VIDEO: When These Religious Guys Sat Around A Table With Microphones, I Never Expected THIS To Happen

Updated March 1, 2016

Across the centuries, music has changed a lot. What do you think Beethoven or Mozart would create if they had access to synthesizers and digital recording equipment? One can only guess!

But despite all the modern technology, one thing continues to strike a chord in listeners around the world. Unified vocal performance. When a choir combines their voices in harmony, we feel something. It’s undeniable. Just listen in the video recording below.

During a Bar Mitvah for the choir leader’s son, the Shira Choir perform a stunning rendition of “Im Hashem Lo Yivneh Bayis” which was composed by Shlomo Yehuda Rechnitz.

The choir performed the song in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

Although every choir member sits at the table, their voices resonate in harmonies both ancient and modern as if they’re standing in front of a large audience. Well, their song HAS been seen more than 2,000,000 times!

The harmonious music can send shivers down everyone’s spine no matter their religion or whether or not they practice a faith.

What’s your impression of the Shira Choir’s performance?

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