This incredible music machine was built by Martin Molin, who also composed the music that is played during the video:
audio track “Marble Machine” by Wintergatan

The Marble Machine by Martin Molin

The Marble Machine by Martin Molin

I love things like this. Whatever the mind of man can conceive, he can also achieve. Here is a rather wild and eccentric music machine that was thought up by Martin, employing 2000 marbles to create the tones throughout the song. How cool is that! However, he wasn’t satisfied to just imagine the machine, Martin actually created it; brought it to life. If you have ever wanted to build something somewhat crazy, please don’t let anything stop you. Some of the most amazing things on our planet have been build by dreamers.

To see how Martin Molin built the Marble Machine, please visit his site Wintergatan. Meanwhile, enjoy the video of this remarkable musician and his 2000 Marble Machine.

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The Marble Machine, an Unusual Instrument. (2016, March 7). In ClassBrain Teens. Retrieved 12:12, February 22, 2017, from http://classbrain.net/teens/5282-2/
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