Seriously impressive: this guy can perfectly whistle Mozart's Bassoon Concerto

29 June 2017, 16:07

Whistling Mozart's Concerto for Bassoon - 3rd Mvmt

Jake Sele - Whistling Greg Smith - Piano


By Amy MacKenzie

We all enjoy whistling, but this guy whistling Mozart's Bassoon Concerto is next level...

Who doesn't love to whistle? Whistle on your way to work, whistle in the car, whistle in the shower... whistling is the feel-good instrument you can carry with you anywhere. The best bit about whistling? You can whistle literally anything: that catchy tune in your head or a completely made up ditty. The rules for whistling are... there ARE NO RULES.

But what about taking on a concerto? That's what music-making buddies Jake Sele and Greg Smith have done by taking on the most performed piece of music written for bassoon (yes, not something easy like violin or flute - bassoon!) - Mozart's Bassoon Concerto - and it's seriously impressive.

We love the cheesy nature shots too, Jake and Greg!

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