|By PR Newswire||
|November 19, 2012 03:35 PM EST||
Follow-up to Christmas Food Court Flash Mob LIVE on YouTube
NIAGARA FALLS, ON, Nov. 19, 2012 /PRNewswire/ - Alphabet Photography, the same small company that produced the world famous Christmas Food Court Flash Mob is at it again. This time, with something the company's Founder Jennifer Blakeley is calling a "Musical Interruption".
"The goal of this video is to entertain people even for just a few brief minutes during their hectic schedules this Holiday season, and I think we've accomplished that with what I'd like to call a Musical Interruption," said Blakeley.
"I hope the video will inspire people this holiday season, and remind them to take time to celebrate the spirit of Christmas," she added.
The online video which is making waves on YouTube, features more than fifteen employees at Alphabet Photography's warehouse in Niagara Falls, creating sounds using everyday objects, such as staplers, drills, saws, telephone ring tone, brooms and other objects and machinery, to create their own unique rendition of Carol of the Bells.
More than eight weeks of planning went into the creation of the video, with more than 80 "takes". In all, the song was rehearsed more than 125 times, with more than 720 man-hours going into the performance and recording of the video.
"The video in itself is a work of art. It's team work at its finest," added Blakeley.
Blakeley's first production entitled Christmas Food Court Flash Mob holds the record for most-watched flash mob on YouTube with more than 38.9 million views.
SOURCE Alphabet Photography
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