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What happens when a woodwind player inhales helium and then plays some Mozart? These absolute superstars of the music world gave it a go…
Recently, there's been something of a trend online for musicians inhaling helium before playing famous pieces. Because helium is lighter than air, the sound waves travel through it faster, with hilarious consequences when there's a voice box or instrument involved.
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We should point out doctors don't recommend inhaling helium. In sufficient quantities it can have adverse affects on health and has on occasion caused death.