This is a just-released video of The British Paraorchestra and The Kaos Signing Choir for Deaf & Hearing Children singing True Colors.
The orchestra's goal is "to create a platform for the best and most able musicians with disability to perform and excel at the highest level." British Paralympic athletes participated in this song. The Choir includes kids of all abilities, ages 4 to 18. Both groups sang in the closing ceremony of this summer's Paralympic Games.
That mesmerizing electro-voice at the beginning and end of the track is Lyn Levett's, a music producer and tutor. She has cerebral palsy, and thanks to the miracles of tech can sing by operating her iPad with her nose. (Read more about the Paraorchestra musicians here.)
Proceeds from the sales of the single support the Paralympics GB team at the Sochi 2014 Winter games and benefit the Kaos Choir and the orchestra; you can download it for 99 cents at iTunes.
How's that for holiday spirit.