Coca-Cola has released a Unified Song for the Special Olympics World Winter Games 2017, which will take place March 14-25 in Austria. “Can You Feel It” is performed by Austrian singer Rose May Alaba with musicians with intellectual disabilities from the organization Jugend am Werk (Youth at Work) playing the Veeh harp, a plucked string instrument that does not require the ability to read music. Download it here on iTunes here.
Alaba wrote the lyrics, and the music was composed by Markus Weiss and Bern Wagner. “This song means a lot to me personally,” Alaba said. “The journey from the idea to the release was full of great experiences. The lyrics are about team spirit, altruism and motivation. ‘Can You Feel It’ brings happiness and aims to motivate the athletes, their fans and every person out there.”
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“Thanks to the positive power of sports, the Special Olympics are a driving force for togetherness and for supporting each other,” said Philipp Bodzenta, general manager of the Special Olympics project for
Coca-Cola also released a Unified Song, “Reach Up”, in support of the 2015 Special Olympics World Games Los Angeles 2015.
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