Wednesday, 19 December 2012

Silent Monks Do the Messiah



There are several examples of this crazy version available on YouTube. Pretty inventive, isn't it? Must take a lot of practice!

26 comments:

Snap said...

This continues to be one of my all time favorite videos. Too much fun!!!!!

turquoisemoon said...

Never saw this before...What a nice way to wake up this morning!!!

Sulky Kitten said...

Think how easy it would be to mess this up!

Suzie said...

LOL! I love it! I kept thinking of how much I'd screw it up, putting up the wrong card at the wrong time, or having it upside down. Thought that the short guy jumping up to reach the high notes was a cute touch!

Robin Larkspur said...

Fab!! Never seen this before. I also liked the single "Lord" sign behind the front row. And how the "monk's hoods in the back row kept flapping in the breeze. Thanks again Debra for another one!!

laughingwolf said...

lol

Adam said...

cool video

mrsduncanmahogany said...

This is wicked! Thanks for posting this great video!

Jane of The Jewels said...

Spectacular! This certainly must have taken a LOT of practice.

Linda Wildenstein said...

wow, that would take so much practice and timing....thanks for sharing.

Jeanne said...

That was cool! :0)

Wendy S. said...

I loved how in sync they were with each other and the children's laughing, wonderful!

Laeli said...

Love!

jadedj said...

I love it! Passing it along. Thanks for posting it.

Plowing Through Life (Martha) said...

Hahaha...very, very cool video!

Samantha Stephens said...

Wow! They were good. Love the music.

Jim said...

Great timing!! Loved this!

Magic Love Crow said...

I have never seen this before! Thanks for sharing this Debra! Fantastic!

jaz@octoberfarm said...

wow!

Riot Kitty said...

That would take a hell of a lot of coordination. Nice!

mxtodis123 said...

Just got around to visiting. Nice way to end my work day.
Mary

Magaly Guerrero said...

They should party with the Marine Corps Silent Drill Platoon. It would be a holy experience... with guns in it ;-)

DWei said...

I want to be impressed but it reminds me too much of the show that I've seen done in North Korea which really creeped me out.

heartinhand said...

I was fascinated by the guy with seemingly freakishly long arms! His shoulder was about a foot higher so when he reached up, his card was much higher than the others, but when he held is card down, it was still higher.
I notice weird stuff.

Frostbite and Sunburn said...

That was fabulous - that took some practice, and one of my favourite pieces of choral music too!

JACKIESUE said...

love this