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Friday Fun: iPad in Live Classical Concert

There is no end to the creative uses for the iPad it seems. It can even be used in the austere and haloed halls of classical music concerts, sort of. Here's classical pianist Lang Lang amusing the audience in one of his encores by playing the most technically challenging Flight of the Bumblebee on his iPad.

Yes, we know he is playing it with two fingers using the awesome Smule 'Magic Piano' app (which was inspired by Lang Lang himself according to Smule), but it still sounds cool, and we reckon it might have sold a few more iPads too!

Check back later today for a full post on Magic Piano and other iPad music creation apps.

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Reader Comments (1)

Nice article about the innovative performance of pianist Lang Lang amusing the audience in one of his encores by playing the most technically challenging Flight of the Bumblebee on his iPad..." By wondering if he could play stairway to heaven? Just curious.

March 29, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterHeather

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