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The Snowman Couldn't let the season go past without posting this one. from the animated short, The Snowman, this song; Walking In The Air; sung by choirboy Peter Auty is one of the most memorable parts of the show.
Tags: Walking  In  The  Air  Peter  Auty  Raymond  Briggs  The  Snowman 
Added: 30th December 2007
Views: 1358
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Posted By: donmac101
Swinging On A Star This is one of these songs that have so many versions. Funny how little things will strike a chord in ones memory. All it took to recall this one was the word, swinging. Bing Crosby in the guise of a priest was a thing that most will remember, and the amount of films from around this time that had this kind of storyline are too many to mention. This clip is from, Going My Way, A two tissue box movie.
Tags: Bing  Crosby  The  Robert  Mitchell  Boys  Choir 
Added: 3rd February 2008
Views: 2294
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Posted By: donmac101
Samuel Barber Agnus Dei Samuel Barber "Agnus Dei" (Adagio for strings opus 11 Transcription Samuel Barber) Accentus Chamber Choir. This is a tune I've used for years now, to relax to.
Tags: Samuel  Barber  Agnus  Dei  Accentus  Chamber  Choir 
Added: 14th March 2009
Views: 1121
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Posted By: donmac101
Puppy Love 1972 - Donny Osmond Tags: Puppy  Love  1972  -  Donny  Osmond  Kids    choir    boy    soloist    treble    singer    boysinger     
Added: 14th September 2008
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Posted By: Cathy
Wonder Years Eighth-Grade Boys Choir One of my favorite episodes of The Wonder Years was 'The Glee Club.' The plot centered around a perky new music teacher who tries to mould Kevin and some of his eighth-grade classmates into a passable boys' choir. To everyone's surprise, one lad, Warren Gander, has a magnificent voice. But, alas, a disaster of puberty strikes Warren when the time comes for the glee club's public performance of 'Stout-Hearted Men.'
Tags: Wonder  Years  boys  choir 
Added: 13th June 2009
Views: 6433
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Posted By: Lava1964
Remembering the King Family Christmas Specials Tags:     christmas    king    family    sisters    King    Cousins    tina    cole    Alvino    Rey    cam    clarke    glee    caroling    holiday    jingle    bells    santa    claus    pbs    merry    happy    retro    big    band    choir    white  christmas    anime    joy    to    the    world    silent    night    al    burt    bob    mackie    is    coming    town    arcade    fire    my    three    sons    teenage    mutant    ninja    turtles    tmnt    sing    liza    kids    children     
Added: 28th December 2009
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Posted By: Old Fart
West Side Baptist Church Explosion This is one of the great collection of coincidences of all time--or is it something else? You decide. At 7:27 p.m. on Wednesday, March 1, 1950 in Beatrice, Nebraska, the West Side Baptist Church was reduced to smithereens when its gas furnace exploded. The explosion should have resulted in serious injury and/or fatalities to the 15 members of the church choir who normally met at 7:25 p.m. on Wednesdays for practice. However, by a fortuitous series of coincidences, no one was in the building when it exploded because every one of the 15 choir members was uncharacteristically late for one reason or another: The pastor (who actually lit the furnace but had returned home), his wife and daughter were late, as the daughter's dress was soiled and the wife was ironing another. A high-school sophomore was late due to difficulty with her geometry homework. Two sisters were late because their car would not start--and their alternate ride was the member with the geometry problem. Another member and her daughter were late as she had to attend to matters at her mother's house before arriving. Yet another member was delayed while writing an important letter. One member waited until the last possible minute before leaving due to the cold weather. Another member was taking care of his two young sons and did not realize until the last minute he was late. The pianist had planned to arrive 30 minutes early but fell asleep after dinner, which caused her and her mother (the choir's director) to be late. Two high-school students were late because one wanted to hear the end of a radio program; the other waited for her as they customarily went to practice together. Makes you think, doesn't it?
Tags: church  explosion  choir  saved  coincidence 
Added: 5th October 2010
Views: 3549
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Posted By: Lava1964
Major Harris Passes at age 65 Major Harris, a former member of the ‘‘Philadelphia sound’’ soul group the Delfonics and singer of the 1975 hit ‘‘Love Won’t Let Me Wait,’’ has died in Richmond. He was 65. His sister, Catherine Thomas, told The Associated Press that Harris passed away Friday morning from congestive heart and lung failure after being rushed to a hospital. The Richmond native was born Feb. 9, 1947, and grew up in a musical family. His father was a guitarist and his mother led the church choir, Thomas said.
Tags: Delfonics  Major  Harris  Philadelphia  sound  Love  Won’t  Let  Me  Wait  congestive  heart  and  lung  failure       
Added: 9th November 2012
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Posted By: Music Maiden
President Truman Threatens Music Critic President Harry S. Truman had one child--daughter Margaret--who was born in 1924. She began singing locally in choirs in Missouri as a youth. By the late 1940s, when her father was president, she got more noteworthy singing gigs on the radio and in occasional concerts. On December 5, 1950 Margaret performed a program of Schumann, Schubert and Mozart pieces at Constitution Hall in Washington. The Washington Post's music critic, Paul Hume, wrote, "Miss Truman is a unique American phenomenon with a pleasant voice of little size and fair quality. She is extremely attractive on stage. Yet Miss Truman cannot sing very well. She is flat a good deal of the time--more so last night than at any time we have heard her in past years." Upon reading Hume's review, father Harry's paternal instincts kicked in and he went berserk. The president quickly penned a blistering missive to Hume that called him a "frustrated old man who wishes he could have been successful." It concluded with the president bluntly stating, "Some day I hope to meet you. When that happens you'll need a new nose, a lot of beefsteak for black eyes, and perhaps a supporter below." Hume was astonished by the letter and showed it to his editor who planned to print it in the next issue of the Post. However, the paper's publisher nixed the idea. Nevertheless, Hume told Milton Berliner, the music critic of the Washington News, about HST's threatening letter. The story ran in the rival newspaper and was later widely circulated well beyond the District of Columbia via the wire services.
Tags: Harry  Margaret  Truman  singer  criticism  threat 
Added: 5th July 2015
Views: 1569
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Posted By: Lava1964

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