Get all the latest news on coronavirus and more delivered daily to your inbox.  Sign up here.Sometimes, technology can truly be beautiful.With the coronavirus pandemic ravaging the globe, nearly all live events have been postponed or canceled, as countries attempt to “flatten the curve” and slow the spread of COVID-19.But thanks to technology, the Rotterdam Philarmonic Orchestra has gone viral and bucked the trend. Sketch of Ludwig Van Beethoven, German composer (AP)CORONAVIRUS AT THE AIRPORT: HOW CAN I AVOID GERMS?The orchestra, which celebrated its 100th birthday in 2018, performed a rendition of Beethoven’s ‘Ode to Joy’ with the 19 musicians each playing their part from home, EuroNews reports.Each musician individually recorded their parts to a click track. Following that, the parts were added to an “audio mix along with archival recording of the final choir segment,” the news outlet added.Subsequently, the video has gone viral on social media, racking up more than 6,000 views on YouTube and thousands of retweets on Twitter, as viewers are touched by the creativity and the spirit of the musicians.”God bless you all,” one Twitter user wrote. “That’s just what I needed!””Beautiful,” another wrote, adding a smile emoji.Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9 was originally written and composed in the

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