New Music Tuesday: The sum of its parts…

There are many musicians around the world that can make beautiful music all on their own. They can captivate a room with their voice or instrument, without anyone else to accompany them.

But when you take a group of those artists, and have them sing or play as an ensemble, they can perform something that’s not capable as a single person.

And it doesn’t even require them to be in the same room, play at the same time, or even know each other.

That’s where this website comes in.

http://www.inbflat.net

I stumbled upon it through another blog post (Thanks Everywhereist!), and was captivated by its simplicity.

It’s basically various artists on a variety of instruments, improvising on a B flat scale.

Even thought they’re all separate artists, their solos somehow combine into a unique composition that seems perfect, no matter what order you play the videos.

Needless to say, I was entertained for hours with this. Playing them all in order, playing random selections, playing one or two at a time, playing all at once.  And no matter what I tried, every option sounded great.

So take a few moments (maybe more than a few), and enjoy for yourself!

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