A beautiful rendition of one of the prettiest songs every composed. The song is a message of hope and encouragement in the most difficult of times. Written by Richard Rogers for the musical "The Sound of Music", it was "...a song of acquiescence—to family, to love, to the small satisfactions of stability—and also of resistance. It was both a symbol and an instrument of the Von Trapps’ fleeing of the Nazis—an embodiment of their belief that the “homeland” was something that could, like a flower that blooms in winter, survive the harshness of fascist rule." (The Atlantic)
Here it is, performed by The Little Singers of Armenia (2013).