Music is a general language that everyone can understand. Its dialect is reasonable to each human on Earth. At the point when these four children were picking the tune for the music competition The Voice Kids, Russia, they didn’t hesitate at all. Artem, Julia, Marsel, and Xenia picked Leonard Cohen’s Hallelujah.
Composed in 1984 the tune hadn’t been spotted until the mid-90s, when John Cale and Jeff Buckley introduced their covers. It obtained its extraordinary popularity in 2000s after the Shrek series and has been performed by various artists everywhere throughout the world from that point forward.
The melody’s deep appeal to individuals is common: it praises the Lord in an exceptionally clear and profound way. Neither fastidious nor mannered, Cohen’s Hallelujah sounds like a profound talk with God any people regardless his or her confession would have.
The four children sing the Russian version of the melody on stage, while their folks are tensely holding up behind the curtains. Their heavenly voices will melt your heart!