U.S. Service Members Sing Holiday Classic “Carol of the Bells”


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A beautiful tradition! Hello my dear friends! Christmas is over, but the festive mood has persisted for a long time. We do not get tired of showing you Christmas videos that give us a good mood and hope for better times! This year was not easy and brought a lot of troubles and diseases to the whole world, but we stick together and do not lose heart. We do not lose hope that everything will work out.

Today, we would like to show you another great video where the US Department of Defense and military personnel from all over the world sing a holiday song called “Carol of the bells”. This is one of the most popular songs during Christmas and New Year holidays. In another way it is also called the anthem of bells.

The original of this song came to us from Ukraine. But worldwide fame It received in the processing of the Ukrainian composer Nikolai Leontovich. As we know this composer worked on this anthem almost all his life. The first edition of this hymn took place in 1901. Yes, the second edition in 1906, in total, these editions were five. The first who performed this song was Kiev University in 1916. Kiev is the capital of the country Ukraine.

Where there are also a lot of talented people. After the Ukrainians sang this song, the name of the composer Leontovich became famous to all over the World and in the entire music industry. How do you think? When was the first time this anthem was first performed in the United States of America? It happened in New York on October 5, 1021.

Yes, this work became incredibly popular that the presenter on the NBC radio came up with an English version of a Ukrainian song. He wrote lyrics that are sung by all American collectives, choirs, professional singers as well as amateurs. This is one of the most popular songs for Christmas.

Well let’s press the button below and see a video where the military men sing this song with such a feeling of devotion and love.