There’s something sublime about the Simon & Garfunkel song “The Sound of Silence,” but we’ve never heard it sound quite as magical as this version. Wuauquikuna is a musical group made up of Luis and Fabian Salazar, two Ecuadorian brothers who travel and perform all over Europe sharing their love of folklore music. The siblings both play a variety of panpipes and flutes, and their covers of beloved songs like Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah” have delighted an international audience for years.
For “The Sound Of Silence,” Wuauquikuna performed while standing in a gorgeous meadow surrounded by sparkling seas and majestic mountains. Combining the stunning scenery with their melodic flutes creates a feast for the senses that we could easily watch a thousand times.
Take a listen for yourself in the video below, and don’t forget to share this mesmerizing story.
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