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COMEDY JUGGLING DUO ON
TONIGHT SHOW MAY 18TH, 2006

Comedy jugglers, In Capable Hands, performed a “whacky” version of the William Tell Overture on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno on Thursday night, May 18th. The appearance was part of a segment called “Does This Impress Ed Asner?”, which appeared shortly after Jay’s opening monologue.

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Hook and Ladder Ball
The inventor of Boomwhackers, Craig Ramsell, leading a celebration at the San Francisco City Hall.

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Good Morning Arizona
Good Morning Arizona clip with Craig and the Boomwhackers.

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The Can-Can  
One of the ways Boomwhackers can be used in groups is shown in this video from Japan.

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Turtle Creek Chorale 
In December, 1998, the Turtle Creek Chorale (Dallas) and the Seattle Men's Chorus, each with over 200 members, used the tubes in two full diatonic octaves for their holiday performances of familiar carols and the "Hallelujah Chorus" from Handel's Messiah. "Jingle Bells" was never quite like this before!

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Seattle Men's Chorus
Check out this amazing finale of the Hallelujah Chorus.

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NAMM 2006
A Whacky friend demonstrates a unique technique
of using "kashakas" (Kashaka.com) as mallets
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Rufus.wmv

New York Toy Fair 2006
Craig with former Pat Metheny drummer
Paul Wertico.

Wertico.wmv
 
       
       
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