The Sound Of Music (Movie Version)

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Maria

Video Recorded by Teachersrule in the Style of The Sound Of Music (Movie Version).
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Feature, I wouldn't be an asset to the abbey either, LOL!! TY for any comments!!

My Favorite Things - Sound Of Music

Audio Recorded by mikmika in the Style of The Sound Of Music (Movie Version).
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This is legend

My Favorite Things - Sound Of Music

Audio Recorded by Music-in-my-Soul in the Style of The Sound Of Music (Movie Version).
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I TRIED, ty 4 the listen, & comments, TY

My Favorite Things - Sound Of Music

Video Recorded by hondurancarpenter in the Style of The Sound Of Music (Movie Version).
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Omg! remember we almost did this musical in school..I was choosen to be Martica...those days in highschool choir!!!

The Sound Of Music

Audio Recorded by Zuberry in the Style of The Sound Of Music (Movie Version).
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This is my brave attempt of the evergreen and ever loved classic

Edelweiss

Audio Recorded by Musicfool in the Style of The Sound Of Music (Movie Version).
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My Favorite Things - Sound Of Music

Audio Recorded by Nic54 in the Style of The Sound Of Music (Movie Version).
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Edelweiss

Video Recorded by eggbeater-ed in the Style of The Sound Of Music (Movie Version).
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Since my dear friend Pat (teachersrule) was travelling around the world singing songs from various countries I decided to travel to Austria and record this one with her. God bless and love ya'all ~ ed. Pat commented: Tullerian Thursday, Songs from around the world. This is a song we associate with Austria!!! Ty for any comments!! Wikipedia: Edelweiss" is a show tune from the 1959 Rodgers and Hammerstein musical The Sound of Music. It is named after the edelweiss, a white flower found high in the Alps. It was created for the 1959 Broadway production of The Sound of Music in the role originated by performer Theodore Bikel as a song for the character of Captain Georg Ludwig von Trapp. In the musical Captain von Trapp and his family sing this song during the concert near the end of Act II as a statement of Austrian patriotism in the face of the pressure put upon him to join the navy of Nazi Germany following the Anschluss. It is also Captain von Trapp's subliminal goodbye to his beloved homeland, using the flower as a symbol of his loyalty to Austria. In the 1965 film adaptation, the song is also sung by the Captain earlier in the film as he rediscovers music and a love for his children.

Edelweiss

Video Recorded by Teachersrule in the Style of The Sound Of Music (Movie Version).
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Tullerian Thursday, Songs from around the world. This is a song we associate with Austria!!! Ty for any comments!! Wikipedia: Edelweiss" is a show tune from the 1959 Rodgers and Hammerstein musical The Sound of Music. It is named after the edelweiss, a white flower found high in the Alps. It was created for the 1959 Broadway production of The Sound of Music in the role originated by performer Theodore Bikel as a song for the character of Captain Georg Ludwig von Trapp. In the musical Captain von Trapp and his family sing this song during the concert near the end of Act II as a statement of Austrian patriotism in the face of the pressure put upon him to join the navy of Nazi Germany following the Anschluss. It is also Captain von Trapp's subliminal goodbye to his beloved homeland, using the flower as a symbol of his loyalty to Austria. In the 1965 film adaptation, the song is also sung by the Captain earlier in the film as he rediscovers music and a love for his children.

Edelweiss

Audio Recorded by Juddie90 in the Style of The Sound Of Music (Movie Version).
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