Videopolis – “You Can Fly” by Rendezvous Quartet

I’m toying around with a new series of posts, or potentially even a separate blog, focused on the influence of Disney in online video as created by fans and artists. There’s a wealth of great, and some not so great, creations on Youtube and Vimeo that deserves to be seen by a wider audience.

Take, for instance, this video by Rendezvous Quartet. They’re an A Capella group from Toronto who have recorded a small number of Disney songs in this barbershop/close harmony style that’s recently seen a bit of a resurgence thanks to shows like Glee and The Sing Off.

I really enjoyed that. Didn’t you? Head to Youtube to view it in HD for the best quality. I hope Disney figures out a way to incorporate a bit more performing groups like this in its parks and television offerings. In the meantime, I’ll go exploring and I hope that you’ll use either the comments here or the feedback link down below to send me some of your favorite internet video performances from the realm of Disney.

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9 Responses to Videopolis – “You Can Fly” by Rendezvous Quartet

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  2. lorie says:

    Don’t forget Four for a Dollar that performed the Beauty and the Beast preshow at the Studios. They were an all male a capella group and my favorite Disney performers until Disney got rid of them over a year ago.

  3. If you like Disney songs A Capella, and I do, check out this version of I can fly.

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  5. Mark says:

    That was wonderful. I love Barbershop music. Share more, please!

  6. Ilea says:

    This is a video I did back in 2007 for a contest to see The Little Mermaid on Broadway. I’m really proud of myself for being able to keep up with the song…6 different times and becoming 6 different sisters with 6 different solos! It was very challenging. Kudos to my friend Kurtis for splicing all 6 of me together.

    Here is the link:

    Hope you like!

  7. Andrea says:

    I went to high school with some of those guys! I’m SO excited that you found this video – they truly are an amazing talent!

  8. Thanks for alerting us to these guys. We’re going to feature them on The Show next week.

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