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The Human Radio! (Tonal Memory & Perfect Pitch)


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Hello,

 

I am new to the forum and I was looking for feedback for a new musical experiment that I am creating (sorta).

I possess strong tonal memory and perfect pitch, which allows me to sing complex orchestral passages. I use a combination of solfege singing and flute articulation as I do this. I do this either with eyes closed, or using a blindfold (to prove that I am not cheating by reading sheet music). I never liked the timber of my voice, so I have avoided singing until now.

Anyway, I wanted to solicit opinion from the musical community. I am going to name my YouTube channel, "The Human Radio." Like any radio, I am willing to accept (reasonable) requests. I also wonder whether it is possible to tackle the Guinness Records as "the man who memorized the largest number of symphonies."

 

This is a video of me singing Mozart's 40th Symphony, Molto Allegro section:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gAnjte5rUJ8

 

This is a video of me singing Bach's Flute Sonata, B Minor:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hjB7HXHHzus

 

This is a video of me singing Brahms, Hungarian Dance:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G43CMNQ-19g

 

Comments appreciated. I also welcome reasonable requests, like any radio. It takes time to memorize symphonic passages, but other pieces are much easier. I am soon going to sing my first symphony, Sibelius 2nd.

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