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The Girl Scouts Greatest Choral Hits album and some of the songs Girl Scout music has just moved to new heights with the formation of the first ever, International chorus of Girl Scouts and Guides who recorded "Girl Scouts Greatest Choral Hits" August 1-10, at a Wider Opportunity sponsored by the Girl Scout Council of Hawaii. Chosen for their musical skill and achievements back home, these girls immediately became the talk of Honolulu, as their voices came together in strong support of the Girl Scout movement.

   Recording such Girl Scout favorites as
      "I Love the Mountains"
      "Music Alone Shall Live"
      "Swinging Along"
      "The Windmill"
      "We Change the World"

   as well as world favorites such as
      "Pokare Kare"
      "This Pretty Planet"
      "The Wind Beneath My Wings"

"The goose bumps came over me the first time I heard these girls sing together in a rousing rendition of "America the Beautiful," then throughout the week, the talent seemed to pour forth, as if from a Hawaiian volcano! The talent and the spirit of this group of remarkable young women is awesome and inspiring. Each and every girl here has brought a dynamic to the whole, incredible chorus.

I can't wait for the music that they have recorded to be released ... it will move Girl Scout music strongly into the year 2000, and beyond!" -- Joyce Richards


Contact GSMUSIC for more information or visit their Web site to order "Girl Scouts Greatest Hits, Vol. 2 -- "The Wind Beneath Our Wings"

Visit these pages to see more images from Music Shall Live:
    Hawaii Wider Ops
    Photo Gallery
    Greatest Hits
    Melinda Caroll and Larry Henley
    Girl Scout Wider Opportunities

 

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