Scaramouche, Scaramouche, will you do a fandango?

Moomin’s school choir sings Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody”. Ambitious of them!

If I didn’t totally love his choir director already, this would have done it. I’m taking suggestions for what they should put on their repertoire for next year. “Nevermind” would be just perfect.

The kids have worked incredibly hard this year. Every Monday and Friday, they got up and went to school an hour early for choir practice. I’m so impressed even with the difference since Christmas, in their timing and harmony.

Oh and… a sneak preview of next Monday’s talent show. I caught the 3rd grade at their dance practice, with an older kid as their choreographer and coach. They’re doing a dance to Soulja Boy.

Here’s the instructional video if you want to learn the dance. I can’t wait for this show!

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6 Responses to Scaramouche, Scaramouche, will you do a fandango?

  1. elswhere says:

    This is so fabulous! It reminds me of the Langley Schools Music Project, which CD MG loves–Milo might like it too.

  2. Asianmommy.com says:

    Wow–the kids sound fabulous! You must be so proud!

  3. Ray Macias says:

    It is so nice to have such activities at schools because it always motivates the students to perform well and plan for doing something bigger. There are people use custom essays writing help for writing the best about their activities and it is good to express your excitement.

  4. Richard says:

    Moomin’s schools and the singing of these different students on the special songs is a great effort. These type of days are also good typeressay.org for the students because they can enjoy their life. I love to sing songs in my school days.

  5. bettingtipsx says:

    It is so pleasant to have such exercises at schools since it generally propels the understudies to perform well

  6. To tell you the truth, I am not familiar with choir practice at all. But I think it's great that children are given such a great opportunity to practice regularly and to develop their skills in their timing and harmony.