Ukrainian Folk Shchedrivka Performed by Deaf-mute Children

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Ukrainian Folk Shchedrivka

People and technologies are not capable of everything, but they still can make miracles. This is proved by an amazing music video in which Ukrainian folk carol song shchedrivka is performed by deaf-mute children and professional musicians.

People and technologies are not capable of everything, but they still can make miracles. This is proved by an amazing music video in which Ukrainian folk carol song shchedrivka is performed by deaf-mute children and professional musicians.

On February 13 Ukraine celebrates Malanka - a traditional folk holiday when children go from home to home to wish people good health and a successful new year. The holiday is also known as "Schedryi Vechir". That's why, we offer you to feel the atmosphere of the “generous evening”.

Musicians from Pianoбой band and The Snow project decided to keep up with the presidents and give a message in a video format. That's how the idea of the shchedrivka music video was born. The video is focused on deaf-mute children from a Zhytomyr boarding school.

If you want to support the kids and give them a chance to rest at a summer camp, make a donation to the “Edinstvennaya” charity foundation. All funds raised will go to a good cause. All you need to do is go on the official website of the charity foundation and click on the “I want to help” ("Хочу Помочь") button in the upper corner.

We wish you kindness in 2019.

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