Siberian Percussionists Playing A Frozen Lake

December 3, 2013


This is a video of a group of Siberian percussionists playing music on frozen ice sheets in Lake Baikal in -20°C (-4°F) temperatures. I didn't even know sound could travel attemperatures that cold. "You're an idiot." It's true, I'm not that smart. But I was smart enough to remember your license plate number and have your car towed this morning. "Why?!" Because you called me an idiot. "But you said you had it done this morning." This was for two weeks ago. Remember: revenge is a dish best served cold. Or with a sharp knife and a napkin to wipe up your fingerprints.

Keep going for the video, then let's get the band back together. I'll play the triangle.

Thanks to Inky Bloc, who once performed Beethoven's fifth on a volcano but the cameras recording it melted.

  • burka

    As a percussionist this was lame. They weren't even playing in time

  • thatcando

    there is a flying kid in the video!

  • Mr. K

    I feel like there's a Trans-Siberian Orchestra joke in here somewhere, but I'm too lazy to watch the video, and even more less inclined to figure out the joke.

  • Classy Niggur


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