If you have ever sung a capella (without any accompaniment) you know how difficult it is to stay in tune. It is easy, even natural, to change key without realizing you are doing it. If you sing with a group, this becomes even more difficult.
So, if you have 360 people, it is incredibly difficult. And if, during that song, you have 360 people singing barbershop style harmonies and doing very exact key changes, well....that's seriously amazing.
Love this version of "Jingle Bells" by the Mormon Tabernacle Choir. I think the barbershop feeling really adds to the song, capturing that early American feel.
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