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Man plays the accordion in an open field attracting a curious cow that can’t get enough

June 17th, 2021

“Accordion music soothes the savage beast” – said no one ever. Except that YouTube just did!

Yep, the platform’s loopy algorithms are at it again, uniting people from all over the world with videos that nobody has ever searched for but have totally fallen in love with.

This time around, it’s bringing us the oddball story of a man who mesmerizes a cow with the sound of (accordion) music.

You know, that same ol’ trope that always gets our ears buzzing to the beat!

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YouTube/Adrian Bordeianu Source: YouTube/Adrian Bordeianu

But hey, don’t take my word for it – over 3 million fans (and one lucky cow) aren’t wrong.

“Damn algorithm knows I can’t resist a good ol’ cow being enchanted by music.” – @Laura Maue

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YouTube/Adrian Bordeianu Source: YouTube/Adrian Bordeianu

Even this bullheaded cow was surprised by just how much he enjoyed this type of music (after he looked over his shoulder to make sure none of his friends were watching).

Curious about all the ruckus, he came running as soon as the magical pied piper soundwaves rolled over his horns and straight into his ears!

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YouTube/Adrian Bordeianu Source: YouTube/Adrian Bordeianu

“The power of love. Cow, forest and accordion.”

That’s how Adrian Bordeianu describes his unusual music venue in the great outdoors. One look at the expression on his face and you can see why it’s the perfect recipe for peace and happiness!

“Just some random old guy on a mountain hillside playing accordion in a field of cows… this man is living his best life.” @Lily Chung”

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YouTube/Adrian Bordeianu Source: YouTube/Adrian Bordeianu

Me: Am I really watching a one-man orchestra making moo-eyes at a cow???

Cow: I got front-row VIP seats to the Accordion King!

YouTube: “Imagine your whole life literally eating grass in silence, and suddenly you hear music. I would also be interested.” – @Hibah Price

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YouTube/Adrian Bordeianu Source: YouTube/Adrian Bordeianu

Face it, folks – we now live in an age when portable squeezebox pianos rule.

Even Wired magazine thinks this squishy instrument deserves the #1 spot on their list of Top 10 Geeky Instruments of all time.

I’m certainly more convinced about the advantages of playing a fantastical instrument that comes with its own set of lungs!

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Pixabay/Tomasz Mikołajczyk Source: Pixabay/Tomasz Mikołajczyk

So, who is this Adrian Bordeianu guy, anyway?

While the Internet is usually a goldmine when it comes to dishing out everything about anyone that ever lived, there’s not much information on him outside of his social media accounts.

Besides Instagram grids showing him playing the piano and canoodling with baby kangaroos, this Romanian national’s history is a total mystery.

“Idk why but this feels like the ending to a long heartwarming story of a man who wanted to become famous for playing his accordion.” – @Baby Summer

Truth be told, we don’t even need to know who he is, to understand him. The beautiful, bellowing chords say everything we need to know about this quirky, animal-loving soul.

The fact that he’s cow-approved is all the social proof that we need!

“It really warms my heart to see when humans reach out to our animal counterparts, to do something that makes their day a little bit more special.” – @Sappphire

Comments from people who were got snatched by YouTube’s infamous algorithm went something like this:

“The cow’s just like: Man, this is fire. You got an album?” – PrinceCanuteVA

And also:

“Funny how the algorithm has reunited all of us weird people that would watch a cow enjoying some accordion music.” – Nicolò Mignozzetti

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YouTube/Adrian Bordeianu Source: YouTube/Adrian Bordeianu

Can’t wait to get hypnotized by the charming sounds of the Accordion Whisperer in your ears?

Then check out the video below to see why cows and accordions are obviously soul mates.

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Source: Adrian Bordeianu, Wired

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