Transformation Cameron Carpenter Lost an incredible 108 Pounds

 

Cameron Carpenter and Sarah Willis explore the Berlin Philharmonie Organ

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Organist Cameron Carpenter takes Bach on the road: Classical concert for corona lockdown

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TRANSFORMATION: Tom’s STAGGERING 430 Pound Weight Loss

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Cameron Carpenter Bach: French Suite No. 5 in G Major, BWV 816 Gigue

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Cameron Carpenter Demonstrates M&O Opus 4 Pt. 1 (Orchestral)

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Cameron Carpenter Bach’s Fugue in B Minor (Live at SFJAZZ)

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Osterkonzert mit Cameron Carpenter Im Konzerthaus Berlin

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He had lost around fifteen pounds from his already slim body.

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The amount of weight he lost is impressive, but even more astonishing is the fact that he lost it eating Subway sandwiches.

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He lost more weight than someone as naturally thin as he could afford and was gaunt and haggard, more hawklike than ever.

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Between pictures he regains his lost eight or ten pounds.

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He gained flesh and added fifty-five pounds to his weight during the following six months, and was restored to excellent health.

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Not only did he lose weight, but he got his health and his life back.

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He was losing far more than fat: he lost significant lean weight, muscle and bone.

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He lost 7 pounds with these two lifestyle changes.

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He has now lost weight, stopped smoking, and exercises regularly.

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  • My mother was the same way although she wasn’t 700 lbs, she was still heavy at 200 lbs and 4’11”
    I witnessed her life slowly decline with diabetes, hypertension, CHF and the subcatagory of health issues related to these diseases: glaucoma, swollen legs and feet, weeping sores, multiple ministrokes. Just seeing her like that scared the daylights out of me! It also inspired me (in a negative-inspiring way) to get myself healthy, knowing I carried some of those genetic predispositions!
    She lived to be 86, incredible I know, but for at least 45 of those years her quality of life pretty much sucked.

  • I believe Cameron Carpenter is one of the greatest musical geniuses of our time. Unfortunately, like many of the works of Picasso or Dali, his output will often be misunderstood and be perceived as strange and grotesque by more average minds.

  • Why he doesn’t try to compose his own music with Bach’s style, he can try and do new things with his music but he just argue that he’s against the traditional way to play Bach

  • Very nice presentation. Grossly oversimplified, I would prefer A more in depth Discussion of the technical aspects Of this fine instrument. He is quite condescending As if he is speaking to Elementary school children. Just kidding, I enjoyed every moment And I think I learned something

  • STUPID COMMENT ALERT!!!!

    I thought a pipe organ was supposed to sound like a pipe organ. How does this have so many sounds and do all the sounds come just from the pipes?

  • Hm, that organ…… I here thousand times more preferred the Cavaillé Coll in st ouen than that plastic sound box. It might be a very expensive sampling box, but I’m not confidented about that.

  • He is a consummate musician and performer.. these videos don’t really capture the true Sonics of this instrument. I offered to record his performance in immersive 12.1 Surround last year in LA. I still regret that it did not work out. A VR of him would be extraordinary.����

  • Stop talking and play the music. And why do you look like a rooster? Everyone, look up Scott Brothers (Tom and Jonathan Scott). Hugely more talented than this guy and not a shed of pretentiousness about them! Oh, my goodness, this rendition is absolutely awful. He is supposed to be “a young superstar”! Are you freaking kidding me?

  • quel dommage et quel gâchis! cet organiste possède une technique  mais mise au service du plus mauvais goût et de l’esbroufe musicale!…Aucun respect pour le style!… Il serait sans doute plus intéressant d’écouter ce jeune organiste  en improvisation  que de l’entendre trahir et déformer ce que les compositeurs ont écrit, avec le mauvais prétexte d’un dépoussiérage d’oeuvres intemporelles qui ne vieillissent pas, telles que celles composées par le grand Maître J.S.BACH!

  • In june 2014 i was 310 pounds and now 2 years later i am at 202 pounds. (Im 5″10′) That “one pound at a time” saying is SO true! People always ask me how i was able to lose THAT much and im always short on words. Because losing 30 pounds is the same process as losing a 100 pounds. You just have to keep fighting ����

  • He is the most impressive player i’ve heard, I could watch and listen all day. His talent blows my mind and if he is to ever come to Arizona i’ll be there!

  • […] In the world of automatic musical instruments, the most human-sounding orchestrions (by Weber and Hupfeld) and violin-playing machines (by Hupfeld) get at least part of their remarkable human quality through either the multiple-speed tremulant used by Weber, or the single-stroke (infinitely variable) tremulant used by Hupfeld.