Here’s AC/DC’s Hells Bells Played On Some Massive Bells
Sure, AC/DC covers on the internet are ten a penny – but we’ve never seen anything quite like this.
Here’s David Drambyan performing the 1980 classic a carillon in the Roter Turm in Halle an der Saale, Germany.
Without going anywhere near Google, campanologists will know that a carillon is a set of bells played using a keyboard or by an automatic mechanism similar to a piano roll.
Check out the unique cover version below.
David’s not the only one to give the AC/DC classic a spin on the carillon. Here’s Kavon Hooshiar’s final recital for the UC Berkeley Carillon Decal Class, with Europe’s The Final Countdown thrown in for good measure.
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