- A video has emerged of a 90-year-old grandmother beautifully playing the piano
- Social media user, Ameyaw JohnGarin Isaac, shared the video of the talented nonagenarian online
- The video has since gained quite an attention on social media
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There may not be enough female nonagenarian pianists who can skillfully handle the instrument but a 90-year-old grandmother has captivated many with her admirable performance of Fanny Crosby’s "Pass Me Not, O Gentle Saviour".
A video of the old lady brilliantly playing the piano during rehearsal at a church has been shared on social media.
Facebook user, Ameyaw JohnGarin Isaac, posted the mesmerising video on his page which has since garnered some traction.
JohnGarin Isaac noted that the 90-year-old lady, despite being partially visually-impaired, remains faithful to God and has been contributing her ‘old-age's mite’ through her talent to help the church.
''90 year old grandmother without full sight still plays the Piano to glorify God,''JohnGarin Isaac captioned his post on Facebook.
The video has been shared by many on social media since it surfaced online.
Watch video below:
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