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Brothers perform “Hallelujah” on pan flutes in the most relaxing cover ever


Slow and soft music soothes our souls; you will be relieved of stress when an appropriate piece of music touches your soul deeply. Have you ever found yourself joyfully crying while listening to a beautiful song? Yes, we do get emotional!

In light of everything that is going on in the world right now, we all need a moment to unwind and relax.

The only effective way to accomplish this is to listen to music. This two-man band, thankfully, knows how to heal our souls.


Wuauquikuna is made up of Ecuadorian brothers Luis and Fabian Salazar. They’ve spent over 20 years traveling and performing throughout Europe. Both enjoy folklore music and play a variety of panpipes and flutes, such as the quenacho, dizi, zampoa (or siku), and rondador.

They claim to bring their music to life through the use of instruments from South and North America, as well as other parts of the world.

While they’ve performed a variety of popular songs over the years, their rendition of Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah” is a fan favorite. We’re not going to pretend to be surprised!

Luis and Fabian can be seen in a video playing a beautiful song on pan flutes while surrounded by beautiful scenery. Each perfect note inspires peace and relaxation, prompting us to take a moment to pause, close our eyes, and listen to the entire spectrum of sound.


We’re not the only ones who could sit and watch them play all day!

“This is magical,” wrote one fan. “It inspires me to float through the sky.” “The world’s most beautiful song, played on the world’s most beautiful musical instrument,” said another. “Many thanks.”

We couldn’t be more in agreement! This duo’s talent for composing soul-satisfying music is something we can’t get enough of! More of their work can be found on YouTube if you agree.

Enjoy the beautiful performance of the brothers in the video below, and please share this story with someone who is stressed.