Lyza Bull, a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, is an immensely talented 13-year-old (30 April 2005) soprano who sings with the world-renown One Voice Children’s Choir under the direction of Masa Fukuda. She has loved to sing since she could even talk. During the 2015 Christmas season, she was featured in BYU Vocal Point’s “One Single Bell” video as a soloist, and in 2016, she participated in the BYUtv special “Christmas Under the Stars.”
Perhaps one of her most popular YouTube videos is her extraordinary rendition of the hymn “I Know That My Redeemer Lives.” The video was published on her YouTube channel on 20 November 2016 and has been viewed more than 43,000 times. The music was arranged and produced by Masa Fukuda, and joining her in the video were members of the One Voice Children’s Choir, along with her brother and her little four-year-old sister. Lyza has an angelic voice and her beautiful testimony of the Savior shines through as she sings the song.
The description of the video provides some backstory:
Well, on a calm fall afternoon, a few weeks ago, we ventured up to the most beautiful, peaceful, and sacred mountainside meadow we have ever been to. The leaves were vibrant, the air was warm, and the spirit was tangible. We had cars full of children, parents, our amazing music director Masa Fukuda, friends, family, the indescribably talented Nick Sales, and our little Lyza! And what transpired for the next few hours are now forever documented on this beautiful video, “I Know That My Redeemer Lives.”
Lyza’s mother, Shaundnee, who co-produced the video with Nick Sales, further commented on the video, “From the beginning, we all felt like this video needed to be made for someone specific. We don’t even know who this person is, but we felt that it was for someone who needed to know and remember they are loved. They are important and that they have a Savior who knows them. So, if this video was made for just that one person…we couldn’t be happier. If it was made for more than one person…even better.”
Lyza appears in several other YouTube videos with the One Voice Children’s Choir and with friends such as Reese Oliveira with their exciting upbeat cover of Justin Timberlake’s “Can’t Stop the Feeling” from the movie Trolls. She also performed a cover of “How Far I’ll Go” from Disney’s Moana featuring her friends Lydia Oakeson and Reese Oliveira.
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