17 responses

  1. pippipowpow says:



  2. I love the Harbour Symphony!

  3. Sarah Smellie says:

    Mack Furlong’s composition was actually kind of beautiful. The whole St. John’s International Film Fest office stopped, listened and smiled.

  4. Sarah Smellie says:

    International *Women’s* Film Fest. Yikes.

  5. Shiza says:

    The whole Fortis Building stopped and took an Advil. But whatevs, it doesn’t bother me. If it makes some people happy, barmp away.

  6. Sean says:

    I love the word “barmp” and I hate to see it misused.

  7. Elling Lien says:

    How’s it misused? That was me. Gus didn’t leave a title.

  8. Michelle says:

    By far, one of the best Newfoundland words EVER. BARRRRRRRRRMMMMMMPPP!

  9. Sean says:

    Okay, that was you Elling. I didn’t like to see it used in the context of dissing the Harbour Symphony, which is sort of the ultimate expression of barmp. Barmp truth.

  10. Lauren says:

    Does anyone know whose composition they performed on Wednesday? LOVED that one!

  11. kevin says:

    Wednesday was “Reflection” by Phil Yetman. The works of them can be found here

  12. Lauren says:


  13. beans says:

    I don’t get it, the whole thing sounded like a traffic jam in the harbor. How did you make sense out of it?

  14. Frank says:

    You listen to it.

  15. yeah says:

    if the harbour symphony was a person it would kick your ass, or maybe it wouldn’t resort to violence…but it would kick your ass metaphorically by being more awesome than you

  16. Myrt says:

    I found it comforting. Sounded like when everyone in concert band is tuning at the same time.

  17. Blackstrap says:

    I honestly don’t love the Harbour Symphony, either.

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