Father-Daughter Duet To ‘Nessun Dorma’ At Church

Father-Daughter Duet To ‘Nessun Dorma’ At Church

A talented father and daughter performed a beautiful duet in church.

Music can cause people to experience a wide range of emotions and feelings. Sounds can have a profound and lasting impact. Lyrics, even those in another language, can evoke an emotional reaction in listeners. The beauty of music is essentially universal. 

That was the case when Adrian and Emma-Jean, a father and daughter act, sang together in a church. In a video posted to YouTube, the pair sang “Nessun Dorma.” It's a dazzling and captivating performance, even if you do not understand a word the two are singing. 

Their voices are beautiful. Both are obviously very talented singers, but the daughter outshines her dad throughout the performance. On several occasions, she reaches back and hits high note after high note, showing her absurd and shocking musical ability. 

The audience is also thoroughly impressed. They show appreciation by giving the duo a much-deserved round of applause. Several in the audience even decide to go one further and give them a standing ovation.

The applause goes on for nearly 30 seconds! 

A few members of the audience even started chanting that they “want more” from Adrian and Emma-Jean. They want to hear more from the singers blessed with angelic voices.

The audience members were not the only people who enjoyed the operatic performance. The video’s description on YouTube, posted and written by the singers, reads, “We had a wonderful time visiting our family and performing for such an appreciative crowd!”

“Nessun Dorma,” according to Classical-Music.com, is an Italian aria and its title translates to “let no one sleep.” The site adds that “Nessun Dorma” gained worldwide popularity after Italian opera singer Luciano Pavarotti performed the song in the 1990s during the World Cup.

Philippians 4:8 “Finally, brothers, whatever things are true, whatever things are honorable, whatever things are just, whatever things are pure, whatever things are lovely, whatever things are of good report; if there is any virtue, and if there is any praise, think about these things.”

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