Group Of Men Gather In The Mountains To Sing ‘You Raise Me Up’ Will Give You Chills

An expertly performed acapella song can bring new depth to any track – whether it’s the absence of instruments highlighting the lyrics or the vocalists’ skill in engaging the audience. This rings especially true for the acapella rendition of Josh Groban’s 2003 hit, “You Raise Me Up,” by Brigham Young University’s (BYU) Vocal Point. Their version breathes fresh life into this inspirational song.

Since its inception, BYU Vocal Point has achieved numerous accolades, including a fifth-place finish in the third season of NBC’s The Sing-Off. Their talent was further recognized in December 2018 when they announced a record deal with Universal Music Group’s classical label, Decca Gold, on social media. Member Jason Bromley reflected, “We’re ordinary college students doing extraordinary things.”

“You Raise Me Up” Music Video: A Scenic Vocal Journey

The video for “You Raise Me Up” is set against a stunning backdrop of mountains and valleys. It starts with a single, clear voice, soon joined by another in harmony, building a rich, layered sound. The group’s voices are bright and pure, complemented by impressive percussive sounds created vocally.

As the singers traverse the mountain landscape, their rendition of the song becomes an immersive experience. The tranquility of the setting almost becomes palpable, illustrating the power of music to transport the listener to another place.

A Unique and Harmonious Rendition

The vocalists’ harmonies blend seamlessly, making distinguishing between the lead singers difficult. Their take on this widely covered song is refreshingly original, avoiding a simple imitation of the original. They infuse their unique style and arrangement into the song, adding a new hook towards the end that enhances the harmonies. The finale is bolstered by a choir of additional students, creating a profoundly powerful conclusion.

This exceptional version of “You Raise Me Up” by BYU Vocal Point is bound to become a favorite. Sit back and enjoy this unique and uplifting performance.

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