Be More Dog!

UK Mobile phone company O2 has a great new ad that features a cat whose life was pretty boring until he decided to be more dog. Now, life is full of sticks and fun. We learn that the Latin Read more

Tornado Survivor Finds Her Dog During Live TV Interview

Miraculous stories of survival emerge after one of the strongest tornadoes in history tore through an Oklahoma suburb. An elderly woman whose home was destroyed by the Oklahoma tornado found her pet dog among the rubble during a live Read more

Real Life Heroes

This is a compilation of real life heroes. Some of them are selflessly risking their lives to save the lives of others. Very Read more

New Robinsons TV Advert - Thanks Dad

In one of the best advertisements this year, Robinsons, the British soft drink company, has created this one minute spot dedicated to dads. The spot features two boys playing and one is always helping the other. When you get to the Read more

Kindness compilation from Russian dash cams

This video will definitely restore your faith in humanity. This is not your usual dash cam video. Instead of catching collisions, insurance fraud, or celebrity meltdowns, this delightful video catches kindness, which is likely happening more often than what Read more

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Ode to Joy Flash Mob

Ode to Joy Flash Mob

Ode to Joy Flash Mob (click for video)

In this video, to pay homage to the city of Sabadell, Spain and the 130th anniversary of Banco Sabadell, over 100 people from Vallès Symphony Orchestra, Choral Lieder, Friends of l’Opera and the Choral Belles Arts, perform the fourth movement of Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony (Ode to Joy) in a flash mob.

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10,000 Japanese Singing Beethoven’s Ode to Joy

10,000 Singing Beethoven's Ode to Joy

10,000 Singing Ode to Joy (Click for Video)

Beethoven’s Ode to Joy, one of the most uplifting melodies ever written, is made larger than life when sung by 10,000. Performance of Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony is a New Year’s tradition in Japan. This concert filmed in 2011 in Osaka with 10,000 amateurs and was performed in tribute  to the March 2011 tsunami victims. This video is of the 4th movement. (It’s 19 minutes long. If you are impatient try it at 6:45)

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