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Barcelona's Overtone Singing Choir sings an improvization // El coro de Canto Armónico de Barcelona canta una improvización.
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seated from left to right:
Moisés Manuel Perez Miguelez
Farran Sylvan James
Joaquín Manjón
standing from left to right:
Josep María Aragay Borràs
David Sitges
Riccardo Parenti
Cumie Dunio

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Thanks to Alex Amengual and Golden Studio Barcelona for producing the video.

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Comment by Cumie Dunio Amengual on March 28, 2012 at 2:21pm

a lovely moment we'd like to share ~~~

Comment by Gaby Wilcke on March 30, 2012 at 12:08am

Qué maravilloso sonido! Gracias por estos momentos preciosos.
Gaby - Vocalista armónica alemana

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