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April 05, 2021

How Many Songs? How Many Glasses?

The crazies at Hamburg's miniature wonderland used the lockdown to create a classical music medley and quiz.

Astonishing that they spent time to built such a magnificent background for this video.

The making of the above with English subs is also on their Youtube channel. My personal favorite of their modelscapes is the airport.

Posted by b on April 5, 2021 at 16:38 UTC | Permalink

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What a hoot!

Thanks for sharing.

Yes, us humans can do other things besides blowing each other up for profit

Posted by: psychohistorian | Apr 5 2021 17:00 utc | 1

This is impressive. I'll drink to that! Nitida it is, rather full bodied Sauvignon from Cape Town.

Posted by: Tuyzentfloot | Apr 5 2021 17:24 utc | 2

Amazing.

Posted by: Per/Norway | Apr 5 2021 17:30 utc | 3

Too cool!!

And that airplane took off!

Posted by: john | Apr 5 2021 17:35 utc | 4

Nitida it is, rather full bodied Sauvignon from Cape Town.

I'll give it a try.
Not very many places can do this. South Africa is on the list.

Posted by: Duncan Idaho | Apr 5 2021 17:59 utc | 5

Cheers for that, B.

Hamburg is my fav European city. Was at Miniature Wonderland a few years ago. The airport is just amazing. My fav was one underwater scene with a cow wearing SCUBA gear!

Posted by: Bevin Kacon | Apr 5 2021 18:21 utc | 6

I counted 27 or 28 songs

Posted by: anonymous human | Apr 5 2021 18:50 utc | 7

Sauvignon blanc is a magical grape and Sancerre is really home of Sauvignon. For lovers:
https://youtu.be/o-cF-QPeyP0


"Chapeau bas, les artistes !"

How long before "Russia weaponized modelscapes"?

https://youtu.be/9fNBlLWYthQ

Posted by: Bernard F. | Apr 5 2021 18:52 utc | 8

How Many Glasses?
The crazies at french wonderland used the lockdown too.

"Some of a bitch" ...with assault weapons
https://twitter.com/Poulin2012/status/1379019691797135360?s=20


450€ fine for having a drink at the beach. Really expansive "Sauvignon"

Posted by: Bernard F. | Apr 5 2021 19:11 utc | 9

But does the train run on time or in time?!

Thanks b.

Posted by: tucenz | Apr 5 2021 19:29 utc | 10

Crazies indeed. I just watched the airport video and I agree it was very well done. The part of the landing and take-off was great. Not that it matters but using transparent rods like acrylic would be even better.

Posted by: Ian2 | Apr 5 2021 20:21 utc | 11

that is really insane and many people have a lot of free time on their hands!

Posted by: james | Apr 5 2021 20:22 utc | 12

no free time!! they are paid for it!
i like the luna park!

Posted by: Mina | Apr 5 2021 20:30 utc | 13

@duncan, It's a good wine. I have this shop which sells interesting underdog wines from South Africa because the market of french wines is too hard to make a living from :)

Posted by: Tuyzentfloot | Apr 5 2021 20:37 utc | 14

Nice)
Hmm, filmed by a camera crane, a drone, manually?
Seems that the episode in the tunnel speaks in favor of the drone.

Posted by: alaff | Apr 5 2021 20:57 utc | 15

Sweet B thanks!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C_CDLBTJD4M&t=40s

Posted by: Gazza | Apr 5 2021 21:22 utc | 16

Wow! Thanks for posting this. You made my day!

Posted by: theblesseddamozel | Apr 5 2021 23:42 utc | 17

Definitely some opera buffs there. Well done. Grazie. Merci. Gracias etc etc. And cheers!

Posted by: Miss Lacy | Apr 5 2021 23:59 utc | 18

Thanks b, attention to detail is amazing. Guess they glued the glasses down?

Posted by: vetinLA | Apr 6 2021 0:05 utc | 19

Thanks for this Bernhard. I forwarded the two videos to my engineering and modeling friends and family, and everyone else too.

Hey alaff, did you see the later part of the train footage as one guy is following the train around with his handheld phone filming, and then passes it smoothly to another person on the other side of the track to continue. There is space on each side of the track for the camera person.

I counted 13 passes over the track during the entire run, you can see one about 08:16. Not sure about the tunnel sequence though, I think there was a window to the left of the train to film through.

And it must go throughout the entire model world, with harbour, mountains, airport, town and volcano!

Tres magnifique.

Posted by: jonku | Apr 6 2021 1:30 utc | 20

World needs more news like this.

I love me classic train, they would be cool to be made as toys, choo choo!

Posted by: Smith | Apr 6 2021 1:36 utc | 21

NZ has dope Sav

Posted by: Jezabeel | Apr 6 2021 5:04 utc | 22

One of those glasses was out of tune.

No, not that one. The one over there.

Posted by: RoHa | Apr 6 2021 6:23 utc | 23

I love the LGB German train! Inside every human is a longing for eccentricity.

Posted by: Kaiama | Apr 6 2021 6:53 utc | 24

Jordanian coup attempt...

Anyone know who these alleged 'foreign powers' involved may be?

https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/middle-east/prince-hamzah-jordan-royal-family-b1826909.html

https://www.jpost.com/middle-east/jordan-a-family-dispute-or-a-foreign-backed-plot-664086

Posted by: Et Tu | Apr 6 2021 10:55 utc | 25

All that effort and what do you get?

Plink, plink, bing, bing, plink and no Stairway to Heaven”.

Posted by: NotBob | Apr 6 2021 16:27 utc | 26

@NotBob | Apr 6 2021 16:27 utc | 25:
Plink, plink, bing, bing, plink Stairway to Heaven

Posted by: dustbunny | Apr 6 2021 17:14 utc | 27

Germany is carrying a Target2 balance due it from the other EU countries of 1.1 trillion Euros.

Posted by: p | Apr 6 2021 17:50 utc | 28

@28

Wrong thread.

Posted by: pogohere | Apr 6 2021 17:51 utc | 29

dustbunny@27,

Many thanks. My faith in humanity is restored.

( I went to school as a percussion major. I still have those same mallets! Sounded good on a rosewood marimba the school had.)

Posted by: NotBob | Apr 6 2021 18:27 utc | 30

this is incredible! i love this, how did i miss it yesterday! thank you so much. wonderful.

Posted by: annie | Apr 6 2021 22:26 utc | 31

At 00:52 there is a model of the Elbphilharmonie in Hamburg designed by the Swiss firm Herzog & De Meuron. The building design was begun in 2001 and completed in 2016. <https://www.herzogdemeuron.com/index/projects/complete-works/226-250/230-elbphilharmonie-hamburg.html>

Posted by: Matt | Apr 7 2021 13:07 utc | 32

About 25,500 glasses used.

Posted by: Formerly T-Bear | Apr 7 2021 17:52 utc | 33

What a wonderful world

Posted by: IAN SMITH | Apr 8 2021 3:36 utc | 34

Nice coverage of this in Canadian news.

https://www.ctvnews.ca/video?playlistId=1.5378189

Spolier alert: Answers to both questions are included.

Posted by: Quasi Retired anony | Apr 8 2021 14:34 utc | 35

For the cynics in the bar, who wonder, why is Canada sucking up to Germany??

https://twitter.com/KamilKaramali/status/1379828346016702464

The Tweet contains the CDC warning all US citizens to “avoid all travel to Canada” due to the high level of COVID-19. (But that CDC warning is in place for almost every country, according to another Tweet in the replies.) Not that the border between our countries is open yet, but...

Posted by: Quasi Retired anonym | Apr 8 2021 14:42 utc | 36

Thanks, b!

Posted by: beq | Apr 10 2021 0:42 utc | 37

Greetings from Garden Railroading News! Astonishing! Remarkable! A joy to watch. Thank you for bringing some joy into our challenging world. As another correspondent said, the world needs more news like this.

Posted by: Mick Spilsbury | Apr 10 2021 10:36 utc | 38

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