Tabs on Writing

The Business of Business Writing by John Tabellione, Principal at

New Theme at Magic Kingdom

Date: 04 April 2019
Category: Entertainment, Homophones, Music

A “flash mob” of two–a young father from Connecticut, accompanied by the pianist at the Grand Floridian Hotel in Disney World’s Magic Kingdom–recently received rapt attention from his little daughter and several passersby. The girl had politely asked the piano player if her father could sing, and he agreed to accompany Justin Gigliello for Schubert’s world renowned composition: “Ave Maria.” (see video)

As the little girl looked up at her father adoringly, Gigliello wrapped up the rhapsody, and spontaneous applause acknowledged his beautiful performance. This was not just an off-the-cuff rap rendition: Gigliello began voice lessons at age 15 and later studied at the Boston Conservatory at Berklee.

Here’s a case of someone not relying on just a wing and a prayer, so to speak.

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