In the Christmas Spirit: Piano Guys, Part IX | Beaufort County Now | Now that I am familiar with the wondrous works of melodic beauty created by the Piano Guys, each Christmas, I search for fine work and endeavor to bring it to our BCN readers.

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    Publisher's note: If you appreciate the musical and cinematography creativity of the extra talented Piano Guys, as much as we do here at BCN, you can easily access all of their segments here.

    Now that I am familiar with the wondrous works of melodic beauty created by the Piano Guys, each Christmas, I search for fine work and endeavor to bring it to our BCN readers. In this regard, there is no finer melodic work than that offered by the Piano guys, especially here at Christmas.
The Piano Guys posing in our nation's capitol, when they played at President Trump's inauguration. Many of the top Pop Acts in America would not play for President Trump's inauguration as part of a Pop Protest, so they could remain cool with the Pop Intellect of today's Liberals, which left a space open for the more talented, though less popular Piano Guys: Above.     Click image to expand.

    The Piano Guys are based in Utah, and produce their videos and their music themselves, which keeps the work tight and well controlled, in the utmost quality.

This Piano Guys arrangement of "Ode to Joy", a beautiful disambiguation of "‎The Hymn of Joy" from Ludwig Beethoven's Ninth Symphony, is quite lovely: Above.


Piano Guys co-creators Jon Schmidt (left), piano and vocals, and Steven Sharpe Nelson (right), cello and vocals: Above.

Lexi Walker uses her controlled vocals to assist the Piano Guys with their stunning rendition of Ave Maria: Below.

    Publisher's note: If you are really in the Christmas spirit, or just in the need for more, please click here to access all of the holiday spirit in melody and narrative that BCN can harness and offer for this Yuletide Season.
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