Mary Poppins - Medley - BBC Proms 2014

  • Published on:  9/13/2014
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    Last Night of the Proms 2014.

    Star of the West End Ruthie Henshall, the BBC Symphony Orchestra and Sakari Oramo (conductor) mark the 50th anniversary of the film Mary Poppins with a singalong medley (Richard M. & Robert B. Sherman, arr. Anne Dudley).

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  • Lauren Massey (Dec 30, 2015)

    Anyone else cry when everyone was singing feed the birds?

  • Katie Goddard (Apr 21, 2019)

    I always cry during Feed the Birds.

  • Tom Maher (Mar 27, 2019)

    What a wonderful song, I hear it and I'm 9 years old,

  • Holly (Sep 15, 2014)

    I'm afraid you can't live in England if you don't know all the words to Mary Poppins

  • Pixel Arter (May 3, 2019)


  • Ian McGreevy (Apr 2, 2019)

    If the idiot, who says that Scotland doesn’t care about MP watched the clip, he would see thousands of people in Glasgow Scotland.

  • Luke Matthews (Jun 17, 2017)

    Conclusion: if there's one thing the British public can all rally around and unite for, it's Mary Poppins

  • tallandhandsome29 (Feb 7, 2019)

    I wish she would come and save us from Brexit. Where’s a fictional flying Victorian nanny when you really need one?

  • Savino 310 (Feb 7, 2019)

    “The world” can rally around this. Americans adore Mary Poppins

  • virusguy5611 (Nov 17, 2014)

    If Julie Andrews waltzed in on stage right then, the applause would have probably crashed the loudspeakers.

  • Kelvin Fong (Feb 3, 2019)

    Too bad she can no longer sing

  • pookiebear364 (Nov 11, 2018)

    virusguy5611--- my iphone would have shot out my window...mean while im sobbing with feed the birds

  • nitetrane98 (Sep 17, 2016)

    For those of us that tear up at Feed the Birds, don't feel odd. We were fantastically manipulated by the composer's change of minor to major key. The resolution and release from the minor to the major is a release from sadness to joy and hope. The lyrics put you in the mood but it's the music doing it to us. It's musical composition at it's absolute finest. In my opinion.

  • gregularity (Jan 6, 2019)

    It's specifically the change at the end of that line, "All it takes is tuppence from you-ouuuu". Aural kryptonite.

  • 苑安雄 (Dec 26, 2018)

    Well, the feelings evoked are a bit more harmonically complicated than a change from minor to major. The voices weave around the chord progression in ways that use inversions to build tension and longing, later to be satisfied by root position.

  • Glenn Cook (Sep 18, 2014)

    That guy with the umbrella at 7:10 - Classic.

  • Ryan Golledge (Sep 26, 2018)

    Oh my god I completely missed that. What an absolute legend

  • Alfonso Co (Sep 4, 2018)


  • The Stammering Dunce (Jul 19, 2015)

    One person said complained about how they hired a foreign conductor. Another person complained how these songs are actually American, as they were created by the Sherman Brothers.Are you serious? If you want to complain about foreign stuffs, maybe you should also complain Mary Poppins, who was created by an Australian. Yes, PL Travers was an Aussie. You may as well complain about the English language as well. It is a Germanic language and Germanic languages originated from mainland Europe. English ...

  • Picasso CT (Nov 21, 2018)

    Very british to complain until they are blue around the mouth about those success stories one spawned. Damned europe is a demoracy, america is doing better, even the colonies now have colonies. Outrageous, these indecent youths- as bad as grandpa!

  • seondok gm (Nov 18, 2018)

    French english spanish italian are brother languages

  • SarahG (Nov 15, 2016)

    This brought tears to my eyes... Its a beautiful thing when a massive group of people all sing and share a love for something forever etched in our childhoods

  • Trojan horse (Mar 12, 2019)

    SarahG watching at Mary poppins sings Pink Floyd

  • CassDM (Sep 14, 2014)

    How does everyone in England know all the lyrics?!

  • Regil Villanueva (6 days ago)

    What do you expect? It's a British show, and people grow up on it... Even us here in Australia knows it too... As the song start you'll heard people singing too...

  • Tom Hughes (Mar 3, 2019)

    +Drew Rumsey It's an American movie

  • little Maleficent (Sep 21, 2016)

    7:08 THE DUDE IN THE GREY SWEATHER AND THE UMBRELLA !! ...he was feeling it man XD!

  • Neil Wainwright (Jul 29, 2018)


  • MJfan560 (Oct 25, 2017)

    Just saw this 😂😂😂 Oh my God