Pianist Plays the ‘Super Mario Theme’ in the Distinct Styles of Six Classical Composers

Musician Nahre Sol played the very jaunty “Super Mario Bros” theme song in the style of six different classical composers: Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Liszt, Rachmaninoff, and Gershwin. Sol notes that while the song is the same, some notes and tempos were changed to accommodate each particular style.

I played slightly different chromatic notes and rhythms than in the original version when I play the main theme.

Sol Also Played “Happy Birthday” in the Style of Ten Classical Composers From Different Eras

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