In the Christmas Spirit: Piano Guys, Part V | Beaufort County Now | The Piano Guys are back for Christmas, 2015, and we are blessed to bring you a generous helping of their rare and fun talent videos. | Piano Guys, Steven Sharpe Nelson, cello, chrstms, Jon Schmidt, Steven Sharpe Nelson, Al Van Der Beek, pianoguys
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The Piano Guys are back for Christmas, 2015, and we are blessed to bring you a generous helping of their rare and fun, and most talented videos. These four guys do it all: They arrange, video capture, produce, and perform their vast array of melodies, and even more, they often transport Jon Schmidt's Baby Grand Piano, and more easily, Steven Sharpe Nelson's various cellos to whatever exotic location they need to tell their melodic story.
Continuing the premise that the Piano Guys will travel with their heavy equipment anywhere to prove a melodic point, we have their version - the best I've heard - of the theme song from the mega hit animation "Frozen": Below.
Never shy in producing these leading edge videos, with cellist Steven Sharpe Nelson playing multiple cello arrangements infused into one multi layered uniquely original arrangement, we offer the Piano Guys' version of this wonderful Bach classic: Below.
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Hailing from Toronto, Canada, Walk Off the Earth is one of those rare artistic ensembles that combines fine original, offbeat interpretations of popular songs, while doing a smattering of parodies as well as their original material.
Greenpeace's vision of Father Christmas is a shabbily dressed Kris Kringle, who appears to be appropriately 'down on his luck', and at his 'wits end' relative to his immediate climate - it is too warm where he lives - the North Pole.