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Tag Archives: a capella
It’s been a while since I’ve done a videopolis and I apologize. To make it up to you here’s a simply fantastic a capella multitrack take on the Dumbo favorite “When I See An Elephant Fly” recorded by the talented … Continue reading
Heather Traska is a 17-year old high school student who was inspired by Nick Pitera to create her own a capella one woman Youtube sensation. Her latest creation, a 7-minute Disney Medley has just gone viral with over 130,000 views … Continue reading
A familiar medley from a different group is this week’s Videopolis. You gotta watch, at least for the first minute. After that you’ll be hooked. I love me some acapella performances. If you have any nominations for Videopolis, please let … Continue reading
You’ve heard of the one man band? Well Nick Pitera is a one man Disney movie soundtrack. I’ve written about Pitera back in 2008 when doing all the parts for one song was still a novelty. But now, with multi-tracking … Continue reading