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A Cappella Rocks: the Treblemakers

BU vocal group performs pop favorites


Finals are here, and what better way to de-stress than with a medley of pop songs performed by some of Boston University’s best a cappella groups? A cappella, which means “in the manner of the chapel,” is a term first used to describe church music composed for unaccompanied voices, and now refers to any vocal music performed without instruments.

BU Today will showcase a different group each day this week. All performances were taped at the Castle.

In our second installment, the Treblemakers perform “Mercy” and “Shark in the Water.”

Check back tomorrow for a performance by Chordially Yours.

Amy Laskowski

Amy Laskowski can be reached at amlaskow@bu.edu.

2 Comments on A Cappella Rocks: the Treblemakers

  • Astrid Drolsons on 05.04.2011 at 1:05 am

    A Cappella Rocks

    LOVE IT!!!!! YES!! love from HAWAII!! Astrid

  • Anonymous on 05.14.2011 at 8:47 am

    Yeah George. <3
    The group is great. Good job. :)

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