We get treated to a sound collage where some of the most unlikely things create musical sounds. Clips from Hungary, Britain and Germany.
Berlin's Konzerthaus Orchestra is recreating typical big city sounds. The musicians have made YouTube videos of these performances: everything from currywurst stands to the subway system and Berlin nightlife.
George Martin cut up recording tape and pasted it together to achieve John Lennon's sound - just one example of his genius. Musicologist Volkmar Kramarz explains how Martin's creativity rocketed the Beatles to fame.
This man doesn’t just shoot photos – he creates images. Wolfgang Tillmans is one of the most exciting contemporary artists. The Tate Modern is currently celebrating him with a huge exhibition. And Arts.21 with a special.
The album is regarded as a pop culture milestone and the soundtrack to the hippie movement. Still steeped in musical folklore, "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" continues to inspire subsequent musical generations.
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