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Many Voices

October 20, 2015

Students from six Alberta schools lent their voices to a Canada-wide project billed as the largest multi-track recording of O Canada. Organized by the non-profit Hometown Music, the Flag of Canada project is celebrating the 50th anniversary of the nation’s flag. The project will visit 83 schools and record 28,000 students across Canada. The project visited two schools each in Calgary, Red Deer and Edmonton.

​Lago Lindo students belt out a take of O Canada. 

Rob Hanson, recording engineer and executive director of Hometown Music, directs students at Lago Lindo School in Edmonton on Wednesday, Oct. 7.

A Lago Lindo student shows her Canadian pride.

Students from Cranston School in Calgary gather around the microphone for their turn at being recording artists.

Students from Maryview School in Red Deer get ready to sing the national anthem.


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