Talented Pianist Wows Passengers With Improvised Classic Songs

Jocelyn Neo
By Jocelyn Neo
January 27, 2017Entertainment
Talented Pianist Wows Passengers With Improvised Classic Songs

Who would have thought that a normal version of “Für Elise”, a Beethoven classic musical piece could be so entertaining?

Lebanese pianist and composer Maan Hamadeh delighted a crowd of passengers waiting to board the planes at a Czech airport with his improvised Beethoven’s piece. Hamadeh first played the normal version of the classic piece and started altering the dynamics, at once becoming lively and playful.

He didn’t stop at one song. After Für Elise, he switched to the famous Titanic theme–My Heart Will Go On by Celine Dion, and an improvised version he had composed.

His friend who filmed the performance shifted the focus to the passengers. Some were recording this amazing show while two ladies could be seen dancing to the rhythm.

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