Can you use the hammer to play in an orchestra? (Funny Video)

Man using hammer to play in choir orchestra. He uses 2 hammers on the iron to create a sound that blends with the music. The sound coming from the hammer hitting the iron bar like a bell, mingled with the whole choir. This is a fun video about music, bringing laughter to everyone. <iframe width=”560″ height=”315″ src=”” title=”YouTube video player” frameborder=”0″ allow=”accelerometer; autoplay; clipboard-write; encrypted-media; gyroscope; picture-in-picture; web-share” allowfullscreen></iframe> Can we just stop and appreciate the fact that this man is performing all this in such magnificent “fancy” surrounding, while wearing a GOLD’S GYM wifebeater! Absolutely epic! This is a truly spectacular performance. A masterful combination of orchestral beauty, raw and unadulterated testosterone, and physical comedy. Kudos to the composer and performers. The horn player and anvil man pulled off one the funniest and greatest performances of all time, I’m surprised all those orchestra players could stay on beat without laughing. Imagine going to an orchestra performance and expecting just a regular old show, and then you get treated to this absoluter masterpiece. What an absolute treat! My grandfather was a blacksmith and my father did a lot of work on the anvil. i still have the original forge and 3 of the anvils that were in the shop. my father turns 88 tomorrow, can’t wait to show this to him, he will love it. The trombonist besides the horn player that is laughing at the blacksmith (0:35) actually came to visit my elementary school one time. He was one of the funniest musicians ive ever met. He sadly passed away some years back. I sometimes still think about that man, when i see performances of Andre. His name was Ruud Merx. The funniest thing is that the composer Josef Strauss (brother of Johann Strauss Jr, The King of Waltz) intended this piece to be played like this with an anvil accompanying the orchestra, now imagine the original premiere of this piece back in the day.