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Tuesday, 3 July 2012

Just Wonderful…

I just adore this.

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  1. That is just brilliant. The audience certainly got a treat there.

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    1. I agree, Jon. I am always close to tears by the end of this. :-)

      In case you missed it first time around there's also another lovely flashmob to be found by clicking
      HERE

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    2. That one was good, but Ravel was better for me.
      I remember it from first time.
      Stirring stuff :)

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    3. They both have the same "feel" about them - professionally produced, lots of cameras, and decent sponsors to get it to work.

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  2. Wonderful indeed! Thanks for sharing Alan!

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    1. I found it from my son, Oli, on FB.
      I love watching the children in it. Pure joy.
      :-)

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  3. Thats great, how did they get that full drum kit set up? Would love to get involved in something like that, slight problem though, I can't play an instrument, dance or sing.

    You've probably seen them before but my two favourite flashmobs are:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2LE8y_xghgM&feature=youtube_gdata_player

    &

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SXh7JR9oKVE

    Sorry they are not links, I'm a.bit of a noob.

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    1. If you watch it a few time Adrian, you notice all sorts of lovely things. The drum kit came out of the bank behind the chorus.
      :-)

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  4. Oooh that was very uplifting. If I could have remembered the words I'd have sung along to it!

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    1. That's what the internet is for.
      There should be a reprise at Callater Lodge next May...

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    2. Now, there's an idea :-)
      Thinks, how to get the instruments there?
      These flash mobs are always a joy.

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    3. We should ask JJ - He managed the logistics of Lynsey's birthday cake...

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  5. Excellent - must admit me nose started to tingle a bit.

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  6. We clapped and cried here in Bowie, Maryland!!

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    1. It does hook your emotions, doesn't it?
      :-)

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  7. Well I'm glad I'm not the only chap here to confess a certain moistness in the eyes.

    "BEAUTY! JOY! LOVE!" as the character says (shouts) across the Italian countryside in Forster's Room With A View.

    As you were.

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  8. Brightened my morning in a big way - thanks :)

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