Choir’s Angelic Performance Of ‘Hey Jude’ By The Beatles

An incredibly talented group of young people turned in an awe-inspiring and outstanding performance of a classic from the four lads from Liverpool, The Beatles.

The Beatles are an iconic and universally beloved group. The group, in their short time together, was prolific, churning out hit after hit after hit. But in addition to their catalog of classic tunes, Paul McCartney, John Lennon, Ringo Star and George Harrison changed music forever.

Decades after they last played together, their music is still widely played. To this day, musicians still attempt to imitate and replicate their sound, covering the group’s seemingly endless collection of hit songs. There will likely never be a group as iconic or influential as The Beatles. 

In a clip posted on social media, members of the A Cappella Academy warm up their voices by singing “Hey Jude.” In the short clip, the talented vocalists demonstrate the strength and flexibility of their voices and their ability to take direction. 

The young people, as a group, change their entire sound together and do so seamlessly. Approximately two dozen vocalists sit in an auditorium as their director runs back and forth in front of them. He uses hand signals to direct their vocal performance as he moves from left to right.

The young people completely change their tone and intonation as the man moves from left to right. At one point, he even directs their volume, moving his hands up and down to signify the desired level.

The young people’s collective control of their voices is outstanding. While the lyrics remain the same, the students, by controlling the tone and volume level of their voices, completely change the song's sound and feel. 

This short video demonstrates the power and beauty of the first-ever instrument, the only personally created by the Lord Himself: the human voice.

Psalm 105:2 “Let your voice be sounding in songs and melody; let all your thoughts be of the wonder of his works.”

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