"9/11 | Coming Together" 20th Anniversary Special

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Top 5 YouTube Videos of 2014

Thanks to you, we now have over 20 million video views on our YouTube channel! We are adding multiple new videos every week and there is something for everyone including Pop, Broadway, Patriotic, Behind the Scenes, Sacred Hymns and more. Below are the top 5 most viewed videos of last year.

5. How Great Thou Art

From the album, Then Sings My Soul, the Choir and Orchestra perform "How Great Thou Art" with lyrics by Stuart K. Hine and arrangement by Nathan Hofheins.


4. Battle Hymn of the Republic

The Mormon Tabernacle Choir won a Grammy for "Battle Hymn of the Republic" in 1960 for the Best Performance by a Vocal Group or Chorus category.


3. David Archuleta and the Mormon Tabernacle Choir – A Wondrous Christmas

This Christmas special with David Archuleta was the first full-length special to surpass 1 million views on our YouTube channel. The concert was recorded and released on the album, Glad Christmas Tidings


2. Bring Him Home

When Alfie Boe performed "Bring Him Home" for the 2012 Christmas concert, audiences were moved to tears. The moment is captured beautifully in this video above, which was the first single video to reach 1 million views. Read the full story. The song appears on the album, Home for the Holidays


1. Come, Thou Fount of Every Blessing

Arranged by Choir director, Mack Wilberg, "Come, Thou Fount of Every Blessing" has become one of the Choir's most popular songs and is often performed when the Choir goes on tour.


Honorable Mention: The “Happy” Medley

Santino Fontana and the Choir surprised everyone when they performed a "Happy" Medley, which included the #1 song "Happy" by singer/producer Pharrell Williams. Watch the full 2014 Pioneer Day concert.