by Rani Nugraha in Video on Tuesday 22 May 2012

Only those with hearts as black as coal or as cold as arctic ice could refrain from feeling an ounce of emotion while watching this. Radio Klassisk in Copenhagen brought a little dose of serenity and beauty to traveling commuters in Copenhagen by setting the Copenhagen Phil (Sjællands Symfoniorkester) loose on a train.

A carriage full of young and old Danes had their mundane daily ride transformed into a symphonic saunter when flutes, violins and clarinets brought elevator music to life and they played a short rendition of Edvard Grieg’s Morning Mood (aka Peer Gynt). Get an instant dose of the warm and fuzzies as old ladies get teary, hipsters unplug themselves from their white headphones and middle aged men get carried away.