Saturday, 28 July 2012

Opening Ceremony for London Games


Olympic Games were arranged to be officially opened by Queen Elizabeth II and her husband Prince Philip. For each, it was the second Games they would personally open, Philip having opened the 1956 Summer Olympics in Melbourne and Elizabeth having opened the 1976 Summer Olympics in Montreal. 
Danny Boyle and his team stunned the world with an Opening Ceremony for the London 2012 Olympics that showed the best of British history in a riot of colour, costume and comedy. The Games held in Australia and Canada in 1988, 2000 and 2010 were opened by their countries' respective Governors General. Other preparations were also significant. "Survival" was a British band as an official song and Music Olympics announced. It is played before the medal awards ceremonies and international broadcasters, it will play, and the coverage of the Games, AR Rahman, Indian music, has Boyle's film Slumdog Millionaire worked 127 hours and said that he is a Punjabi song for the opening ceremony planned, a part of Baden, which is India's influence in the UK to make a show, composed by Boyle's wishes Another Indian musicians the song of Ilaiyaraja, 
Tamil-language film was also part of swimming RAM Lakshman also Paul McCartney announced as the last act of the Opening Ceremony ceremony. Concert on the occasion were the opening of the Olympic Summer Games in Hyde Park, just before the opening concert features performances by Duran Duran, Snow Patrol, you are to me the Six, Stereophonics, Paolo Nutini. Simon was the bustle of the London Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Vangelis Chariots of Fire. Rowan Atkinson as Mr. Bean found himself playing a repeated note synthesizer. 
He lost in a dream sequence where he was the runner is in the movie of the same name, trying to beat them with their iconic score by riding on a beach in a minicab and release some of its competitors. Other performance was signature tunes, The Archers, Mini Cooper,  Gregory's Girl , Trainspotting, mobile phone, Dizzee Rascal, Tim Berners-Lee, David Beckham, Emeli Sandé, National Health Service, Great Ormond Street Hospital, trampolines, J.M. Barrie's Peter Pan, The Queen of Hearts, Captain Hook, Cruella de Vil, Lord Voldemort, Mary Poppins, Mike Oldfield and Tubular Bells.

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