Musicians come to Scotland to record an arresting cover of “Fight Song” that receives over 47 million views…

“I live in Scotland and nothing could explain Scotland better,” one spectator remarked. This was expertly executed.

Nature and music make a wonderful pair.

Most of the time, listening to music while being in nature is more soothing.

And when artists combine these two, you may anticipate a positive mood and a sense of fulfillment from life and its meaning.

Fight Song by Rachel Platten & Dave Bassett was beautifully and inspirationally performed by The Piano Guys and the Wasatch & District Pipe Band.

It was filmed in one of the most recognizable castles on Earth and was also performed outside.

Dornie, Scotland’s Eilean Donan Castle.

Dornie is a perfect location since it has a lot of lush green forests, beautiful mountain views, and fresh streams.

The Northern Highlands, the scene of numerous historical wars, are seen in the music video’s opening shot of its rivers and valleys.

It also pays tribute to Scottish warrior tradition.

This might have served as the impetus for The Piano Guys to perform such a lovely song in such spectacular surroundings.

While singing the song and telling the story and displaying the bravery, it inspires a similar fighting spirit.

The video was soon followed by the sound of the drums, played by the Wasatch & District Pipe Band.

A mimic of what would have been a call to arms in the midst of battle.

The beat grabs attention.

Within the Eilean Donan Castle grounds, the quiet introduction is heard.

Initially, there is a duet.
Jon Schmidt, a pianist, and Steven Sharp Nelson, a cellist.

As they perform, the cello’s harmony and the piano’s strums blend together with the castle in the distance.

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Drums and men and women carrying bagpipes may be heard gently making their way closer as the piano and cello play.

The band was then seen marching across the bridge toward the castle in the footage.

The cello changed into Amazing Grace as the wandering band arrived.

Its energy resonates with everyone.

The melody then changed once again, this time incorporating the bagpipers as a hidden component that complemented the other instruments.

It is unmistakably similar to the Scottish combat theme.
The tune traveled far into the lands and into the soul when everyone joined in for the grand finale.

People are really vocal.
The comments on their YouTube video have been encouraging and wonderful.

The comment “I am 94 years old and I simply enjoy how the Piano Guys sing this song” received more likes than the others. I keep listening to it over and over, and I never get bored. Additionally, I adore Scotland and the bagpipes, and I want to visit there before I pass away.”

With everyone’s hectic lives these days, this video has served as a reminder to take a moment to pause and listen to nature through music, which will help to clear our hearts and thoughts.

Watch the video below to hear this outstanding rendition of “Fight Song” against the stunning scenery of Scotland!

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