'Recycled Orchestra' Turns Trash into Music

MUST SEE: These young musicians live in a garbage dump in South America -- It's the Recycled Orchestra. They got that name because all the instruments these kids play are made with materials found in the trash. Old water pipes become saxophones. Forks, knives, spoons and coins become the keys. Cans and bake trays are used to make violins and percussion drums are made with trash cans. Learn more: http://go.cbn.com/156

Posted by CBN News on Wednesday, May 6, 2015
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