Yes, the glass harp is very cool and requires a lot of technique, but those lines of wine glasses have nothing on this homemade synthesizer, hooked up to ordinary ceramic bowls, generic water glasses, Pam bottles, and whisks.
Composer Stephen J. Anderson took all of the ordinary kitchen things you use to make food and instead turned them into electronic music that you could actually imagine hearing in a club. Sure, the instrument could use some tuning, but the grater? The egg on a frying pan? The tuned water glasses? All sorts of brilliance. Watch below; music starts at 2:20.
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