December 13, 2009

Yann Thiersen Plays "Amélie" on Six iPhones

Yann Thiersen composed the music to one of my favourite French films, Le Fabuleux Destin d'Amélie Poulain. In the video clip above he plays the Comptine D'Un Autre Eté: L'après-midi on six iPhones. Bluetooth-iPhone-App-tastic.


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You'd need to have very neat fingers!

That's not Yann Tiersen playing, but he did write this piece, although there are, understandably, many mistakes. By the way; there's no "H" in the name.

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