Wincent Weiss’s ‘Ich tanze leise’ acoustic version includes a gorgeous cello and stunning violins
German singer Wincent Weiss has been putting out acoustic versions of some of the tracks from his debut album in the last few weeks and, today, he released a video of an acoustic performance of his song ‘Ich tanze leise‘ (‘I Dance Quietly’).
And, while the acoustic version of the song is not hugely different from the original release when it comes to the vocals, it does include the addition of a gorgeous cello and three stunning violins.
‘Ich tanze leise‘ is from Weiss’s debut album Irgendwas gegen die Stille (Something Against The Silence), which hit the top 15 on the album charts in Germany (3), Switzerland (4) and Austria (14).
Watch the acoustic version of the song in the Digster Pop video below. Unfortunately, however, unless you are in one of the German-speaking countries, it may very well be blocked for you.
That’s why I have also included a video of another live performance of ‘Ich tanze leise‘ at the Bauhaus in Dessau, Germany back in March this year. Enjoy.
Related: Wincent Weiss’s ‘Feuerwerk‘ is a gorgeous power anthem that makes me dance
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