The joy of music - it's not just about playing it to keep your mind active and anxiety-free during this chaotic time of a surging health crisis.
Despite certain obstacles of self-isolation and walls separating families Chilean musician Gonzalo Acuna isn't letting it stop him from sharing the love.
For those in nursing homes at higher risk - like Gonzalo's parents - the ability to share the love of music and spring into a waltz brightens their day:
(SOUNDBITE) (Spanish) CHILEAN ACCORDION PLAYER, GONZALO ACUNA, SAYING:
"I play for them, I play a little bit of music, I talk to them, and we try to have a nice little moment. And, when I leave my heart is full and they are happy."
And requests can still be made on the other side of the glass.
For his mother, it's a chance to bask in the music and forget the stress:
ACUNA'S PARENTS SEEN THROUGH WINDOW WITH AUDIO OF MOTHER'S VOICE HEARD SAYING, (Spanish):
"He works all day and then he comes here. For me, this is a gift from God."