awesome chorus performance

At this summer’s Barbershop Harmony Society convention and contest, the Missouri-based Ambassadors of Harmony mounted this incredible interpretation of “76 Trombones” and walked away with the contest!   As friend Seth described:

The performance includes about 5 key changes,  concealed foam rubber
instruments whipped out mid-song, and two on-stage costume changes.  The
tag lasts about 16 bars.  Fun stuff.  Be sure and watch through the
enthusiastic ovation to see the stomp which punctuates the whole thing
nicely.  Makes me want to sing in a chorus.

2 thoughts on “awesome chorus performance”

  1. WOW! Fantastic! What a joy to see and hear! The routine owes alot to the type of drill used in marching band contests. Lotsa front and side movement. Struting and joyful exhuberance. Just Great!
    Grandpa Reed


  2. “Then I modestly took my place as the one and only bass,
    and I oompahed up and down the square.”

    After a good rally, Connor’s volleyball team will do the ‘one-two stomp’, reverbing the gym.


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