate kids to appreciate it?
This video endeavors the deed by squashing up works of art with pop tunes kids know and love. The thought is by all accounts working — at any rate with the video’s charming storytellers, Alyssa Lower and Aiden Medina.
The twosome is joined by a four piece symphony as they sing the verses to well known melodies to the tune of great pieces, for example, Beethoven’s Fur Elise and Tchaikovsky’s Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy.
Lyrics also include Gangnam Style, Call me Maybe and more.
The video was made by CDZA, a gathering that makes “musical video tests.” CDZA, which remains for Collective Cadenza, began as a gathering of companions from Julliard University, yet has developed to comprise of more than 55 artists from fluctuating teaches and foundations.
Listen to it here, and let’s see what you think about it.