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EDITORS’ NOTES

The fifth album from pianist Jon Schmidt and electric cellist Steven Sharp Nelson sees the classical pop sensations covering everything from One Direction to Frozen’s “Let It Go,” as well as a mash-up of Dave Matthews’ “Ants Marching” with Beethoven’s “Ode to Joy.” Their duets bring out the gentle beauty in the Prelude from Mussorgsky’s “Pictures at an Exhibition,” while the frenetic “Batman Evolution,” which traces the progression of the Batman theme across TV and cinema over the years, showcases the duo’s spirited virtuosity.

EDITORS’ NOTES

The fifth album from pianist Jon Schmidt and electric cellist Steven Sharp Nelson sees the classical pop sensations covering everything from One Direction to Frozen’s “Let It Go,” as well as a mash-up of Dave Matthews’ “Ants Marching” with Beethoven’s “Ode to Joy.” Their duets bring out the gentle beauty in the Prelude from Mussorgsky’s “Pictures at an Exhibition,” while the frenetic “Batman Evolution,” which traces the progression of the Batman theme across TV and cinema over the years, showcases the duo’s spirited virtuosity.

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Customer Reviews

5 out of 5

133 Ratings

Amazing People, Amazing Music

CoromJones,

The Piano Guys' music is amazing. Their recent albums have contained their released singles, as does this album. This music is amazing, and you should buy the album.

Spectacular

thisisthemostamazingthing349,

The Piano Guys are an extremely talented group of 5 people who put together amazing music. I love and appreciate everything they put out. I promise if you buy their music you will not be disappointed. All of their music is exciting and exhilarating and it's cool to listen to. If you love music, you will love Piano Guys! Thank you so much Piano Guys for everything you do!

About The Piano Guys

Technically, the Piano Guys are the duo of pianist Jon Schmidt and cellist Steven Sharp Nelson, but they're also a 21st century multimedia collective that includes Paul Anderson and studio engineer and writer Al van der Beek. Together they produce musical and video gems that mash up classical themes with pop songs that have made the group's YouTube channel one of the most visited on the planet. The group had its beginnings in St. George, Utah, where Anderson owned a piano shop. Schmidt walked in one day and asked if he could practice on one of the pianos for an upcoming concert. Soon Anderson and Schmidt were recording and making videos together, and with the addition of Nelson, posting them to YouTube. Things continued to grow and expand creatively with van der Beek aboard, and the collective's productions became joyous, thoughtful, and beautiful interactive musical videos that received millions of YouTube hits and brought the Piano Guys worldwide attention. After a self-released debut in 2011 called Hits, Vol. 1, an eponymous album appeared in 2012 via Sony Masterworks. It was followed by Piano Guys 2 in 2013 and a holiday album, Family Christmas, in 2014. Released that same year, Wonders proved to be the duo's highest-charting album to date, peaking at the number 12 spot on the Billboard 200. Two years later, the quartet returned with their sixth studio album, Uncharted. Coinciding with a sold-out show at London's Royal Albert Hall, the group issued their first best-of compilation, So Far So Good, in mid-2017. The album included a re-recording of the track "(It's Gonna Be) Okay," which featured guest vocals from Sir Cliff Richard. ~ Steve Leggett

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