In ongoing pursuit of musical excellence, the 100-man ensemble known as the Masters of Harmony, the premier men’s a cappella chorus from Los Angeles, would bring their performing expertise to Salt Lake City, UT.
Performing an encapsulating arrangement of the classic Jay Gorney and Yip Harburg tune, “Brother, Can You Spare A Dime?” Most known for its themes of the Great Depression and its inclusion within the musical revue Americana.
The classic melody based on a Russian-Jewish lullaby was undoubtedly made to be tamed by these talented men who would easily mesmerize the Salt Lake City crowd as the group’s talented chorus came to entertain.
While the classic Great Depression-era arrangement had excellent renditions from iconic Bing Crosby and Rudy Vallee, the Masters of Harmony’s take on the classic is truly breathtaking.
The grand chorus from Los Angeles all wore very dazzling white suits, with a few standouts wearing navy blue blazers, instantly striking an easy-on-the-eyes approach as the wall of sound moved across the halls of the Barbershop Harmony Society’s yearly convention.
Bringing “Brother, Can You Spare A Dime?” to life is no easy task but the talented men within the Masters of Harmony quickly showcase their expertise in the classic arrangement through the group’s dedication to perfection.
With a flurry of applause, the Masters of Harmony would prove why they are nine-time international chorus champions. With their raving performance of the iconic arrangement, it’s not hard to see why.