Teenage Violinist’s Beautiful Cover Of ‘Oh, Pretty Woman’ By Roy Orbison

Teenage Violinist’s Beautiful Cover Of ‘Oh, Pretty Woman’ By Roy Orbison

An immensely talented young woman, Karolina Protsenko, put her mesmerizing skills on the violin on full display with her stunning and awe-inspiring cover of Roy Orbison’s classic hit, “Oh, Pretty Woman.”

Throughout the history of music, plenty of tunes have received the cover treatment. Likely, any song with even a smidgen of familiarity among the general public has been covered once or twice. Covers are a terrific way to pay homage to an artist and for an unknown musician to build and gain an audience.

In a clip posted on YouTube, Karolina, well-known for her dazzling violin covers, went with a beloved song covered thousands of times over the years. Her rendition of Roy Orbison’s “Oh, Pretty Woman” is an utter delight and treat. 

As she expertly strums and plucks her violin and joyfully dances about the busy street, you can’t help but hum and possibly sing out the memorable lyrics. Her playing and love of performing are infectious!

“Pretty woman, walkin’ down the street
Pretty woman the kind I like to meet
Pretty woman, I don’t believe you, you’re not the truth
No one could look as good as you, mercy”

“Oh, Pretty Woman” is still heard on the radio, in television commercials and often during hilarious montage sequences in films. It’s a tune that many people know, and even if they don’t know that they know it, they’ve heard it before, in some form or fashion. 

By the end of the clip, those gathered to take in Karolina’s fantastic display of talent and enthusiasm give the young woman a round of applause. 

A handful of others showed their appreciation, support and approval on the video’s YouTube page, writing comments.

“A thoroughly beautiful rendition of a wonderful song and tune. A true timeless classic,” one person posted

“This girl remembers and plays hundreds of songs in public without making any mistakes, amazing!” a second individual added.

Psalm 104:33 “I will make songs to the Lord all my life; I will make melody to my God while I have my being.”

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