Codebreaker

Your tweets could reach high C

Marc Sanchez Dec 9, 2011

<strong></strong>A couple days ago, we alerted you to a new trend in tweeting at arts and cultural events like the symphony. Looks like the <a href="http://news.cnet.com/8301-17938_105-57339759-1/philharmonic-chorus-makes… Philharmonic Orchestra </a>has put a spin on the idea. At a recent performance, chorus master, Timothy Shantz put out a Twitter call asking how to keep warm. He culled the 20 replies into new lyrics for “O Fortuna” from the opera Carmina Burana.

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