Hallelujah Chorus flashmob at Macy’s

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What happened when a flashmob – actually the Opera Company of Philadelphia – burst into song at Macy’s department store?

Story within article from To The Source on the Madness of Materialism: shoppers get a “surprise demonstration that materialism is patently false”.

And here’s another flashmob doing the same thing in a food court in Canada. The people’s response is remarkable:

Incidentally, Handel’s Messiah is hugely popular in Japan, and represents a major ‘way in’ to the culture.

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