Have you ever heard some Super Mario Bros. music adapted in a Turkish style? What about on clarinet and darbuka – which is a type of hand drum? If you answered yes, congrats, but I bet you’ve never seen it played like this. Squished in a little room with dancing and all around what looks like a very impromptu performance. With Çağrı Ulusoy on the darbuka and Emre Kaya on clarinet, this is a great rendition of some of Koji Kondo’s fabulous composing. Gaming and music is something that permeates deeper than things stopped by culture and language barriers, and this is yet another reminder of that fact.

Source: Kotaku

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