These three videos follow the creation of Sean Friar GS's "Clunker Concerto," from searching for car parts in a junkyard to rehearsing with the American Composers Orchestra. The piece had its premiere at Carnegie Hall's Zankel Hall in March, and it led to Friar's winning the Samuel Barber Rome Prize in musical composition. Friar says that while junk parts are associated with loud abrasive sounds, he found that they could make "all these other sounds -- beautiful sounds -- much more rich harmonically in pitch and timbre than I was expecting."