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The motive for singing was simply as striking as their sounds when they left the Omaha Beach. One Voice Children’s Choir presented in Normandy, France as a spectacular honor to the World War II fighters. For performers and choir of all ages, it is straightforward to be ingrained with individual reputation, yet this whole choir of kids put the exemplary not only to consider others but to take action.

With several hours of practice, they organized his concert of “When You Believe” in respect of all who served in the fight, plus the millions of Jewish citizens who died in the Holocaust. It wasn’t easy because they had to learn this song in English, Hebrew, and French, but the way it sounded was worth it.

Also, they harmonized their outfit to match the theme. Girls matched in their gorgeous white dresses while the boys wore blue outfits and stripy ties. The yellow pops worn by everybody offered a signified hope, honor and happiness.

These young kids revive the words when crooning, “Although we know there is much to fear, we are moving mountains long before we knew we could.” Dressed warmly in love, this tune “When You Believe” melts the hearts of listeners.

When One Voice Children Choir recorded it in respect of the World War II victims and soldiers, it assumed a new influential significance that is being cherished globally. Watch their great presentation in the recording below. Remember to SHARE with all friends on Facebook.

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