“I got obsessed with classical music; I got obsessed with Chopin, with playing the piano.”~ Gary Oldman
Classical musical composer Antonín Dvořák, has got to be spinning in his grave in better fashion than Miley Cyrus at the MTV Music Awards.
Yep. This one is incredible, ladies and gentlemen!!
The Belgium B-Classic Music Festival produced the video to composer Antonín Leopold Dvorák’s ‘Symphony No. 9,’ published in 1893. The festival aims to expose modern audiences to classical music.
By sending in attractive women from South Korea to record a music video of them dancing and twerking to classical music.
And its horrible to admit that I’m not even focused on the classical music when I watch this music video.
Just when you thought it was safe to return to YouTube and casually watch videos again. Even your run of the mill videos of women you think are attractive…. this comes up as some marketing ploy to get people to dig classical music again.
Like I said, it doesn’t work. Not with me at least.
The only thing that really came to mind were the following things:
#1- These girls ought to be lucky that it was done in SOUTH Korea and not NORTH Korea. Otherwise, they’d be in jail or executed.
#3- Where could I find them?
I did not have to look far at all.
This is an actual dance group in South Korea. A professional dance team.
They are called “Waveya.”
I don’t know that much about them, other than that’s the name of the group of girls that did this music video for classical music. And they’ve been around for a little while.
Honestly, I don’t know what to say… twerking in 1893 seems a bit ridiculous. But it was all to get the public’s attention back to enjoying and appreciating classical music again.
Who’s next? Mozart?? Beethoven??
In fact, I DARE them to do all 55 minutes of Mozart’s Requiem… how about that????
Perish the thought!!! Mine eyes hath already behold enough of this Asian booty buffet as it is.