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22 Sep 2008
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Somewhere over the rainbow Joey 12yrs Joey has over 188 songs posted on You tube under Castillo kids he plays with sisters Julie 8 Jessie 10 and they play ,bass,violin,bangos,saxophone,drums,trumpete,mandoline, piano, guitar, Guitaron,vihulea,
23 Jun 2009
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A cover version of Eva Cassidy's Over the rainbow. I sang this one at a wedding Hope you enjoy it
11 Sep 2009
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I thought of making another new version of this beautiful standards, but this time with vanBasco mini keys, so interested people can benefit from what I played...But even though, I noticed that unfortunately not all of the notes that I played appear in the video. MORE INFORMATIONS: "Over the Rainbow" (sometimes mistakenly known as "Somewhere Over the Rainbow") is a song with music by Harold Arlen and lyrics by E.Y. Harburg. It was written for the movie The Wizard of Oz, and it became Judy Garland's signature song. The song's plaintive melody and simple lyrics depict a pre-adolescent girl's desire to escape from the "hopeless jumble" of this world, from the sadness of raindrops to the bright new world "over the rainbow." It expresses the childlike faith that a door will magically be opened to a place where "troubles melt like lemon-drops". The song is so popular that it tops the "Songs of the Century" list compiled by the Recording Industry Association of America and the National Endowment for the Arts. It also topped the American Film Institute's "100 Years, 100 Songs" list. Along with Irving Berlin's "White Christmas", the song was adopted by the American troops in Europe in World War II as a symbol of the United States, the faraway land that, after long years of war, seemed like a dream beyond the rainbow. Modern listeners may be unaware that the song had an introductory stanza, as this was not sung in the film by Garland. However, there is one known recorded instance of her singing the full song with the introductory verse, on The Louella Parsons Radio Show in December 1948. The song has come to epitomize the gesture of the rising octave, which makes its opening so distinctive. Sight-singing instructors and other musicians use the song as an example and a reference point for hearing the interval. The music is heavily inspired by the 'Song to the Moon' by Dvorak's opera Rusalka.
13 Jan 2010
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Learn to play over the rainbow Guitar lesson - Christmas Holiday songs sample guitar lesson. Full lesson found at *******www.TotallyGuitars****. Visit the site for free guitar lessons, TARGET program, forum, community, and contests.
12 Apr 2010
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Introductory video lesson to the classic tune 'Somewhere Over The Rainbow'
8 Aug 2010
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*******www.fingerpickingguitar****/ - this is an Over the Rainbow Guitar lesson teaching the chords for the tune
13 Aug 2010
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Somewhere Over the Rainbow Sung by Kristina Rocco Please rate and enjoy :)
7 Mar 2011
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Glee Volume 2 - Over The Rainbow
10 Jun 2011
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Somewhere over the rainbow remix ON LMMS.
27 Feb 2017
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A classic song from the 1939 musical film 'The Wizard of Oz'. Canción mítica del musical de 1939 "El Mago de Oz".
4 Apr 2009
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11 Jan 2010
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