GOT: Musical Maestro

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Friday 09 May, 2014 by Uncle Spike

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If you are a Game of Thrones (GOT) nut, or have a liking for anything slightly musical, here’s something for you!

Musicians… that offbeat section of society that strums, bangs and blows a host of recognised ‘instruments’ for our entertainment. I never did manage much on the musical front, unless you count playing the spoons late one night in a pub back in 1984, oh and of course my début in the persuasion world… but that’s another story.

Like the sand animation artist we saw the other day, I love to come across true masters of their craft; those who invent genuine forms of entertainment.

What do you think of this then?

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7 thoughts on “GOT: Musical Maestro

  1. tinapumfrey says:

    This is stunning! I was disappointed when it ended so soon. Who would have thought such beautiful music could be created with this collection of everyday items? Thanks for posting this.

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  2. offbeat range of instruments

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