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Encyclopedia > Yuri Lane

Yuri Lane is a beatboxer especially known for beatboxing through a harmonica. He has made a movie, Compulsory Breathing, in which he plays a beatboxer. He has also done some other acting, including in the movies The Principal, Farmer & Chase and Playing Mona Lisa. Beatboxing is the vocal percussion of hip hop culture and music. ... A harmonica is a free reed musical wind instrument (also known, among other things, as a mouth organ, french harp, simply harp, or Mississippi saxophone), having multiple, variably-tuned brass or bronze reeds, each secured at one end over an airway slot of like dimension into which it can freely... Compulsory Breathing is a comedic short movie starring Yuri Lane as a beatboxer, directed by David Munro. ...

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That man is Yuri Lane, aka "the human beatbox," an actor, dancer, hip-hop explorer, multiphonic sound and voice generator and, not at all incidentally, aerobic wonder.
Lane is wired for sound, with a tiny microphone snaking in front of his mouth, and two large amps on either side of the stage.
Yuri performs his morning rituals in Bucktown, deals with the dog and sets out on his odyssey on the L, with stops in the West Loop, Uptown and beyond.
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