3.11.2013

Siblings Cooperation Video Clip

10 comments:

  1. Love it! You guys are AMAZING!! :)

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  2. This is definitely one of my very favorite parts of your concerts! So very fun to watch how you all work together. =) Blessings!

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  3. I was so happy to see you all in Galena,MD yesterday!!! Your family is amazing, talented & has a palpable overabundance of God's love (: Thank you for being who you are <3

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  4. Awesome you guys!!!
    I've never 'actually' seen you all do it with the next 3 younger Bontragers. I loved watching the younger 3 plan out there stratgey to not be outdone by their older siblings. I've also never seen it with the harmonica,nice touch.
    Allison,if you ever had violin sheet music for the songs you play I'ld be interested in buying them.
    I loved the violin part in the beginning. You all are so talented and I'm sure you wokred hard on that whole song!
    Hope you all can play near me somtime,so I can see this live. ;)

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  5. Glad to see the video. That must take lots of practice and willing teamwork! You older 3 look more relaxed and enjoying it (of course, you've been at it longer), the younger boys did a good job. When it all came together, it sounded great.

    Can't wait to see you again, and see in person the new combination. I enjoyed the video.

    Rebecca

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  6. How neat!!! All my family (with the exception of my parents) plays piano, and I'm learning violin, but because we only have one piano, we're usually limited to duets, trios and quartets. This looks like lots of fun. It is especially nice to see siblings who cooperate and enjoy each other's company. Thank you for sharing!

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  7. I really enjoyed this:) You guys are so awesome! Keep up the good work! :)

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  8. Hello to all of the Bontrager's,
    That's so f-a-n-t-a-s-t-i-c that u all can do it!
    In Christ,
    Lexi

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  9. Incredible job playing together! We have enjoyed visiting your family's blog and "meeting" you all through it. The sweet harmony of you all working together shines. May Jesus be glorified as you sing for Him!

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