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    A New Art Form?

    http://www.sonnyradio.com/chrisbliss.htm

    Click the "Watch" link.

    Watch his hands! (Not the balls.)

    Bliss is practically conducting this, while he keeps the balls in the air...

    David
    www.DavidSosnowski.com
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    Re: A New Art Form?

    Alas, I wish my speakers were plugged into my computer right now. Right now, they are plugged into my sister's laptop...

    Strange to watch though...

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    WOW...

    That is awesome...
    Sean Patrick Hannifin
    My MP3s | My Melody Generator | my album
    "serious music" ... as if the rest of us are just kidding

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    Re: A New Art Form?

    Wow, doing a performance like that takes real balls.

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    Re: A New Art Form?

    Quote Originally Posted by Karl Garrett
    Wow, doing a performance like that takes real balls.
    ROFL! Karl, you oughta get some kind of award for that one... lol.

  6. #6

    Re: A New Art Form?

    Not bad... but he doesn't really have that "Hollywood" juggle.


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    Re: A New Art Form?

    WOW!!!
    He's good...

    -Chris

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    Wink Re: A New Art Form?

    As a variety entertainer myself -- I can appreciate the work here -- and wonder why some world class juggler has not approached some classics like this.

    Often - magicians perform with Symphony Orchestras using old chestnuts like Hall of the Mountain King, Night on Bald Mountain, etc. -- but a juggler. Strauss, and last movement of the 9th>>>?? WOW.

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    Re: A New Art Form?

    Thanks for sharing this one with us.

    Could this be entirely choreographed with months of practise?

    Or is he so seasoned, he is riffing impromtu?

    Amazing either way!

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    Re: A New Art Form?

    Quote Originally Posted by dynamix
    Thanks for sharing this one with us.

    Could this be entirely choreographed with months of practise?

    Or is he so seasoned, he is riffing impromtu?

    Amazing either way!
    Yes, I found it mesmerically fascinating... I must have watched that clip two dozen times... lol.

    In correspondence, Mr. Bliss is somewhat enigmatic about his work, saying "I simply refer to it as 'my mutation'."

    David
    www.DavidSosnowski.com
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