A joyful gift performed in an elegant, monumental city. . . . .
Reblogged this on It Is What It Is and commented:
I’ve seen this one before. It has always made me smile. I reblog for others to see. TY for sharing!!
Thank you the reblog!
Always! That was a good one! Hugs …
How many instruments do you play?
I’ve played 4 of them: piano, organ (in church), melodica and the guitar – at different times in my life. Now mostly piano & guitar.
A Renaissance woman. . . . .
TY! I love music! I admire those who have talent. The Piano Guys is an example. Pentatonix …. Found a video a few days ago: The Bottle Boys. Check them out on YouTube. 🙂
Will do !
this is too cute!
I’ve seen this before and absolutely love it.
Was in Vienna two years ago and the city centre street theater life is amazing – one city I could live in for sure 😀
It is one of husband ‘a favorite cities. He is Adolfo Loos fan. I thought it beautiful but felt strong anti -semitism and didn’t like that . Besides, sachor-torte was dry and tasteless, not at all living up to it’s reputation!
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I love the traditional “Ode to Joy,” and wonder if the flash mob’s is changed? I am at the library and don’t want to go buy ear-buds! I am sure glad to see so many participants and would love the energy if I were there! Smiles, Robin
No it is traditional. Love seeing the joy on the audience’s faces!
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