The internet brings people together regardless of where they are located. The Mormon Tabernacle Choir had a lot of help singing George Frideric Handel’s “Hallelujah Chorus.” Singers and choirs around the world were invited to record a video of themselves singing a part of the chorus in bass, tenor, alto, or soprano.
Over 2,000 recordings were then combined with the 360-member choir for an uplifting and inspiring rendition. The world’s largest virtual “Hallelujah” choir received submissions as far away as Brazil and Russia. There were recognizable names like Donny Osmond, the country group Firefly, and choirs from various denominations around the globe.
In the clip, volunteers joined the actual choir perform while videos of the virtual participants appeared on the screens surrounding the church in Salt Lake, Utah.
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