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Octavia Week continues.

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Gakground Pony

Oh, you haven’t even heard the death waltz until you’ve heard Bobby McFerrin perform it in concert. To hear an actual uvula explode live on stage gives it that magical touch.
DudeManGuy
The End wasn't The End - Found a new home after the great exodus of 2012

Waifu Hoarder
@Background Pony  
Neither. It’s a piece of music intentionally composed to be literally impossible to play. There is no such thing as an actual successful performance of the piece because it’s not actually possible to play it.
 
“Impossible” in this case meaning actually legitimately not possible.
DudeManGuy
The End wasn't The End - Found a new home after the great exodus of 2012

Waifu Hoarder
@Background Pony  
Except unlike Faerie’s Aire, the William Tell Overture isn’t intended to be literally impossible to perform on any instrument or combination of instruments with any number of fingers ever.
Background Pony #EECB
>Death Waltz  
The one that got reused as the theme tune to Jonathon Creek? Or the Synthesia version of U N Owen that someone accidentally attributed to a totally different composer?
Background Pony #262B
I have a recording of Glen Campbell playing the William Tell Overture on mandolin, so this may not be as improbable as one thinks. Granted, Mr. Campbell had the advantage of using eight fingers and two thumbs…