Song of the Week: Somewhere Over the Rainbow Lorena March 7, 2011 music Related Posts:Song of the Week: This is the World CallingAllegedly, we should know tomorrow.Imma take a day off. Ooo, maybe I’ll redo my entire…Late night, so sleepyAm I running early or running late?So much for a long lunch yesterdayIt’s never enoughScenes from last week Author: Lorena My life is an open book; but somebody has torn out a few of the pages. View all posts by Lorena → Previous PostApparently I’ve had a life-long love affair with Heatherden Hall Next PostEaster 2002 One Comment Boston Pops March 9, 2011 at 2:55 pm 9 years ago Reply “OVER THE RAINBOW” NATIONAL SING-ALONG COLLAGE To pay respect to the shared cultural heritage of the American Songbook, the Boston Pops is asking for video submissions of fans singing “Over the Rainbow” for inclusion in a video collage to be shown at Boston Pops performances throughout the season. Voted number one on the RIAA and NEA’s “Songs of the Century” list, Harold Arlen’s “Over the Rainbow” is an American Songbook selection that unites generations and ties the 2011 Spring Pops Season together—from the Opening Night Judy Garland tribute to the finale “Triple Crown” performance celebrating America’s Heartland. The signature Boston Pops sing-along has long been an audience favorite, so this year the orchestra is opening the sing-along to a national choir. Participants of all ages can submit video of themselves singing “Over the Rainbow,” by adding a video to YouTube and emailing a link and contact info to email@example.com. Videos will be featured on the Boston Pops YouTube channel, on the Boston Pops website http://www.bostonpops.org, and at Boston Pops performances throughout the season. All video submissions are due by Saturday, April 26, 2011. Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName* Email* Website Save my name, email, and site URL in my browser for next time I post a comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.