In this brilliant mashup of classical music, Grant Woolard manages to turn 52 masterpieces from 31 famous composers into a single track that anyone, even those who claim to hate classical music, will end up playing on repeat for days to come.
I might suggest this be required viewing for any judge who is adjudicating a musical plagiarism case. Within a style, there are many ways to present an entire piece of music, but within it have certain phrases and sounds that are very similar. What is aesthetically pleasing to humans is often built on a mathematical, definable, progression of sounds. So Blurred Lines did not steal from Marvin Gaye.