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This is wonderful...........

With all the ugliness going on in the world today, it is nice to know that beauty is still around us.

On Saturday, April 24th, 2010, over thirty members of the Opera Company of Philadelphia Chorus and principal cast members from the upcoming production of LaTraviata converged on the Reading Terminal Market Italian Festival. Wearing street clothes and blending in

with the crowd, the artists swung into action as the first orchestral strains of the famed "Brindisi" were piped through the market, giving a rousing, surprise performance for hundreds of delighted onlookers who were there to enjoy the Italian delicacies and the everyday treats that the Reading Terminal Market has to offer.

The four-minute piece drew an overwhelming crowd, and won a thunderous ovation that included both laughter and tears from the audience.

Do this one also.

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WOW wouldn't that have been something to be a part of ! And in Philly of all places! LOL

As we celebrate our birthday this weekend, remember to laugh, smile and enjoy your family and friends

What the hell, break into a song and dance! And always remember to hold a COLD one high and salute our Brothers and Sister abroad!

Still can't believe this happened in Philly. Didn't they pelt Santa with snowballs! lol

HAPPY BIRTHDAY AMERICA!

Semper Fi

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This is wonderful...........

With all the ugliness going on in the world today, it is nice to know that beauty is still around us.

On Saturday, April 24th, 2010, over thirty members of the Opera Company of Philadelphia Chorus and principal cast members from the upcoming production of LaTraviata converged on the Reading Terminal Market Italian Festival. Wearing street clothes and blending in

with the crowd, the artists swung into action as the first orchestral strains of the famed "Brindisi" were piped through the market, giving a rousing, surprise performance for hundreds of delighted onlookers who were there to enjoy the Italian delicacies and the everyday treats that the Reading Terminal Market has to offer.

The four-minute piece drew an overwhelming crowd, and won a thunderous ovation that included both laughter and tears from the audience.

Do this one also.

This is a good one also.

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This is wonderful...........

With all the ugliness going on in the world today, it is nice to know that beauty is still around us.

On Saturday, April 24th, 2010, over thirty members of the Opera Company of Philadelphia Chorus and principal cast members from the upcoming production of LaTraviata converged on the Reading Terminal Market Italian Festival. Wearing street clothes and blending in

with the crowd, the artists swung into action as the first orchestral strains of the famed "Brindisi" were piped through the market, giving a rousing, surprise performance for hundreds of delighted onlookers who were there to enjoy the Italian delicacies and the everyday treats that the Reading Terminal Market has to offer.

The four-minute piece drew an overwhelming crowd, and won a thunderous ovation that included both laughter and tears from the audience.

Do this one also.

these are both so COOL!!...I have the second one on my puter and watch it every once in awhile, have not seen the first one until now....Thanks for the post....excellent!

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This is wonderful...........

With all the ugliness going on in the world today, it is nice to know that beauty is still around us.

On Saturday, April 24th, 2010, over thirty members of the Opera Company of Philadelphia Chorus and principal cast members from the upcoming production of LaTraviata converged on the Reading Terminal Market Italian Festival. Wearing street clothes and blending in

with the crowd, the artists swung into action as the first orchestral strains of the famed "Brindisi" were piped through the market, giving a rousing, surprise performance for hundreds of delighted onlookers who were there to enjoy the Italian delicacies and the everyday treats that the Reading Terminal Market has to offer.

The four-minute piece drew an overwhelming crowd, and won a thunderous ovation that included both laughter and tears from the audience.

Do this one also.

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