Andrea Bocelli Sings 'Hallelujah' From Leonard Cohen

Check out this new music video of Andrea Bocelli singing the popular song ‘Hallelujah’ by Leonard Cohen.

“I'd heard there was a secret chord that David played and it pleased the Lord
But you don't really care for music, do you? Well, it goes like this
The fourth, the fifth, the minor fall, the major lift, the baffled king composing Hallelujah
Hallelujah, Hallelujah, Hallelujah, Hallelujah”

“We are proud to present the fourth single ‘Hallelujah', which represents the messages of unity and hope that run through the core of Andrea Bocelli’s brand-new album, Believe, available to order now,” reads the caption on YouTube of this video. “Believe is a collection of uplifting songs that have inspired and sustained Andrea over the years.”

The video starts off with showing the ocean lapping up on rocks next to the water. Then, Andrea Bocelli starts singing amongst the rocks as dancers dance around him.

Later, Andrea Bocelli goes into a beautiful rock cathedral that is sitting on a cliff next to the ocean and is singing with lit candles all around him. What an incredibly beautiful video full of Andrea’s amazing voice!

“Absolutely beautiful. I loved it when Leonard Cohen did it, but this was just incredible,” comments one person on YouTube after watching the video. “The switch in languages just made it even more beautiful. I love the dynamics as well. This arrangement has truly given new life to this beautiful song.”

“This was so incredibly well done! What an amazing video to get my day started,” writes another person online. “Andrea has one of the most amazing voices on the planet. Everything he sings is nothing short of incredible! I could watch this over and over, and probably will.”

We hope you enjoyed this video of Andrea Bocelli using his beautiful opera voice to sing a song that is a favorite to many.
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