How’s your day going so far? Is it hectic, busy, and just like a complete chaos? Well, I am here to tell you that you need (another) break to gather your thoughts, refocus, relax, and gain the strength you need to get through this day.
And what better way to spend a few relaxing minutes than by listening to one of the most beautiful songs ever? You’ve probably heard a lot of versions of Hallelujah, the popular song written by Leonard Cohen and first released back in 1984. But chances are you’ve never heard it like this.

Have you ever imagined how the song would sound as an instrumental? It’s hard to think about it that way, but the video below should help you out.
Rob Landes and Aubry Picher’s use of the looping pedal in Hallelujah is so clever that it actually allows for Landes to play three violin parts in the same time. Sounds impossible, right? Well, that’s why you need to watch the video and see for yourself.
Make sure to share this version of the song with other friends who you know could use a break just about know.

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