Here's a little movie I ran into on the Internet. If you've ever wished someone would push a burning piano - an old upright in this case - from the top of the Empire State Building, then this video will be three and a half minutes well spent.
Lots of sepia tones. A very old feel. New York in slowest motion. I suspect that this is a work of high technology - although you might never notice the technique as you watch the piano fall.
The film is credited to Jeff Desom, the music, entitled Morgenrot, a simple waltz from the album Ferndorf, to Hauschka.
Here's another piano epic by the same duo - Bloksky - focusing more on the artist than on the instrument.
Burning Piano Tags: Hauschka. . . Jeff Desom. . . music video