Amira Willighagen performs ‘O mio babbino caro’ during a Live Concert with André Rieu and the Johann Strauss orchestra at Het Vrijthof in Maastricht, The Netherlands on 11 July 2014.
There’s nothing you cannot do with your voice, if you are this talented…
Händel’s Hallelujah chorus is notoriously difficult to perform well. These “silent monks” found a solution to that problem.
Can we use that technique as well?
Who said you need expensive instruments to make music? Just make your own 🙂
Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody performed by a children’s choir in the former soviet republic of Georgia. Worth watching because of their choreography: gestures, coordinated swaying etc.
We have sung this one on several occasions. Here’s an NFB vignette to go with it.
Or maybe these kids did start too young? But it does sound beautiful.
Beautiful pictures of our great country.
We’re often told to open our mouth to sing, but some talented people don’t need that to be able to project their voice. This young girl is amazing!
But somehow this girl seems too young to sing like this.
The song starts at 1:44, after the intro in Norwegian.