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Music instruments action for Wallace and Gromit
According to the BBC website, the pair featured in a concert aimed at families called Wallace and Gromit's Musical Marvels over the weekend, and it will be broadcast in future.
Radio fans may already have heard the musical fun, because it went out on Radio 3 as it happened.
Music instruments featured in fresh sections of animation that were involved in the concert, with Wallace apparently breaking some of them.
The instruments of the orchestra also played along to the well-known Wallace and Gromit film A Matter of Loaf and Death at one point.
Wallace and Gromit have appeared in such films as The Wrong Trousers, A Grand Day Out and cinematic outing The Curse of the Were-Rabbit. The man who made the characters, Nick Park, watched the concert.
Published by KT.Posted on 31 Jul 2012 13:30 to category : Instruments News
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