A musician is playing on a public piano. This man walks up and blows everyone away.


Best stories happen in real life, not movies. And these stories happen in the most unexpected ways and with the simplest things. In this case, it would only need a public piano at a Parisian train station and two complete strangers.
There is a single public piano at the Austerlitz station where anyone who knows how to play, or even those who don't, can take a seat and play. However, on this particular day, the regular commuters were lucky enough to witness an amazing event. A man sat down and began to play. Suddenly, after a few chords, another man reaches approaches him and starts to strike some keys. And that is, hundreds of people stop and hear them, jaw-dropping with their tracks. Time freezes. See for yourself:

The two talented pianists are Spaniard Gerard Pla DarĂ³ and Nassim Zaouche, from Algeria. They had never met each other before until this moment at this train station in Paris. They 've since become internet sensations. Their interpretation of the piece, "Una Mattina", by Luddovico Einaudi, proves the best way that music is not only a universal language, a global mean of communication, but also that even in the middle of a busy train station, it can take your breath away and offer unforgettable moments.

via: hefty.co
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