This was in 2011. The funny thing is, Joelle received this from a friend in Europe, with the comment “The Greeks don’t have money, but their streets are more animated than here in Holland”. Opa Ottawa!
No, I didn’t say “on time”, although that’s important too. What I mean is that it is important that we all follow the same rhythm. This video shows a beautiful example of that. If such a large group can do it…
After you’ve watched that, you’ll find this one funny.
This one is as close to the sheet music as you can get, I think.
A lovely interpretation by the inimitable Nat King Cole.
For those of you who did not grow up with Looney Tunes but with Ja Zuster Nee Zuster or de Fabeltjeskrant, here is the singing frog with its version of Hello Ma Baby:
This is from last year, but if you have 5 minutes to spare, it’s worth watching.
Pat sent this link:
I checked and this band really is part of the Netherlands army!
Of course, you already knew this. But it is also true in a very literal sense, according to some recent Swedish research. Apparently, when we sing together, our heart rates synchronize. If that’s not Harmony, what is? http://www.goteborgdaily.se/choir-singing-good-for-the-heart
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Wikke found this version of one the songs we performed last season “Seventy-Six Trombones”. This one is by André Rieu.