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Wednesday, June 2, 2010

The Vienna Vegetable Orchestra


They play with their food... literally. The Vienna Vegetable Orchestra is a unique ensemble of 11 musicians who make vegetable music with carrot flutes, pumpkin basses, leek violins, leek-zucchini-vibrators, cucumberophones and celery bongos.

At the end of their performance, the vegetable scraps are cooked and the audience is treated to a bowl of bubbling vegetable soup.

15 comments:

  1. That's really weird, but I like weird so...thumbs-up!

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  2. My family would LOVE this! My Uncle Tom could play anything--including a mostaccoli noodle.

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  3. Interesting what people can make music from...but not sure after seeing them wrap their mouths around the "instruments" (you know their blowing spit inside) that I would be inclined to eat..lol

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  4. That is so neat and weird at the same time. I however would not want to eat the soup!

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  5. I guess "Green-Thumbs up!"
    Keep making us laugh :)

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  6. Whatever Floats Their Boats and makes them Happy! Count Me OUT!! HAVE A GREAT DAY!!! :o)

    Gina
    motherof1princessand2princes.blogspot.com

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  7. LOL, I don't know if I could eat the soup after they had their spit all over it!

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  8. LOL ,well that is creative LOL... Chloe was amazed LOL she is so funny.... cute post chica!

    I hope everything is great with you an dyour familia. Thank you so much for your kind words on my post. I so appreciate it greatly. Lots of love sent from Cali.

    TTYL,
    Grissell

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  9. Ummm, that's a bit too eccentric for me. And as for eating the veggies in some soup for later...No thanks!!!

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  10. That made me laugh to think of them cooking it and eating it afterwards!

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  12. This is cool!! How do you make them though?

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