Killard House Special School choir singing Hallelujah


By: Claire Macdonaldhy

Originally published on Dec 19, 2016

The choir from Killard House, Donaghadee, singing Hallelujah led by Kaylee Rogers.

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Android:アンドロイド合唱団 Android Chorus


By: Google Japan

Originally Published on Feb 11, 2015

Android が搭載されたスマホ、タブレット、
計 300 台で構成された世界ではじめての合唱団です。
各端末の中の Android キャラクター達が、

交響曲第 9 番ニ短調作品 125 第四楽章「歓喜の歌」です。



自分オリジナルの Android キャラクターを作りたい場合は:


300 smartphones and tablets with 300 different Androidify characters singing the same song from the device speaker.
We call it “Android Chorus.”

300 different characters singing in perfect harmony is just another illustration of how Android is about being together not the same.

Want more info about Android or Android devices?

Want to create and share your own Android character, head over to or get the free Androidify app:

Mad-smart developer looking for the latest tools and news?

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April Fools: King’s College Choir uses helium


By: ChoirOfKingsCollege

Originally Published on Mar 31, 2014

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Original title on April 1: King’s College Choir announces major change

As a result of regulatory pressure, the Choir of King’s College Cambridge is to stop using boy trebles, it was announced today.

The high voices in the choir have been provided by boys for more than five centuries. In future, high vocal parts will be performed by altos breathing helium.

In a recent performance, the choral scholars demonstrate this new technique with Gregorio Allegri’s Miserere mei, Deus.

Do not try this at home.

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