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Category Archives: A Capella
It wasn’t that good of a movie, but the song A Little Patch of Heaven from Home On The Range makes one heck of a barbershop quartet song. Check out this version from Section 4. Hard to believe they’re in … Continue reading
The University of Michigan’s a capella group Amazin’ Blue put on their blue face and performed a terrific rendition of Peter Gabrial’s “Down To Earth” from the Wall-E Soundtrack. That’s a little more Blue Man Group than Pixar, but I’m … Continue reading
Today’s Videopolis should bring back memories of a youthful Christian Bale dancing in the streets. Yep, it’s Seize The Day from Disney’s Newsies from Sweet Nothings at Truman State University. A broadway musical version is current in pre-production at Disney … Continue reading
I’m very impressed by this song from Ryan Narciso. It’s him doing all 10 parts a capella covering “A Whole New World” from Disney’s Aladdin. Ryan also has more Disney songs which you can find on his Facebook page.