Some years ago now, I was oh so fortunate to be awarded a Winston Churchill Fellowship to research and record indigenous and imported singing, songs and dances in in the Pacific Islands of Samoa, Tonga, and Rarotonga. I donated my recordings to the University of Auckland.
Experience a Samoan 'Alleluia' below. It is very different!
Talking of wives“A wife is never ex-wife” says Avio. “She may loan you to someone else while she does other things – buys shoes or a house or maybe even a dachshund - but you are still hers. Till you die.”
Tags: Music Walking with Avio Travel
Posted: Friday 4 February 2022
Great sound, great timing and an enthusiastic conductor. Can we see something like this from you, Lynn, when you are next conducting the choir?Posted: 2022-03-23 16:22 by Paul S
Amazing! The energy and enthusiasm are contagious!Posted: 2022-02-15 21:24 by Natalia Valentino
Yes,Lynn. Such infectious energy and delight!Posted: 2022-02-15 11:45 by Terry
The enthusiasm of the 'teacher' and the delightful singing of the students was wonderful. Amazing how, with just a few claps, the chatter stopped and the attention was all directed to their leader. An interesting way to conduct!!Posted: 2022-02-13 15:26 by Natalie
I loved the joyous way the young people engaged with the music and their teacher was amazing.
Thanks for this, it made my day!Posted: 2022-02-13 08:06 by Helen