This is an introduction to ‘ The Choir: Songs about Money Choir.
’In this special FREE introduction to the "Songs About Money" choir, guest presenter Professor Gibson Rickenbacker, from the Department of Vocal Economics, University of Wassamatta*, will explain the economic concepts behind the songs that we’ll sing in the choir. You’ll learn about the Demand Curve, Conspicuous Consumption and the Geni Coefficient – and have a lot of fun. Why did Jeff St John think a high Geni coefficient is good, but Phil Collins thinks it’s bad? There’ll be video clips from many of the songs, as well as a chance to try some songs out before the full choir starts the following Monday. * OK, it's your choir leader Rob Bullen
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Rob has played jazz, rock’n’roll, folk and various other musical styles for “a very long time”, singing and playing guitar or bass. He has performed in groups and solo. Rob has been an enthusiastic member of various choirs, and previously ran the very successful “Road to Motown,” “Sgt Peppers Lonely Hearts Club,” “Rolling Stones,” “Songs of Oz,”"Songs About The Weather," and "Songs about Growing Up" choirs. “Songs about Money” Choir is set to be just as interesting. Nothing too difficult, and definitely no pressure – the emphasis is on fun.