12 Sep 2015


Want to sing on BBC One? Send us your Do-Re-Mi performance video

If you love The Sound of Music then the BBC Proms and BBC Radio 2 want to hear your voice!

We're celebrating 50 years of Rodgers and Hammerstein's classic The Sound of Music at the Last Night of the Proms, including the premiere of a new version of Do-Re-Mi, as performed by you, our UK-wide virtual choir! All you have to do is record yourself singing along to Do-Re-Mi, submit it below and we'll put together as many of your videos as we can.

The performance video will be revealed at the Last Night of the Proms in the Royal Albert Hall live on BBC One and on the Big Screens at the Proms in the Park celebrations in Hyde Park on Saturday 12 September.

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How to send your video:

- Film yourself singing along to the song Do-Re-Mi, while listening to the backing track on this website through headphones.

- Send your video file to us via the upload form on this page by Sunday 30 August 2015.

It's as simple as that!

Before you start here are some useful tips:

- Watch the 'Singing lesson' with Rebecca Lodge from the BBC Singers. Rebecca then sings the whole in part 2.

- Practice a few times to familiarise yourself with the music.

- Make sure your face is sufficiently lit.

- Make sure you video yourself in "landscape" or horizontal view (not portrait)

- Think about the background you're against – make sure you stand out and that the background isn't too busy.

- Find somewhere quiet. Don't forget to wear headphones when listening to the backing track so we get to hear your voice in all its glory.

- You can sing it alone, in groups or with your family.

- Get creative – this is the Sound of Music after all.

- And most important of all - sing loud and have fun!

We can't guarantee that every contribution will be used but we will do our best to include as many as possible. You must be 18 or over to submit your contribution (if you are younger than 18 you can be in the video as long as you have your parents' permission). The closing date for submissions is Sunday 30 August 2015 at 23.59 and videos received after this date will not be considered for inclusion.


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By submitting your contribution to the BBC you allow the BBC to use the material in your contribution in any way it may reasonably choose on a free-of-charge basis in any media throughout the world. The BBC very much hopes to be able to use your contribution but cannot guarantee to do so.

1. Entry for your videos opens on Sunday 19 July 2015 at 13:00. Entry closes on Sunday 30 August 2015 at 23:59. Submissions received outside of this timeframe will not be considered, so please do not wait until the last minute to upload your entry.

2. Entries must not contain defamatory, obscene, offensive, or any other unsuitable material. Entries must be suitable to be broadcast, published or used online by the BBC for audiences of all ages

3. Entries cannot be returned so please remember to retain a copy. Unsuccessful entrants will not be contacted in respect of their entry and no feedback on any entry will be provided.

4. All entries must be the original work of the entrant and must not infringe the rights of any other party. The BBC accepts no responsibility if entrants ignore these Terms and Conditions and entrants agree to indemnify the BBC against any claim by any third party from any breach of these Terms and Conditions.

5. You grant the BBC the right to change or edit your contribution for operational and editorial reasons – specifically but not limited to the creation of a new piece combining some or all of your contribution with those of others. The BBC may also share your contribution, individually or as part of the new combined piece with trusted third parties, for instance with other users of BBC Online Services or, in the case of news-related material, the BBC may share your contribution with its overseas partners (for instance reputable foreign news broadcasters).

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