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March of the Trolls (Grieg) | Alexi Heroux
Select an instance for watching the video:
invidious.lunar.icu (audio)
inv.nadeko.net (audio)
yt.artemislena.eu (audio)
invidious.baczek.me (audio)
youtube.owacon.moe (audio)
invidious.fdn.fr (audio)
invidious.protokolla.fi (audio)
Other instances:
redirect.invidious.io (audio)
Program for downloading:
yt-dlp (documentation)
If you use Window$, you can download yt-dlp.exe and type this in the MS-DOS prompt:

yt-dlp 'https://www.youtube.com/embed/sw_OfwsvqrM'

Watch at youtube (^) (not recommended):

Youtube.com requires nonfree software (Javascript code) for normal use of the site; after changes Google made in August 2017, nothing is visible in a typical Youtube page without running its nonfree Javascript code.
However, it is ok to refer to the same videos on an offshoot of invidio.us; just make sure not to choose one that is "protected" by Cloudflare, since that sends its own nonfree software. This way of referring is probably fail-safe: it may cease to work, but it will probably not start leading people to run nonfree software. You don't need a special "platform" to post an audio or video on the Web. You can post an audio or video file on any web site. Just put up the WebM file and link to it as if it were an ordinary page. All graphical browsers can handle that.

I suggest that you don't watch the video with the browser, but download it with yt-dlp instead and play it from your hard drive, with a specialised program, particularly if you want to watch it more than once, because: So if you are concerned with global heating, pollution and exhaustion of Earth's resources, you should download all the videos you want to watch.
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