Someone posted this at another site I visit. It's in Belgium, in a train station (I think), thought you all would enjoy it.
That was good, Kathleen. Thanks for sharing.
Yes, it's been posted twice on this site already.
It's a promotion for a Flemish TV show, "Op Zoek Naar Maria" (roughly, "In Search of Maria" or "Searching for Maria"). Similar to "American Idol", but the winner will play Maria in an upcoming stage production of "The Sound of Music". Here's the website, in Dutch only:
Nancy said this was posted twice already, but somehow I missed it! I'm glad you posted this! It was so cute!
Nothing wrong to post things again, because it's easy to miss something the first time.
I enjoyed it. Thanks!
That is so cool!
That was cute,, foot tapping music ,, and doesn't Julie Andrews have an amazing voice.. all these years and that recording is still powerfully cute!
I never saw this posted on this site before either..
I don't know if it has been playing in the states. But here in the UK T-Mobile has been getting a lot of publicity over basically turning Liverpool St. Station into a dance.
T-Mobile dance should find it all over you tube
Sorry for the triple post, if I had seen the others I wouldn't have posted it.
Wouldn't it be great if all the world could just stop, sing and dance a bit, and then get on with life in harmony? Fun to watch. Thanks again.
It doesn't matter if it gets posted multiple times. Obviously a lot of people hadn't seen it yet. Bringing a smile to people is the most important.
So if you liked that one, take a look at this one from youtube, with cute sheep in Wales.
What a Delight!! Does everyone in Belgium know the choreography for this song or was this an organized group performing at the station? I would have HAD to join in, but you would have definitely been able to spot me in this crowd!! :0)
"Does everyone in Belgium know the choreography for this song or was this an organized group performing at the station?"
Organized to promote a TV show. If Belgium were to have national dance, that would be either "De Kabouterdans":
or "Le Lac du Connemara":