August 22, 2018

Boy begins to sing 'Hallelujah,' then two girls join him and they all steal the show

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During an episode of Germany's The Voice Kids, Patrizia, 12, and Simon, 11, surprised everyone with their professional and inspiring rendition of Leonard Cohen's Hallelujah.

The program's official channel uploaded the video to YouTube and it showed the three supremely talented kids hitting the extremely difficult notes with ease and comfort, showing their class and proficiency with music.

From the very first musical note they hit, it was apparent that they could give any veteran singing star a run for their money.

The choice of song they made was a difficult one, but there was never a moment of hesitation or doubt among the children who performed the song and brought forth on-stage all the overpowering emotions associated to it.

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Source: YouTube/The Voice Kids

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The song was started first by Simon who hit the difficult notes perfectly and gave the performance a smooth opening.

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But when the other two girl participants joined their voices, the performance reached a whole another level altogether. The synchronization of their voice and their flawless vocals made the entire performance a memorable spectacle.

Source: YouTube/The Voice Kids

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The audience was definitely impressed by the performance, but even the judges were visibly moved by the power performance of the trio. Their authentic voices surely delighted their expert attention to detail in regards to music.

Besides the studio audience and the judges, the video has also been adored by several other people on the internet. It has been viewed for more than 31 million times and has gone viral on the internet.

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Similarly, it has so far gathered over 174,000 likes and almost 5,000 people have left their views regarding the video in the comments section.

The iconic song was originally written and sung by Leonard Cohen in 1984. Over the past three decades, the song has always maintained a special part in the hearts of music lovers. The song is even more popular and is played across several households during the holidays season.

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