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History of Wooing Men

Getting a man has never been an easy task.  Us women have tried every possible way to grab their attention, and so far, music seems to be a great way to do it.  So what happens when you study the history of attracting men through song?  You get a hilarious medley of classics by legends […]

Posted on January 30, 2013 at 12:54 pm

/Interwebz

History of misheard song lyrics

Everyone has a few favourite songs they sing along to in the car despite have absolutely no idea what the lyrics are. Or if you’re me, you know bits and pieces of the chorus but when it gets to the actual verses you stumble along with a few gibberish words. In Collective Cadenza‘s newest music experiment […]

Posted on November 6, 2012 at 12:42 pm

/Celebrity News

How to get kids to listen to classical music, using Jus ...

An age old question: How do you get kids to listen to classical music when the radio exposes them to the likes of LMFAO , Justin Bieber and Ke$ha? Collective Cadenza had the brilliant idea to have kids sing the lyrics of their favourite pop songs over classics by Mozart, Beethoven and Bach. They wrote on YouTube […]

Posted on October 23, 2012 at 11:59 am

/Interwebz

Turning NYC streets into a musical choir

Collective Cadenza took us on a musical tour of New York City today with their newest video experiment. The group performed songs from our favourite artists based on whatever street sign they were standing in front of. And damn, NYC streets sure as hell make a good soundtrack. Music seems like a great way to pay […]

Posted on September 11, 2012 at 4:28 pm

/Interwebz

The Human Jukebox restores my faith in humanity

I’m already OBSESSED with Collective Cadenza as it is. No really, the seed started with human whistling, sprouted with the seven dudes playing Kanye and Jay-Z and then fully blossomed with the slightly depressing but still fun history of wooing women. I’m going to stop using gardening metaphors now but I really can’t praise CDZA enough, […]

Posted on August 8, 2012 at 10:27 am

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