Berliner Philharmoniker Orchestra Video Avaliable on 3DS

Nintendo has just announced that 3DS users can receive an orchestral performance free via SpotPass.

Available through Nintendo Video, 3DS users can get a 3D video of the Berliner Philharmoniker Orchestra rehearsing ‘Russian Dance’ by Igor Stravinsky.

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“The Berliner Philharmoniker has been at the forefront of introducing new audio visual technology for almost one hundred years; from taking part in the first audio recording of a symphony in 1913, to the first audio CD recording in 1981 and in 2010 the first recording of a classical performance in 3D.

The launch of the Berliner Philharmoniker 3D performance via Nintendo 3DS is the latest affiliation with a number of organisations that will deliver content to Nintendo Video users across Europe.”

The video is free, but will only be about for a limited time, so if you like your orchestral music this download is for you.

Source: Press Release

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3 Comments

  1. Sounds cool, wouldn’t have put together N and a German orchestra though, and I wouldn’t connect that with 3DS users.. Oh well, I’d probably give it a bash for free..

  2. That’s great. Now how’s about orchestrating me some games to buy?… :p

  3. Awe..I was hoping to make my own symphonies (Cacophony style with guitars) on the 3DS.

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