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In the Estonian language the words "soul" and "breathe" share the same stem. In Estonian, "to breathe as one" means more than coordianted inhaling and exhaling... It connects souls together. To breathe as one is the name of the 25th Laulupidu... the astonishing Estonian song festival where as many as 30,000 singers take the stage, and for two days become the world's largest choir. Laulupidu was founded in 1869 to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Estonia's liberation from serfdom. Since then Estonians have continually gathered together to sing. UNESCO has proclaimed the Laulupidu Song Festival a "Masterpiece of the Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity." Join a world-renowned American children's choir from Oakland, California as they journey to Estonia to discover the profound power of song.