A Cambridge-based music teacher and security guard at London Bridge station pay a musical tribute to Queen Elizabeth II

As we travel during Mumbai people, sometimes we may come across passengers who like to sing bhajans in the morning, beggars sing asking commuters for money… However, in an impromptu performance to pay homage to the late monarch Briton, a security guard joined a Cambridge-based music teacher to sing the lyrics and tune to the soothing song Lascia ch’io pianga.

The duo have been identified as music directors at Pembroke College Cambridge named Anna and Marcella – a security guard at London Bridge station.

Letting the world know about the musical duo held at London Bridge station, she tweeted the video and wrote: “It was so moving. She spontaneously stopped at the organ at London Bridge station to play some tunes for the Queen. This lovely security guard, Marcella, asked me if I could play Lascia ch’io pianga. Turns out she was trained as a singer!”

Since shared on Twitter a few hours ago, it has won the hearts of Internet users. The now viral clip has attracted over 220.6K views, 130K likes and lots of comments. From passers-by applauding the musical tribute to Twitterati expressing their positive comments in the reply section, the video impressed all kinds of views.

Queen Elizabeth II, the oldest monarch of the United Kingdom, died last Thursday, that is to say September 8, at the age of 96.

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