Music Video Of The Day: Mission Impossible by Lindsey Stirling, feat. Piano Guys (2013, dir by ????)

It’s definitely not easy carrying out a top secret spy mission while playing a violin but if anyone could pull it off, it would be Lindsey Stirling!

Please enjoy this fun little video from 2013!

Music Video of the Day: Celtic Carol by Lindsey Stirling (2011, dir by ????)

Let’s start this holiday weekend off with another music video from Lindsey Stirling!

In Celtic Carol, Lindsey is an elf who has been locked into Santa’s workshop.  Apparently, Santa is a really demanding boss, which I always kind of suspected.  I mean, if you’ve ever seen Santa Claus Conquers The Martians, you now what I’m talking about.

Anyway, Elf Lindsey manages to get in the Christmas spirit despite having to work.


Music Video of The Day: What Child is This by Lindsey Stirling (2012, dir by ????)

For today’s music video of the day, we continue with the holiday theme that’s run through most of the recent music video posts.  We also continue with the Lindsey Stirling theme.  I wasn’t initially planning on making this Lindsey Stirling week on the Shattered Lens but, now that I think about it, why not?

This video finds Lindsey performing in the snow.  There’s a chance that it might snow in my home state of Texas this weekend.  I certainly hope so.  Of course, when we say “it might snow” in Texas, what we actually mean is that it might sleet.  And, if it does snow, we’ll probably get like an inch at most.  But still …. snow is snow!


Music Video Of The Day: Skyrim by Lindsey Stirling & Pete Hollens (2012, dir by ????)

I was planning on just picking Christmas videos up until the 25th of December but then I came across this video of Lindsey Stirling and Pete Hollens performing the main theme from Skyrim Elder Scrolls and I simply knew that I had to pick it.

This is for Arleigh.



Music Video Of The Day: Silent Night by Lindsey Stirling (2011, dir by ????)

I am a totally unapologetic fan of Lindsey Stirling.  I imagine some of that is because I wish I could play the violin.  It’s an instrument that has always fascinated me and I’ve always regretted that I never learned how to play it.  I also regret that I never learned how to play the piano or really any musical instrument.  Back when I was in the third grade, I had a music teacher who told me that I had the worst singing voice she had ever heard and that I needed to pay more attention in class.  Oh well!

Anyway, this is a really nice and heartfelt performance of Silent Night.  Silent Night is actually one of my favorite Christmas songs.  I certainly prefer it to that one where everyone’s singing about the bells.

This video was filmed at Temple Square in Salt Lake City.