For Your Sunday Entertainment - Flashmobs from around the world

Posted by freedomforall 2 months ago to Culture
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Le Boléro de Ravel interprété par des musiciens de l'Orchestre national d'Île-de-France

Bucharest International Henri Coanda Airport by Bucharest Symphony Orchestra

"God Bless America" Flash Mob with Denver Brass

Tchaikovsky Flashwaltz at Hadassah Hospital

Bohemian Rhapsody, Queen

Flash Mob at the Bank of America Tower - CMC @ NY


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  • Posted by  $  Olduglycarl 2 months ago
    TEDX posted video...fantastic!

    We should get a group to do that in the congressional halls of every government during a congressional spat.

    They say that music calms the savage beasts!

    Might work for the lamestream media too, do it just before one of their diatribes.

    Thanks Freedom...The posted vid and of course, GBA brought tears to my eyes...
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  • Posted by  $  exceller 2 months ago
    Thanks a million, FFA!

    Made my day.

    You have a nice collection of them. It is superb idea to take concert to public places. People appreciate it.

    Here is another one from Budapest...
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    • Posted by 2 months ago
      I'm glad you enjoy them. I decided to not post some that had good quality music because it was clear that the music had been staged elsewhere and dubbed in. No doubt the same musicians performed it in a place with better acoustics.
      It is a great idea to introduce great music to more people in public places.
      When I visited Vienna many years ago the symphony and the opera both had standing room tickets for $2 on the day of the show, and they were in the center just a few feet from the orchestra pit. Standing in line for 5 hours is rewarded to those who can't pay $200.
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      • Posted by  $  exceller 2 months ago
        One advantage (not many) in working in SF that there are free concerts at the BART station almost every day.

        As you step off the train at your station, there is a quartet one day and a bass singing "La Donna Mobile" the next.
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