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Student work: Glee Club


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The Glee Club's annual oratorio, featuring Mendelssohn's "Elijah" Op. 70, included a professional orchestra and soloists. (Video by freshman Bradley Baron)


Video Closed Captions

Singers:
For he shall give his angels charge over thee...

Maya:
Wait, wait, wait, wait. Where's the follow-spot gonna be?

Adam:
There is no spotlight.

Maya:
I can't work under these conditions.

Singers:
For he shall give his angels charge over thee...

Singers:
That they shall protect thee in all the ways thou goest...

Maya:
Staccato.

Alexis:
Legato.

Brad:
Forte!

Alexis (singing):
How was I supposed to know that something wasn't right here?

Singers:
That they shall protect thee, in all the ways thou goest...

Singers:
And after the earthquake there came a fire... And after the earthquake there came a fire...

Singers:
The sea was upheaved...

Maya:
Willing to laugh.

Brad:
Knowing when to take the lead.

Alexis:
Heart and soul.

Brad:
And knowing when to step back.

Singers:
But yet the Lord was not in the fire...

Victor:
Passion for the music.

Singers:
Onward came the Lord...

Singers:
And in that still voice, onward came the Lord.

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