Watch What Happens When the Tabernacle Choir Flash Mobs a Crowd on the Streets of Williamsburg

Recently, the Mormon Tabernacle Choir shared this incredible video to Facebook of when choir members flash mobbed a crowd gathered to watch a historical presentation at Williamsburg, Virginia. 

During a 2011 tour of the eastern states, the choir visited the common tourist attraction, creating this candid moment. About 3:26 into the video, a few members began singing "My Country 'Tis of Thee" in the crowd and other members keep adding their voices until soon the whole choir is singing. Check it out!



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The Mormon Tabernacle Choir has collaborated with some of the most legendary vocalists and performers over the years. For this album, the choir has assembled an unprecedented collection of recordings taken from standout performances over the past 15 years. Most of these performances were recorded live at the 20,000+ seat Conference Center in Salt Lake City. In addition, some real gems were uncovered or created specifically for this album, including a performance recorded live before millions of viewers at the start of the 2002 Olympic Games (Sting & Yo-Yo Ma performing "Fragile") and new recordings such as Amy Grant's "Thy Word," the King's Singers' "I'm Running On," and Santino Fontana's "He Lives in You."

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