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CUUSOO project: LEGO Music Architecture

by admin on September 9, 2012

in Featured Creations

Here is a wonderful LEGO CUUSOO project that is gaining momentum and worthy of your support: LEGO Music Architecture, featuring LEGO pianos and other classical keyboard-instruments by Hidaka.

The idea of this LEGO CUUSOO project is to create a set of LEGO minifigure size keyboard-instruments. Besides building-instructions for the LEGO pianos, the sets would also include information about the instruments’ history and making. Also the sets would feature minifigure versions of famous composers and details of their life.

Adding information about the musical instruments would make the LEGO Music Architecture sets not just appealing to LEGO fans, but also music fans. The concept is similar to the LEGO Architecture sets, where a nicely detailed booklet is included about the structure featured, as well as the architect who designed it. This makes the sets suitable as novelty gift items for people outside of the LEGO community. Check out this video:

And of course having unique minifigures in each of the LEGO Music Architecture set, would appeal to collectors, as well as LEGO fans. The currently included ideas for minifigure composers include: Bach, Chopin, Mozart and Beethoven. Who wouldn’t want to have those big-wigs in their minifigure collection? 🙄

Here are some other musical instruments that are currently included in the LEGO Music Architecture series: grand piano, upright piano, harpsichord and pipe-organ. I’m sure other interesting instruments can be added as well.

The LEGO Music Architecture project currently has close to 3,000 votes on LEGO CUUSOO. If you would like this project to be made into official LEGO sets, please vote for it – every vote is important. Remember that LEGO projects listed on CUUSOO need 10,000 votes before LEGO would consider making them into sets, so share it with your friends. If you would like this project to succeed please vote: GO HERE TO VOTE 

Also, if you go to the LEGO CUUSOO page, Hidaka has provided building instructions and parts lists for both the grand piano and the upright piano, in case you would like to build one yourself. Just scroll down about half-way through the page: PIANO INSTUCTIONS HERE 

What do you think of the LEGO Music Architecture sets? Do you think they would make great LEGO sets? What other musical instruments would you add to the line? And how about composers? Share your thoughts and ideas in the comment section below! 😉

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The Yellow Ninja September 10, 2012 at 11:23 AM

Hey…..Where did all the comments go?

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Garmadon September 10, 2012 at 12:28 PM

Good question.
Probably another problem with the server 🙁

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admin September 10, 2012 at 1:17 PM

Garmadon, we have been transferred over to a larger server to be able to handle our traffic. Comments that were posted on the old server while the transfer was going on are unfortunately lost. On the positive side, we should be able to handle more traffic from now on. 😉

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Eric at A Lego a Day September 10, 2012 at 4:51 PM

Out of curiosity, what kind of traffic are you getting?

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admin September 10, 2012 at 4:58 PM

Eric, the avarage is 7,000 visits a day and half a million page-views per month. It was impossible to keep it on a shared server any longer. Had to bite the bullet and get a VPS Pro plan. Not cheap. 😐

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Eric at A Lego a Day September 11, 2012 at 11:11 AM

Wow! That’s incredible! I was happy I’ve gone from like 5 hits a day to 50+ in a couple months. Hopefully I’ll get to 5000+ some day.

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admin September 11, 2012 at 12:20 PM

Eric, if you would like to grow your blog, I would encourage you to find your own voice. Focus on providing value and creating unique content that nobody else have. TBB started out with a bang because one of my first posts was a tutorial that nobody else did. It took me two full days to write it, but it worked. 1,000 visits a day in the first month. I could never really duplicate that kind of success, but it started a momentum. So don’t be afraid to be different. 😉

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admin September 10, 2012 at 1:16 PM

Yellow Ninja, we just have been transferred to a new, larger server, so comments posted while the transfer was going on are unfortunately lost. 🙁

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legosw September 10, 2012 at 8:41 PM

nut!

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anniekan September 11, 2012 at 10:56 PM

lol!

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legosw September 10, 2012 at 8:44 PM

that’s sad 🙁

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legosw September 10, 2012 at 8:47 PM

admin, i have a question.

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legosw September 10, 2012 at 8:48 PM

admin, i have a question

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legosw September 10, 2012 at 8:56 PM

i’m sorry about that, my computer was acting up and i said some things twice 😳

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jigz April 11, 2017 at 11:25 PM

where do i bbuy that in the philippines

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admin April 12, 2017 at 11:10 AM

It was a project submitted on LEGO CUUSOO (now LEGO Ideas) years ago. It is not a set available for sale.

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