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Friend Like Me on Electronic Organ

Friend Like Me on Electronic Organ

Musician 826aska performs a spirited arrangement of the track Friend Like Me on her electronic organ. While we will always miss Robin Williams, her version serves as a delightful and uplifting tribute. If you enjoy Disney musicals, check out her arrangements of A Whole New World and Circle of Life too.

MIDI-Controlled Pipe Organ

MIDI-Controlled Pipe Organ

With help from the Fourth Presbyterian Church of Chicago, musician Rob Scallon got to check out how a pipe organ works, and noticed that the one they have is capable of outputting MIDI signals. After a bit of experimenting, he figured out its keyboard and pedals can also be controlled via the digital music protocol.

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The Furby Organ

The Furby Organ

For no other possible reason than to create nightmare fuel, modder Sam Battle of Look Mum No Computer rewired 44 individual Furbys and programmed them to do his bidding, creating a nightmarish organ that emits the song of the damned when he tickles its ivories.

Cantina Organ Band

Cantina Organ Band

Brice Dudouet turns the crank on a classic mechanical pipe organ called an orgue de barbarie as it whips through his spirited arrangement of John Williams’ classic Cantina Band, originally played by Figrin D’an and the Modal Nodes in Star Wars: A New Hope.

Star Trek Goes to Church

Star Trek Goes to Church

It dates back to 2011, but we couldn’t help but share this fantastic medley of some of the classic theme music from the Star Trek universe, performed impeccably on the pipe organ by Cantor Ralph Leinen at St Donatus church in Aachen Brand, Germany.

Killer Queen: Organ Cover

Killer Queen: Organ Cover

Following up on his hit performance of Bohemian Rhapsody on a 100+ year old fairground organ, YouTuber Alexey Rom is back with another Queen tune played on an instrument that predates the band by seven decades. They’re taking requests now.

Star Wars Organ Medley

Star Wars Organ Medley

We could hardly believe our ears when we heard this Japanese musician’s impressive Star Wars medley played on an Electone electronic organ. Her Raiders and Back to the Future ain’t half bad either.

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