Guitar Performance Bone Crusher By Ananya Mohan Student Of Lorraine Music Academy....!

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Channel Title : Lorraine Music Academy

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Published Date : 2014-12-23T05:44:58.000Z

Guitar Performance: “Bone Crusher” by Ananya Mohan, student of Lorraine Music Academy at the concert “Come India Sing A Christmas Carol – A Musical Morning Heralding The Christmas Season” organised by the Lorraine Music Academy & the LAMP Trust on Sunday 14th December 2014 @ 11am. HEAVEN ON EARTH by Lorraine Music Academy! The concert, held at Epicentre auditorium, was like heaven on earth. Around 60 students of Lorraine Music Academy participated. An auditorium of encouraging and appreciative parents and friends listened with rapt attention to angelic children, teenagers and youth aged 4 to 25 years singing traditional Christmas Carols among many others. Students performed various pieces on the Piano, Guitar, Drums and sang various songs! Aubrey Aloysius gave a welcome speech addressing children, youth and the audience gathered, explaining the National Building Project “Come India Sing” using music as a tool. The concert was dedicated to the National Patriotic Project “Come India Sing Jana Gana Mana”. “Silent Night”, the ‘Universal Intangible Cultural Heritage song’ as declared by the United Nations in March 2011, was sung in German by Rishaan Bhatnagar aged 8 years and in English by Aubrey Aloysius while the audience joined in nostalgically remembering their school days of singing. Rishaan Bhatnagar, a student of Piano and Singing at the Lorraine Music Academy over the past 3 years, has been selected to go to Vienna and sing with the Vienna Boys Choir. He will study music in Vienna for 5 years and will be a part of the prestigious Vienna Boys Choir touring the world. The Musical Evening included a brief workshop embedded in the concert to educate and encourage the audience to abide by the Constitution of India and respect its ideals and institutions, the National Flag and the National Anthem. This included an explanation and training on the proper singing of the National Anthem as per the code as laid out in the Constitution – in the right rhythm, melody and timing. Aubrey Aloysius, founder of the Lorraine Music Academy and the LAMP Trust, and Chairman of the National Patriotic Project, says “Music is food for the soul. Good food and good exercise gives you good physical stability. A good diet of the right kind of music gives you mental, emotional, intellectual and spiritual stability. Music helps the creative process and sparks the imagination and ideas. When this musical imagination and experience of singing our National Anthem is ignited in a group circumstance, we have the most extraordinary power to change young lives for positive living and nation-building. The “Come India Sing” series of musical initiatives aims to unite children, youth and their families in the Nation Building task, promoting the key initiatives of our Government for cleanliness, hygiene, good health & development through music. Music helps to develop and build the scientific temper among children. Music, science and mathematics are co-related. It has been scientifically proved that music develops mathematical skills. When we study music, we have vibrations, frequency, resonance, tension, mass, length, pitch, harmonics, overtones – attributes that connect physics to music! We desire that every child and youth of the nation makes music their best friend for their life time, thereby stirring their creative talents. Music will also enable them to better handle stress in life ahead and help them keep the straight and narrow path.” This concert was a part of the nation building “Come India Sing” initiative and movement. This concert was in aid of raising awareness, support and resources for the “Come India Sing...” series of Nation Building initiatives utilising music as a tool. This series of initiatives, events & participative activities forms a part of the ongoing National Patriotic Project “Come India Sing Jana Gana Mana” that was launched on 15th August 2013, our Independence Day. The National Patriotic Project “Come India Sing Jana Gana Mana” is a clarion call to 1.27 Billion Indians to stand together for one cause – the Unity of India, by singing one song – our National Anthem, in the correct code as laid out in the Constitution of India, which is around 52 seconds. www.ComeIndiaSing.com www.LorraineMusicAcademy.com www.lamp-india.org
    

Channel Title : Lorraine Music Academy

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Published Date : 2015-05-21T06:17:18.000Z

Band performance of “This Love” (Maroon 5) by students of the Lorraine Music Academy & the COME INDIA SING Band comprising of (Vocals) Ananya Ravi, (Electric Guitar) Arnav Prasad, Tanmay Gupta, (Bass) Kaustav Sood, (Drums) Suryavir Bal. Lorraine Music Academy & the LAMP Trust recently launched “Come India Sing For Disaster Relief” - a musical initiative to raise awareness, sensitivity, resilience, resources and support for National Disaster Management & Relief work. The Lorraine Music Academy and the LAMP Trust participated in the “Pure Hearts” Fund Raiser and collaborated towards putting up a performance in order to raise funds for the Nepal Earthquake victims. The children of the Lorraine Music Academy & the LAMP Trust performed at the Epicentre Auditorium at the Fund Raiser by “Pure Hearts” to raise awareness and resources for the Nepal Earthquake victims. Lorraine Fiona Aloysius played on the Piano, along with students of the Lorraine Music Academy who touched the hearts of the audience through songs including “God Will Make A Way” by Don Moen, among many others. The “Come India Sing” choir comprised of Ananya Mishra, Smridhi Shah, Jessica Rizvi, Jessica Rizvi, Tara Dasgupta, Kyra Oberoi, Anya Gupta, Shiven Gupta, Pronnoy Gupta, Nevan Roy, Zev Prasad, Michael Yuan, Shaarav Roy, Anika Bhatnagar, Varun Sahni, Sakshya Iyer, Jia Kalra, Eesha Bhatia, Kiyoshi Yakeem, Tanushi Yakeem, Ayush Rajput, Maanya Roongta, Diya Roongta, Devkaran Singh Babra, Malvika Nair, Varalika Deswal, Shreya Ganesh, Pranav Bakshi. Ten-year old Aditi Iyer sang pop songs “Skyfall” by Adele and “I Am Alive” by Celine Dion. Ten-year old Kiyoshi Yakeem played “Sonatine” by Kahlun on the piano and also played along with her 12-year old sister Tanushi Yakeem “The Trout” by Schubert on the piano. Twelve-year old Akhil Sahni played the popular classic “Fur Elise” by Beethoven on the piano. Pop songs like “This Love” by Maroon 5, “Yellow” by Coldplay, and “Aint No Sunshine” by Bill Withers were sung by 13-year old Ananya Ravi, along with Diya Syal and Rubal Ahuja, accompanied by the “Come India Sing” band comprising of Arnav Prasad, Tanmay Gupta, Kaustav Sood, Ananya Mohan, Pranay Gupta, Suryavir Bal, Andrew Packiam and Mike Manlun playing on various instruments such as the electric guitar, acoustic guitar, bass and drums. Aubrey Aloysius, founder of the Lorraine Music Academy and the LAMP Trust, and Chairman of the National Patriotic Project, says “When natural disasters - such as Earthquakes, Floods, Landslides, Cyclones, Tsunamis, Floods, Heat Waves - strikes home and around the world, Indians should be prepared to help in mitigation. Talented Singers, Musicians and Dancers from across Gurgaon and the National Capital Region of Delhi came together to sing and perform. Singing brings unity of spirit and oneness. The audience were encouraged to lend their voices and their hearts to raise awareness, sensitivity, resilience, resources and support for National Disaster Management & Relief work and foster a culture of prevention, preparedness and mitigation. The songs that we sang, the resources that we raised, will help the natural disaster victims re-build their broken lives brick by brick. We may not be directly affected, but we are brothers and sisters and we must feel for them and hence do what we can to help them rebuild their lives.” This “Come India Sing For Disaster Relief” musical performance forms a part of our “Come India Sing...” series of Nation Building initiatives utilising music as a tool. This series of initiatives, events & participative activities forms a part of the ongoing National Patriotic Project “Come India Sing Jana Gana Mana” that was launched on 15th August 2013, our Independence Day. www.lorrainemusicacademy.com/a_nation_building_project.php The National Patriotic Project “Come India Sing Jana Gana Mana” is a clarion call to 1.27 Billion Indians to stand together for one cause – the Unity of India, by singing one song – our National Anthem, in the correct code as laid out in the Constitution of India, i.e.- in 52 seconds.
    

Channel Title : Lorraine Music Academy

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Published Date : 2018-01-09T12:28:55.000Z

    

Channel Title : Lorraine Music Academy

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Published Date : 2018-01-06T04:47:59.000Z

    

Channel Title : Lorraine Music Academy

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Published Date : 2014-12-23T06:15:47.000Z

Guitar Performance: “Dark Matter” by Namanshree Jain, student of Lorraine Music Academy at the concert “Come India Sing A Christmas Carol – A Musical Morning Heralding The Christmas Season” organised by the Lorraine Music Academy & the LAMP Trust on Sunday 14th December 2014 @ 11am. HEAVEN ON EARTH by Lorraine Music Academy! The concert, held at Epicentre auditorium, was like heaven on earth. Around 60 students of Lorraine Music Academy participated. An auditorium of encouraging and appreciative parents and friends listened with rapt attention to angelic children, teenagers and youth aged 4 to 25 years singing traditional Christmas Carols among many others. Students performed various pieces on the Piano, Guitar, Drums and sang various songs! Aubrey Aloysius gave a welcome speech addressing children, youth and the audience gathered, explaining the National Building Project “Come India Sing” using music as a tool. The concert was dedicated to the National Patriotic Project “Come India Sing Jana Gana Mana”. “Silent Night”, the ‘Universal Intangible Cultural Heritage song’ as declared by the United Nations in March 2011, was sung in German by Rishaan Bhatnagar aged 8 years and in English by Aubrey Aloysius while the audience joined in nostalgically remembering their school days of singing. Rishaan Bhatnagar, a student of Piano and Singing at the Lorraine Music Academy over the past 3 years, has been selected to go to Vienna and sing with the Vienna Boys Choir. He will study music in Vienna for 5 years and will be a part of the prestigious Vienna Boys Choir touring the world. The Musical Evening included a brief workshop embedded in the concert to educate and encourage the audience to abide by the Constitution of India and respect its ideals and institutions, the National Flag and the National Anthem. This included an explanation and training on the proper singing of the National Anthem as per the code as laid out in the Constitution – in the right rhythm, melody and timing. Aubrey Aloysius, founder of the Lorraine Music Academy and the LAMP Trust, and Chairman of the National Patriotic Project, says “Music is food for the soul. Good food and good exercise gives you good physical stability. A good diet of the right kind of music gives you mental, emotional, intellectual and spiritual stability. Music helps the creative process and sparks the imagination and ideas. When this musical imagination and experience of singing our National Anthem is ignited in a group circumstance, we have the most extraordinary power to change young lives for positive living and nation-building. The “Come India Sing” series of musical initiatives aims to unite children, youth and their families in the Nation Building task, promoting the key initiatives of our Government for cleanliness, hygiene, good health & development through music. Music helps to develop and build the scientific temper among children. Music, science and mathematics are co-related. It has been scientifically proved that music develops mathematical skills. When we study music, we have vibrations, frequency, resonance, tension, mass, length, pitch, harmonics, overtones – attributes that connect physics to music! We desire that every child and youth of the nation makes music their best friend for their life time, thereby stirring their creative talents. Music will also enable them to better handle stress in life ahead and help them keep the straight and narrow path.” This concert was a part of the nation building “Come India Sing” initiative and movement. This concert was in aid of raising awareness, support and resources for the “Come India Sing...” series of Nation Building initiatives utilising music as a tool. This series of initiatives, events & participative activities forms a part of the ongoing National Patriotic Project “Come India Sing Jana Gana Mana” that was launched on 15th August 2013, our Independence Day. The National Patriotic Project “Come India Sing Jana Gana Mana” is a clarion call to 1.27 Billion Indians to stand together for one cause – the Unity of India, by singing one song – our National Anthem, in the correct code as laid out in the Constitution of India, which is around 52 seconds. www.ComeIndiaSing.com www.LorraineMusicAcademy.com www.lamp-india.org
    

Channel Title : Andrew Sommerville

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Published Date : 2011-09-17T15:41:40.000Z

It's a song about a BONE-CRUSHER, which is a guy who crushes bones. Lyrics: every dollar bill today in Dreamland led a little child by the hand they all lined up outside the big tent they're bored to death of playing pretend now they want to see the BONE-CRUSHER they want to see the things BONE-CRUSHERS do I've always been a dreamer and now I want to be a BONE-CRUSHER too everywhere you look today is buzzing ask a little child what it means they'll tell you something big is coming they'll skip and jump and merrily they'll sing yeah, they'll sing about the BONE-CRUSHER they'll sing about the things BONE-CRUSHERS do I've always been a dancer and now I want to be a BONE-CRUSHER too they'll watch his every move oh, ain't it great? inside each gaping jaw there's a monster trying to escape and they want to be a BONE-CRUSHER they want to do the things BONE-CRUSHERS do I've always been a monster and now I want to be a BONE-CRUSHER too I want to be a BONE-CRUSHER I want to do the things BONE-CRUSHERS do I've always been a monster and now I want to be a BONE-CRUSHER too
    

Channel Title : Lorraine Music Academy

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Published Date : 2014-12-23T15:13:03.000Z

Carol Singing Performance: “Silent Night” by the Lorraine Music Academy Choir at the concert “Come India Sing A Christmas Carol – A Musical Morning Heralding The Christmas Season” organised by the Lorraine Music Academy & the LAMP Trust on Sunday 14th December 2014 @ 11am. HEAVEN ON EARTH by Lorraine Music Academy! The concert, held at Epicentre auditorium, was like heaven on earth. Around 60 students of Lorraine Music Academy participated. An auditorium of encouraging and appreciative parents and friends listened with rapt attention to angelic children, teenagers and youth aged 4 to 25 years singing traditional Christmas Carols among many others. Students performed various pieces on the Piano, Guitar, Drums and sang various songs! Aubrey Aloysius gave a welcome speech addressing children, youth and the audience gathered, explaining the National Building Project “Come India Sing” using music as a tool. The concert was dedicated to the National Patriotic Project “Come India Sing Jana Gana Mana”. “Silent Night”, the ‘Universal Intangible Cultural Heritage song’ as declared by the United Nations in March 2011, was sung in German by Rishaan Bhatnagar aged 8 years and in English by Aubrey Aloysius while the audience joined in nostalgically remembering their school days of singing. Rishaan Bhatnagar, a student of Piano and Singing at the Lorraine Music Academy over the past 3 years, has been selected to go to Vienna and sing with the Vienna Boys Choir. He will study music in Vienna for 5 years and will be a part of the prestigious Vienna Boys Choir touring the world. The Musical Evening included a brief workshop embedded in the concert to educate and encourage the audience to abide by the Constitution of India and respect its ideals and institutions, the National Flag and the National Anthem. This included an explanation and training on the proper singing of the National Anthem as per the code as laid out in the Constitution – in the right rhythm, melody and timing. Aubrey Aloysius, founder of the Lorraine Music Academy and the LAMP Trust, and Chairman of the National Patriotic Project, says “Music is food for the soul. Good food and good exercise gives you good physical stability. A good diet of the right kind of music gives you mental, emotional, intellectual and spiritual stability. Music helps the creative process and sparks the imagination and ideas. When this musical imagination and experience of singing our National Anthem is ignited in a group circumstance, we have the most extraordinary power to change young lives for positive living and nation-building. The “Come India Sing” series of musical initiatives aims to unite children, youth and their families in the Nation Building task, promoting the key initiatives of our Government for cleanliness, hygiene, good health & development through music. Music helps to develop and build the scientific temper among children. Music, science and mathematics are co-related. It has been scientifically proved that music develops mathematical skills. When we study music, we have vibrations, frequency, resonance, tension, mass, length, pitch, harmonics, overtones – attributes that connect physics to music! We desire that every child and youth of the nation makes music their best friend for their life time, thereby stirring their creative talents. Music will also enable them to better handle stress in life ahead and help them keep the straight and narrow path.” This concert was a part of the nation building “Come India Sing” initiative and movement. This concert was in aid of raising awareness, support and resources for the “Come India Sing...” series of Nation Building initiatives utilising music as a tool. This series of initiatives, events & participative activities forms a part of the ongoing National Patriotic Project “Come India Sing Jana Gana Mana” that was launched on 15th August 2013, our Independence Day. The National Patriotic Project “Come India Sing Jana Gana Mana” is a clarion call to 1.27 Billion Indians to stand together for one cause – the Unity of India, by singing one song – our National Anthem, in the correct code as laid out in the Constitution of India, which is around 52 seconds. www.ComeIndiaSing.com www.LorraineMusicAcademy.com www.lamp-india.org
    

Channel Title : Ammar Heragy

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Published Date : 2015-10-29T22:54:53.000Z

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Published Date : 2015-03-25T21:39:44.000Z

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