Coronavirus: Instrumentalists play sinking Titanic song in empty aisle

Coronavirus: Instrumentalists play sinking Titanic song in empty aisle

- Two instrumentalists recently used their art to ease tension amidst the growing coronavirus scare

- The violinists created a beautiful re-enactment of a scene from popular movie Titanic to make fun of coronavirus-induced panic-buying

- They were seen performing in front of an empty tissue-paper aisle

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As new cases of coronavirus continue to spring up in different parts of the world, two talented instrumentalists have come forward and used their art to give people another reason to laugh more and worry less.

The two violinists, Bonnie Von Duyke and Emer Kinsella, recreated one of the most touching scenes from popular 1966 movie, Titanic. Their performance was in response to the coronavirus-induced panic-buying across the world.

In a clip sighted on video streaming platform YouTube, Duyke and Kinsella were sighted in front of an empty toilet paper aisle inside a store in Los Angeles.

The two dressed in black suits and bright orange life vests, serenaded shoppers to the tune of Nearer, my God, To Thee, which was the same composition that played when the ship was sinking in the Titanic movie.

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Watch the video below:

Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za reported that the Chinese province of Hubei, which is regarded as one of the hardest-hit areas, has reported no new infections for the first time since the outbreak of the coronavirus.

The revelation has marked a turning point in the spread of the virus, which has infected almost 81 000 Chinese people.

As the infections dwindle to zero, China faces another challenge as some citizens of other countries continue to add to the number of infected people.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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