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Friday, December 3, 2010

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Wow. I'm not embarrassed to say that brought tears to my eyes.

Thanks, man. I definitely needed that.

It was a totally manufactured moment, but there was definitely something special there.

I thinks it's a variation of the "flash party/flash mob" modern phenomenon, but going in a good direction.

If you want to waste a couple hours of your life, poke around here:


Hallelujah! Leonard Cohen is coming to town!

Allison Crowe is the one who brings tears to my eyes. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vIMOdVXAPJ0

We were taught in school that it was a tradition for people to stand whenever the Hallelujah Chorus is performed. Also, you were not supposed to clap at the end.

The custom probably isn't followed much anymore. That is probably because the Hallelujah Chorus is considered religious and it is not permitted to be sung in schools these days. Too bad.

Thank you for posting this. Quite a pleasant surprise. A visually uninteresting link at first glance turns out to be a whole bunch of emotion jumping out at you. Good work!

We have our Leonard Cohen tickets, Brad. See you there!

That was excellent.

Also got Cohen tix!

During my senior year of “high” school, I remember he was a heck of a guy! http://1heckofaguy.com/2010/08/04/leonard-cohen-video-the-ladies-man-keeps-his-hat-on/

The chick at 4:04 is hot.

Here is a link to another "Random Act of Culture" done in Philly...


Pretty cool!

My school used to perform that for every Christmas choir program. All former choir members were invited to come sing with us. We'd get over 200 people on that stage. Thanks for sharing this. I loved it.

I am aware of a FLASH MOB version of the Hallelujah Chorus schedule for Portland this month

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