In this video, made on December 23, 2016 in the Pro Organo studio, organ virtuoso and ORGAMUSE designer Frederick Hohman showcases a few of the features of the newly-unveiled digital music platform called the ORGAMUSE. He plays his 1976 organ transcription of The Flight of the Bumblebee, from the opera The Tale of Tsar Sultan by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov, where the pedals are assigned the virtuosic task of playing the theme. ORGAMUSE (Patent Pending) has a pedalboard constructed of visually transparent and translucent materials. Each individual pedal has a light switching device that allows each pedal to glow brilliantly while it is played. Other features of the ORGAMUSE are its open-frame design, with a central support to hold all 4 manuals and digital music rack, and with a perch for the organist to replace the traditional organ bench. These design features provide maximum visibility for the ORGAMUSE player when prominently placed in a stage or theatrical setting. In the video, Frederick tells how he came to transcribe "The Flight of the Bumblebee" in 1976, while enrolled as a junior-year undergraduate student in organ at the Eastman School of Music.