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Uploaded on Apr 30, 2011

During the Texas A&M Foundation's annual Legacy Society Gala at the Gilliam Indoor Track Stadium, nearly 150 students burst into seemingly spontaneous song and dance. The surprise performance began when a member of A&M's Percussion Studio (dressed as a waiter), tripped in front of a crowd of nearly 500 guests during a speech by Texas A&M Foundation President Ed Davis '67.

During the Texas A&M Foundation's annual Legacy Society Gala at the Gilliam Indoor Track Stadium, nearly 150 students burst into seemingly spontaneous song and dance. The surprise performance began when a member of A&M's Percussion Studio (dressed as a waiter), tripped in front of a crowd of nearly 500 guests during a speech by Texas A&M Foundation President Ed Davis '67.

Performers included A&M Singing Cadets, Percussion Studio, Voices of Praise, the Texas Aggie Dance Team, Maroon Coats and several members of the National Championship A&M Women's Basketball team.

Video production by Chad Cockrum and Igor Kraguljac of Brazos Multimedia, plus 12 Texas A&M Foundation Maroon Coats with Flip Cams.

The A&M Legacy Society recognizes Texas A&M's most generous benefactors: individuals, corporations and organizations whose cumulative, current giving totals $100,000 or more, and also individuals who plan to make future gifts through their estates. Membership results from giving through any of four A&M entities: the Texas A&M Foundation, The Association of Former Students, the 12th Man Foundation and the George Bush Presidential Library Foundation. Learn more at http://giving.tamu.edu.

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