On the shores of Zadar, Croatia is a really cool musical invention: an organ that is powered by the sea. Created by Nikola Basic in 2005, what’s happening is that there are several white stone steps that lead into the water. However, underneath these steps are 35 musically tuned tubes that whistle through openings in the ground. When waves hit the tubes, it pushes air through the tubes and, lo and behold, music comes out.
But what’s interesting is that music that comes forth sounds eerily similar to the Silent Hill music of Akira Yamaoka. Head below for a sample or go to this page for more samples and a better history of the project.
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