– source www.Mashable.com
Anything can be a musical instrument if you try hard and believe in yourself.
Case in point: Junji Koyama, a prolific YouTuber and elementary school teacher who has been making flutes and horns out of produce — yes, fruits and vegetables — for over 11 years. Koyama records himself playing a song on each of his instruments, which range from carrots to radishes to, in one case, a dandelion stem.
They all sound great, because he is a genius.
Below, for example, is an ocarina made from a carrot (with leaves). “Lightly Row” has never sounded better, including when you played it at your third grade recorder concert. Read more…