To celebrate Japanese record day, the turntable giants that are Technics have assembled the world’s very first turntable orchestra and it’s a sight to behold. 

‘The Philharmonic Turntable Orchestra’ contains a host of DMC turntable champions among a crew of 30 turntablists who manage to construct their own interpretation of classical music utilising a variety of different techniques.

Rossini’s ‘Girls of the Aged’ from ‘The 6th Album’ along with Vivaldi’s ‘Spring’ from ‘The Four Seasons Violin Concerto in E major’, and the first ever 12”; Nathan Milstein and the New York Philharmonic Orchestra’s version of ‘Mendelssohn Concerto in E minor’ are all used to create the piece that features 8 individual records in total.

Check out the breathtaking video below:

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