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The Jurassic Park Theme, Played on the Melodica
by Jamie Frevele | 1:16 pm, February 1st, 2012
The melodica, also known as a “blow organ” and “key flute,” is a harmonica-style instrument that features a tube through which to blow air and a keyboard to create distinct notes. It looks like this. Now, witness a glorious, sometimes aggressive version of the Jurassic Park theme song written by award-winning composer John Williams, played on the melodica. And then try not to laugh.
“They do move in herds …”
(via Best Week Ever)
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