The world-famous operatic group, The Tenors, have just released a video of their arrangement of the New Year’s Eve classic, “Old Lang Syne”.
It features on their latest album, “Christmas Together”. The pop-opera group recorded the video clip in Newfoundland, which is the most eastern point in North America. Significantly, this is the point where the first dawn of the new year first touches the country.
The location was the perfect combination of heavenly music and sweeping scenery. The entire video is filmed in Newfoundland and includes the three-day road trip from the Inn of Olde in Quidi Vidi, where they celebrated with friends and family, to the breath-taking mountains of Gros Morne National Park.
As the band traveled across the island, the members of the group all agreed that the road trip brought them much closer together. They acknowledged that the journey became a deep bonding experience, like a spiritual journey. It would become a shared life memory.
Heading up to the mountains and becoming part of the beauty and solitude while singing the classic old song together, emphasizes the sentiments of fellowship and companionship so perfectly captured in the lyrics.
Watch the video clip to hear for yourself their fabulous tenor voices singing those traditional words of togetherness and harmony, set against the breath-taking backdrop of Newfoundland.
There is so much love and peace and bliss here. Thanks so much, guys, for bringing such goodness to the world.