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Elizabeth Mitchell & You Are My Flower - "Ong Tal Sam" (Little Spring) [Official Music Video]
This is the animated music video for "Ong Tal Sam" (Little Spring) from Elizabeth Mitchell's 2010 album 'Sunny Day.' Originally a Korean song, here sung in both English and Korean, "Ong Tal Sam" tells the story of a little spring in the mountains and the bunny who comes to visit. Animated/Directed by Maciek Albrecht, 'Sunny Day' available on CD and Digital. Stream/download/purchase: Smithsonian Folkways: Bandcamp: In 2010, Elizabeth Mitchell & You Are My Flower released 'Sunny Day,' their second Smithsonian Folkways album of "handmade" music of the finest kind, for folks of all ages. A true family affair, the album features performances with Mitchell's husband and musical partner, Daniel Littleton, their nine-year-old daughter Storey, and Storey's cousins and friends. As Mitchell explains, "Our beloved violinist Jean Cook taught us this Korean song that she had learned from her mother. When she is not singing about bunnies and playing violin with us, Jean is the director of the Future of Music Coalition—traveling the globe to Ethiopia, Tajikistan, and beyond, making the world a better place for musicians. We had so much fun singing and recording the xylophones together!" Elizabeth Mitchell: Facebook: Instagram: Smithsonian Folkways: Facebook: Twitter: Instagram: The content and comments posted here are subject to the Smithsonian Institution copyright and privacy policy ( Smithsonian reserves the right in its sole discretion to remove any content at any time.
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2 min 7 sec
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