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Question #90129 posted on 08/11/2017 4:56 p.m.
Q:

Dear 100 Hour Board,

My Question Here.
During the Fall 2016 semester, I attended a devotional that showcased several BYU dancing teams. There was one performance in particular that has stuck with me all these months later- it was a bunch of students wearing black and they danced around a rug. I have had the song they danced to stuck in my head for literally 10 months, and it is pure agony. I don't know who else to turn to. What is the name of the song?
-My Name Here
Severe earworm problems

A:

Dear Severe Earworm Problems,

Although I wasn't at that devotional, I have seen the dance in question; BYU's Contemporary Dance Theatre has performed it in various concerts. I even wrote a paper on it for a dance class! I hunted down that paper and found that the name of the dance is Ordinary Festivals, but unfortunately all my internet sleuthing didn't turn up the name of the song itself. I am so sorry. If any of our readers happen to know what it is, please leave a correction!

-Alta

posted on 08/16/2017 9:55 a.m.
Being completely disappointed with this response, because a) it took longer than 100 hours and b) it didn't answer the question, I set out to find the answer myself. After some digging, googling and shazaming, this is the title of the song: Secondo Coro Delle Lavandaie, by Roberto de Simone. Here is the link to where I found it: http://www.pearsonwidrig.org/reperatory-excerpts/

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