Friday, 24 December 2010

Merry Christmas to all blogging friends!





When I saw this video I was very moved by it. All these people singing with devotion!
When I was at highschool I was also a choirmember and we sang parts of the Messiah, one of them was the Hallelujah.These people were pleasantly surprised and I guess that among the singers there were many others who joined in the singing. I would have!

13 comments:

Janice Thomson said...

I saw it last week and thought it was fantastic.
Wishing you and yours a very very Merry Christmas dear Wil.

Marilyn said...

Oh how very wonderful. Thank you for sharing this. It is Christmas morning here in NZ.
I wish you all the blessing that this season brings.

Marina said...

I was a part of a choir too!!! And loved it!!! My sis is coming tommorrow, if the airport is open...You see everything is white here too! If she comes and if the weather allows long trips you'll hear from us during the next 15 days! I'll let you know...
MERRY CHRISTMAS once more...!

Vicki Lane said...

Wonderful!

Brenda said...

Merry Christmas Wil! This is a great video. I would have joined in singing also.

Anya said...

Wat een leuke video :-)
Geweldig !!!!

Fijne kerstdagen
en hopelijk krijgen we niet meer sneeuw :(

Ik ga dadelijk naar mijn broer en zijn familie en morgen tweede kerstdag ben ik bij Marjolein in Breda (zo kom ik de dagen wel door;)

Groetjes Anja

Roger Owen Green said...

merry Christmas, Wil!

Dina said...

It's a great moment on video.
Merry Christmas, Wil!

Dina said...

I just wrote a post about Wonderful counselor and linked to your video here.

Arkansas Patti said...

I too had seen the video and thought it just wonderful. I can only think how moving it must have been to have been shopping and have that suddenly happen. Pure goose bumps.
Merry Christmas Wil to you and yours.

Louis la Vache said...

Christmas Blessings to you, Wil!

Here's another rendition of The Hallelujah Chorus.

The one you show took place in Ontario, Canada near Niagra Falls.

artswebshow.com said...

Lol, it's brilliant the atmosphere these random acts can inspire.
I bet that made them diners day.
Great video.
Enjoyed this

Mark Kreider said...

What a wonderful happening. I'm glad people are participating in these impromptue events.