Watch: Horns need not be annoying, make music with them!

In the video, a man is seen with about a dozen air horns strapped to his body, as he happily blows them with quick movements of his limbs. He has three men behind him, playing music on a guitar, a violin and an accordion type piano, as he smiles for the camera and nods his head to the quirky-yet-enjoyable music they all create in collaboration.

By Author   |   Published: 1st Jun 2017   14hrs

Auto drivers in India used to blow (paa-poo, paa-poo) their annoying little bulb horns at everything that came in their way — even if there was just vast nothingness in front of them. Children, however, used to enjoy the music of such unrefined honking. From that innocent age when technology wasn’t disrupting the ways of the auto driver or the musician, we have a video doing the rounds on social media. In the video, a man is seen with about a dozen air horns strapped to his body, as he happily blows them with quick movements of his limbs. He has three men behind him, playing music on a guitar, a violin and an accordion type piano, as he smiles for the camera and nods his head to the quirky-yet-enjoyable music they all create in collaboration. A search on YouTube suggests the video was uploaded seven years ago, and that the man making the most of bicycle horns is an Austrian named Konis Hupen. Watch the video here: