Young Girl Sang An 80-Year-Old Song – The Audience Went Crazy

"Over the Rainbow" endures as a beloved classic cherished by millions worldwide. Originally penned for the 1939 film "The Wizard of Oz" by composer Harold Arlen and lyricist Yip Harburg, the song transcended its initial purpose, gaining a significance far beyond the scene it was meant to accompany.

One of the most universally embraced renditions of this iconic song emerged from Israel Kamakawiwo'ole, the Hawaiian vocalist who delivered a heartfelt interpretation with his cherished ukulele during a late-night session in 1988.

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Recording engineer Milan Bertosa recounted receiving a 3 a.m. call from a man eager to record a song. "And in walks the largest human being I had seen in my life," Bertosa reportedly said. "Then I set up some microphones, did a quick sound check, rolled tape, and the first thing he did was 'Somewhere Over the Rainbow.' He played and sang, all in one take, and it was done."

Over the years, the song has been used by many film companies and producers. 

However, when it comes to live performances of this musical piece, many are hesitant to sing it due to the demanding technique and exceptional vocal abilities required to do justice to its sound.

When 11-year-old Anna stepped onto the stage of The Voice Kids, she captivated the judges, who swiftly hit their buttons, and won the hearts of everyone who witnessed her powerful performance.

Anna was hailed as a rising star due to her exceptional confidence and angelic voice.

This is a performance you definitely won't want to miss. Check out the stunning video below.

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