Struggles: video collection

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Music games don't always end nice…
In casual playing mistakes are part of the game and its only natural when the coda gets funny.

In classical music the level of musician's effort shoudn't in theory matter, when music itself matters. Yet history recognizes the importance of dedicated virtuosic pieces, where necessary skill demands were kind of premeditated. Here we will list composed (usually contemporary) music that has an unusual approach to performance difficulty - sometimes it seems totally unnecessary sometimes the difficulty makes the concept. Quite often for the amusement of the audience or the performer and definitely "playful".

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Fredrik Högbergs, Konzert fur Zwei Posaunen (fragment)
Gene Koshinski, As One
Tom Johnson, Failing
Adachi Tomomi, Ancient Chinese Experimental Music -From Yue Jing- No.1 + No.2

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