Shared July 1, 2019
Pianist and composer Nahre Sol attempts to play "Happy Birthday" in 16 levels of complexity. Nahre starts playing the iconic tune with just one finger and adds more and more layers until she's playing it with extended harmonies, elongated melodies and staggered leaps. Watch and see how it all comes together!
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