February 8, 2023

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Full Band Caroling Goes Viral Over Impressive Performance “Magkano ang ibibigay mo”

Full Band Caroling w/ Impressive Performance Earns Praises From Netizens

FULL BAND CAROLING – The full band caroling goes online over impressive performance “Magkano ang ibibigay mo”.

A Christmas carol is a song with the theme of Christmas that is typically sung on Christmas or around the holiday season. The word “Noel” has occasionally been employed, particularly in reference to French-language carols. Christmas music as a whole can be divided into Christmas carols as a subset.

Caroling has been already a part of Filipino culture and tradition throughout the decades. Most people enjoy singing Christmas carols and receiving money in return.

Some carolers even tried to make gimmicks and bring numerous musical instruments to impress other people with their performances.

A TikTok user named KJ Kosma has shared the video footage of a group of street carolers performing a full band caroling in front of a house. The video garnered praise and admiration online.

In the video, it can be seen that the carolers happily perform Christmas songs in front of a house. The band consisting of numerous instruments such as saxophones, cymbals, bass drum, and snare made an impressive performance.

@kosmekj RBB Carolling🎺🎵#brassband #marchingband #musikero #musiclover #foryou #fypシ ♬ original sound – KJ kosme

The band performed an instrumental version of the hit Christmas song “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer”. The group also performs the instrumental version of “Thank thank you ang babait ninyo thank”.

Some netizens reposted the video and posted it on Facebook with a caption: “Mape-pressure ka na lang talaga rito kung magkano ang ibibigay mo sa kanila…”

The internet users expressed their reactions to the video:

Full Band Caroling

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