When composer Felix Mendelssohn wrote the “Wedding March” back in the mid-1800s, it’s doubtful he envisioned how popular it would become. And it’s even more doubtful he could have envisioned a world in which the song would be recreated with the squeaks of a toy rubber chicken. Alas, this is the world we live in now Mendelssohn. Be happy you’re not alive to see this.
Despite the toy’s high-pitched squeaks and chicken form, TwoSetViolin’s Brett Yang and Eddy Chen manage to pull off a pretty convincing rendition of the song.