Wednesday, April 01, 2009

one little song...

people are telling me this makes them smile!...
you might want to pause my Playlist music in the sidebar at the bottom of the page before starting the video...and then sit back and smile...

17 comments:

wburgcanchaser said...

:) I thought you'd like it.... I just had to check this morning and you made me smile and my heart sing :)

Fanciful Expressions said...

What a great video,Angela. I loved it and I'm still smiling.

Cheers,
Carolyn

scb said...

Oh, I loved it!!! I wonder what the bystanders in the station thought... (and how I wish Julie could still hit that top C!)

I'll likely be singing Do, Re, Mi all day now. And wishing *I* could hit that top C. (almost... almost...)

By the way, I had to click through and watch it on YouTube, because the lovely music you have going on your blog was competing with you kids singing! (well, kids-that-were...)

Thanks, Angela.

**when you know the notes to sing, you can sing most anything**

Garden Painter Art said...

Oh, this is fabulous! I think it may have been you that put up a youtube video last year....folks in a train station and the "performers" froze in place for a period of time.

Thanks for sharing:
Kim
Garden Painter Art

sjmcdowell said...

Gee I really needed that.. "one little song"!! I had a Sympathetic nerve block done yesterday for the RSDS I have in my right foot, been feeling a bit low. I smiled and got goose bumps watching the little movie. Thank you Angela!
Hugs and many Blessings to you always.
Susan in Georgia

Tiglizzyclone said...

Really cool! My daughter, Sarah, loved it when I showed her!

margo said...

Y'all's version was cuter. :D But that was interesting.

Eveline said...

Something similar was done at Liverpool Station in London, for T-Mobile. Brilliant tv ad!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VQ3d3KigPQM

Mel Geloneck said...

I loved it! Over 40 years down the road from that movie and it still touches people - including me!

Thanks for touching our lives, Angela - in Sound Of Music, Lost In Space, Make Room for Daddy...

scb said...

I have no hope of hitting the top C at the end of the song today, since I have a wretched cold, but just the thought of this video brightens my day! So I just thought I'd pop in and say Thanks again! Hope your day is going well -- say hello to the flowers in your garden for me. (If I close my eyes and wish really hard, maybe spring will come... ...)

scb said...

Sorry, Angela -- it's me again. Just wondered if you'd seen this... It's the official site of the search for a Belgian Maria, which is what the dance was done to promote.

http://www.vtm.be/mariadans/

LES said...

Finally, something to rival the opening of the Beijing Olympics!

I totally LOVED that. Smiled, got tears in my eyes. It made me glad to be a human, and it reminded me how important it is to tap the human capacity for play.

Thanks to you and the person who told you about it!

E.

aab874 said...

Angela, thought you would like this Beatles article, esp. since it happens on your bday. Their entire catalogue will be released on CDs.
http://www.usatoday.com/life/music/news/2009-04-07-beatles-digital_N.htm
-Amanda
:)

rick said...

Angela,

I loved that vid.. keep posting these "feel good" snippets. Thank you and have a great Easter

Artist in Progress said...

I didn't watch the video, sorry. I just had to tell you that I received In the Garden yesterday and it is the most wonderful collection of art that captured my spirit and soul. I know Denise L. and her artwork is always stunning to me and a bit soulful. I wish that these gardens were real and that I could spend a day in each and now I can with your book. Thank you for sharing yourself and the artists with me. It was truly a gift I will treasure for a long time.

ann h said...

I loved the video!!!It makes me want to get up and sing and dance.Thank you.

JEDI said...

cette video est remarquable Angela
le film "the sound of music" (lamélodie du bonheur en français)est un merveilleux film
do le do il a bon dos
ré rayon de soleil d'or
mi c'est la moitié d'un tout
fa c'est facile à chanter
sol la terre où vous marchez
la l'endroit où vous allez
si c'est siffler comme un merle
et comme ça on revient à do...