Andre Rieu’s instrumental rendition of ‘Amazing Grace’ will send chills down your spine

Amazing grace is a Christain Hymn that was written in the 1700s. However, it is still popular to this day. Of course, people admire it for its beautiful message of forgiveness and redemption. But the stunning melody is also unforgettable. This may be the reason why so many people make their rendition of it.

Dutch musician Andre Rieu is one of those people. He is an excellent conductor and an expert on playing the violin. Moreover, with his orchestra, the Johann Strauss Orchestra, he does grand acts while touring all over the world. Similarly, for one of the 2013 tour acts in Amsterdam, Rieu performed Amazing Grace. And it is nothing short of breathtaking.

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First, a Scottish band in full Regalia enters the stage. Such a grand entrance! But it is what comes after that leaves the audience in awe. Andre starts playing the violin. Furthermore, the flute begins playing, and the whole orchestra joins in. You will not be able to move by the beauty if this performance. Watch the entire act below:

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