San Diego, CA (PRWEB) September 19, 2007
Besides playing fetch together, every dog and their owner can now enjoy watching DVDs together. Concert pipe organist, Dr. Carol Williams, transforms every dog into a show dog when they strut their stuff on stage at her annual "Bark in the Park" fund raiser for the Humane Society - all part of her new music and travel DVD, "TourBus".
Marching to the familiar Broadway show tune, "There's No Business Like Show Business" played by Carol, dogs large and small, some wearing spots, others wearing sunglasses, all get center stage at the event. This doggie highlight has been posted on Youtube.com under the search phrase "No dogs like show dogs" or can be seen by visiting http://www.CarolWilliamsNow.com or clicking here http://301url.com/doggies.
"Animals love beautiful music and I love animals, so I am delighted that my music can mean so much for animals and music," says Williams, an internationally renowned musician, whose love of both organs and organisms started in her early life in England and then brought her to the US.
"I travel a great deal visiting these mammoth instruments in the US, Europe and Asia," says Williams, Artistic Director of the International Spreckels Summer Organ Festival which is held at the world's largest outdoor organ located in San Diego's Balboa Park. "Bark in the Park" features Carol playing the massive 50 ton instrument for the enjoyment of the pets, people and as a fund-raiser for the Humane Society.
"While on these concert tours," animal lover Williams explains, "I often take side trips to unusual locations. Bringing cameras along allows me to share many really out-of-the-ordinary people and places." The "TourBus" DVD includes a visit to a farm in Wales where Williams affectionately bottle feeds lambs and baby sheep.
Kerry Bell, producer of "TourBus" says, "I've read studies showing that dogs enjoy classical music best, which is a large part of Carol's music. When dogs hear the great sounds coming from these beautiful pipe organs and then relax beside their owners enjoying the armchair travel, I think that we have the classic win/win ... or as someone described it, a win/woof!"
"TourBus" includes feature interviews with influential people such as the Mayor of San Diego, a prominent New York City journalist as well as a visit to Stone Henge and a stop at Shakespeare's Pub to watch beer bubbles being shaped into a shamrock, which Irish Setters should find fascinating.
A portion of the proceeds from the sale of "TourBus", with video preview on http://www.CarolWilliamsNow.com goes to the Humane Society.
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