Art Short video for Breakfast – Doodle Chaos, you have never seen classical music like this!
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Short video for Breakfast – Doodle Chaos, you have never seen classical music like this!

Giulia Guido
Doodle Chaos | Collater.al

There couldn’t be more distant things like classical music and the internet, yet Mark Robbins, a young guy from Minnesota, managed to bring them together, sharing the result of his work on the YouTube channel Doodle Chaos and getting millions of views.

Mark, in his free time, enjoys creating videos using Line Rider, an online application that allows you to make videos by drawing lines on which, once the work is done, Bosh, a child on a sleigh, will slip along the path created.

That sounds very simple, but obviously, it’s all the opposite, I tried and every time the little Bosh that was traveling on my lines fell into the void.

To make it even more difficult Mark makes the lines following the course of famous classical music tracks. The final result, which literally keeps glued to the screen, are amazing videos in which one, two or three Bosh slip to the rhythm of the music, as if they were animated staves.

Below you will find Beethoven’s Symphony No.5, Tchaikovsky’s Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy of The Nutcracker and Edvard Grieg’s In the Hall of the Mountain King, but I suggest you also take a look at his YouTube channel, where you will find many more.

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