December 20, 2010

100 Years In a Moment



My fifteen year old son made this video for his Lyrical Analysis project in his English class. He was allowed to use 30 seconds of the music video, within copyright laws. You can also watch it here with full-screen capabilities. It may be blocked if you are in about 50 other countries.

I was totally blown away. I hope you are, too. Enjoy.

100 Years, by Five For Fighting. You may purchase music here.

12 comments:

Norma said...

That was incredible!

Shari said...

Two things:

First, that was amazing. He did a fabulous job.

Second, are you sure you're old enough to have a fifteen-year-old?

Krista said...

Thanks, Norma! It was so fun to see the first time. Chelsea and I were gasping and laughing and getting verklempt. He was pretty pleased, and so was Mr. Cappiello.

Shari, Thanks! I don't feel old enough to have a 15yo, but my oldest is 18! THAT is unbelievable. Gah.

Daron D. Fraley said...

Very well done. Does he do book trailers too?

Melissa said...

WOW! that was amazing. i may find the piano music for my 14 1/2 year old to learn 8)

...i also love that he listed himself as the "director of awesome" hahaha! cute!

Krista said...

Daron, he does now. ;)

Melissa, I cracked up when I saw that, too. I would love to hear that playing on the piano in my house!

Annette Lyon said...

Very cool. I'd be a proud mama.

Shelli said...

WOW! I think we were verklempt too. I think. I guess I better look that up. Tell the Director of Awesome that he is awesome. I wouldn't even know how to do something like that. Enjoyed it! :)

L.T. Elliot said...

Incredible! He did an EXCELLENT job! Smart kid, Krista!

Kimberly said...

That gave me such chills...and reduced me to tears, to boot. Wow.

I think if I watched that every day, I'd lead a happier, more purposeful life. Beautiful.

Carla said...

It's Christmas morning and I'm waiting for the rest of the family to get around. What a great mood-setter for the day - treasure every moment. Thanks for sharing Krista, and thanks director of awesomeness!

Abel Keogh said...

I never got to do cool stuff like that in English class. It was very well done.

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