Old Boston George Martin
11 March 2015, 11:50
It's Bobby McFerrin's birthday, so it's the perfect time to marvel at his superhuman voice and the many times he's applied to it to classical music.
You cannot not sing along to this. How does he even do it?!
Bach Violin Partita
A decidedly funky version of a baroque classic.
Bobby nailing a top F-sharp there, tossed out like it's absolutely nothing.
Eine Kleine Nachtmusik
It's a far-reaching exploration of the string quartet medium and the many ways in which we can hear Mozart, but this video is worth it for the 'tuning the microphone' gag alone. Never gets old.
Vivaldi double concerto
Proving he can blend his voice perfectly with any instrument, Bobby provides a sensitive counterpoint in this Vivaldi double-header.
The Power of the Pentatonic Scale
OK theory geeks, it's time to get to know the pentatonic scale. This is hugely entertaining (and educational).