Perpetuum Jazzile Choir Uses Hands to Simulate a Storm

By: Marissa Brassfield - Published: Jun 17, 2009   Updated: Jun 1 2011 • References: & youtube
You might think that a choir just sings standard written music, but the Perpetuum Jazzile choir would prove you wrong. The video above shows the choir performing a bit of percussion in which they are using their hands to simulate a storm.

Like any storm, the Perpetuum Jazzile performance starts out slowly, then builds to a gigantic crescendo, complete with thunder. It's absolutely amazing.

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