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David Bowie dead: Footage of organist playing Life on Mars in tribute to ...

There was hardly a dry eye in Kelvin Museum in Glasgow to this beautiful version of the

The musical genius David Bowie have a fitting tribute to a clip of an organist plays a beautiful version of Life on Mars viral.

Today, as the world mourned the singer, described as a “big star and one of the most influential musicians of his time, died today aged 69 after a 18 month battle with cancer.

To be success rate, Kelvin Art Gallery and Museum in Glasgow recorded his songs in his etenstyd lecture on the towering organ in the lobby.

The performance, presumably by the local organist Cristina Nickol, was greeted with applause increased.

Gordon Williams posted a clip of the performance.. Facebook shared almost 6,000 times in just four hours.

He said many people in the audience, including himself, swam in the beautiful performance.

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He wrote:. … “Not a good day Have myself to art galleries … it was the shift I think Bowie was the love I a few tears among the audience. “

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