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Something to do in the Chama depot
Posted by: Bill Scobie (IP Logged)
Date: December 13, 2011 06:38AM

This was sent to me by Don W. one of the narrow gaugers from up state NY. W could do the same in the Chama depot buy us the CSO. Chama Symphony Orchestra (all four members). Russo could conduct and Roger could record for youtube.

Enjoy.
Bill.


RAVEL'S BOLERO @ COPENHAGEN TRAIN STATION

Not to be missed!

On May 2, 2011, the Copenhagen Philharmonic amazed commuters at the Copenhagen Central Train Station, as they created a kind of orchestral "flash mob" – performing Ravel's famed Bolero, with the musicians gradually assembling in place as the work progresses. The video – which shows not only the assembling orchestra, but also the delighted faces of the commuters – has generated overwhelming interest, and indeed has exceeded the orchestra’s expectations.


Speakers ON, volume UP, and watch in full screen by first clicking on the link below then, click on the 4 arrows on bottom right of video frame:


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Subject Written By Posted
  Something to do in the Chama depot Bill Scobie 12/13/2011 06:38AM
  Re: Something to do in the Chama depot Greg Scholl 12/13/2011 07:21AM
  Re: Something to do in the Chama depot guymonmd 12/13/2011 08:21AM
  Re: Something to do in the Chama depot hank 12/13/2011 10:25AM
  Re: Something to do in the Chama depot Ed Stabler 12/13/2011 11:28AM
  Re: Something to do in the Chama depot employee2 12/15/2011 01:27AM
  Re: Something to do in the Chama depot hank 12/15/2011 10:50AM
  Re: Something to do in the Chama depot employee2 12/16/2011 03:36AM
  Re: Something to do in the Chama depot hank 12/16/2011 10:12AM
  Re: Something to do in the Chama depot tomc 12/17/2011 11:47AM
  Re: Something to do in the Chama depot hank 12/18/2011 10:19AM
  Re: Something to do in the Chama depot ... Music Russo Loco 01/16/2012 08:05PM
  Re: Something to do in the Chama depot ... Music Ed Stabler 01/16/2012 08:36PM


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Eastbound Colorado & Southern freight train leaving Waterton, Jefferson County, Colorado; Engines 69 and 70 and twenty-eight cars curve round bend at 15 MPH. Pbotographed: March 31 1941

Photo courtesy of the Denver Public Library Digital Image Collection catalog number MCC-3239.

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