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Watch Lebanese Girl’s Amazing and Inspiring Piano Skills

Watch Lebanese Girl’s Amazing and Inspiring Piano Skills

Among the peoples of the Arab world, the Lebanese have always stood for their love of life, joy and art. Even during times of heightened political unrest, Lebanon never seized to present the world with musicians whose art stands the test of time in proving its uniqueness.

Following the footsteps of the many Lebanese greats such as Fayrouz, the Rahbani brothers, Wadi’ el-Safi, Marcel Khalifa and many others, young Lebanese pianist Rim Farhat, from Nabatieh in South Lebanon, continues to impress the many online spectators with her exceptional skills on the piano keys.

From one world renowned piece to the other, young Farhat continues to share the many pieces she has mastered such the famous Requiem for a Dream score by Clint Mansell and Mariage D’Amour by George Davidson.

We fall nothing short of absolute certainty that Farhat will soon rise to the success she deserves, and we can’t wait to cheer for her.

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