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Martin Leung

Martin Leung

Martin Leung


Martin Leung, also known as the Video Game Pianist or the Blindfolded Pianist, is one of the first pianists to gain worldwide recognition for playing popular video game music on the piano, both in concert venues and in online videos. Unlike many recognized musicians, Leung's breakthrough occurred almost entirely online when, on May 10, 2004, a video of him playing the Super Mario Bros theme blindfolded appeared on numerous viral video websites. Read more on Last.fm
Martin Leung, also known as the Video Game Pianist or the Blindfolded Pianist, is one of the first pianists to gain worldwide recognition for playing popular video game music on the piano, both in concert venues and in online videos. Unlike many recognized musicians, Leung's breakthrough occurred almost entirely online when, on May 10, 2004, a video of him playing the Super Mario Bros theme blindfolded appeared on numerous viral video websites. After Leung’s first online video was viewed by an estimated 40 million people, he began performing video game music from other popular gaming series including Legend of Zelda, Sonic the Hedgehog, Halo, Earthworm Jim, and Final Fantasy. In February 2005, noticing his skill and growing popularity, Tommy Tallarico asked Leung to join his upcoming Video Games Live tour, the first North American concert tour devoted entirely to video game music. On September 1, 2006, Leung again performed his Final Fantasy Medley and Super Mario Brothers music (blindfolded) at Toronto's Massey Hall as part of Video Games Live. In addition, Leung performed the Game Boy music version of Tetris and much to the surprise of VGL Co-founder Tommy Tallarico, a version of Earthworm Jim at blazing speed. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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