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15 Incredible Performances On Street Pianos From Around The World

The street piano movement is bringing out some amazing talent.

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1. This unnamed pianist in Dortmund played an amazing version of Diddy's "Coming Home."

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2. This flair-filled performance took place in St. Pancras station in London.

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3. And also at St. Pancras, this man played Radiohead and Coldplay.

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The person who filmed the video said, "I felt sorry for the guy who was playing because he missed all the trains back home for dinner with his wife to be with us. He finally caught the the last."

4. This is Sven van Koetsveld, playing in Germany.

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5. A street piano in Paris sees this man play a dazzling array of different songs.

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6. George Harliono in Cambridge.

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7. Shaqaila Uelese covered "Bohemian Rhapsody" in New Zealand.

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8. And in Melbourne, former Melbourne Fringe winner Gillian Cosgriff covered "Happy."

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9. This was at Liverpool Street in London.

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10. These two guys teamed up to play an improvised piece three-handed.

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11. Daft Punk's "Get Lucky" gets the street piano treatment from Samuel Bagala in Boston.

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12. Alysha Brillinger, in Toronto.

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13. "Foxgang Amadeus," by Michael McNamara in Ontario.

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14. This very young pianist, Vasil Voitovich, gave an incredible performance in Lviv, Ukraine.

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15. Finally, AyseDeniz performed Alla Turca Jazz by Fazil Say on 50 different pianos, across the city of London.

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She said "This project represents my wishes for a more democratic and tolerant Turkey in which artists, writers and intellectuals can think and speak freely."