Yesterday's solar eclipse was one of the greatest astronomical events of the past decade, with the United States, in particular, experiencing a total blockage of the sun by the moon during a couple of minutes. So it's no wonder some artists decided to mark the occasion by paying a homage to all things eclipse-related.

While Bonnie Tyler performed her hit 'Total Eclipse of the Heart' aboard a cruise during the daytime darkness, Diane Coffee decided to share a very special cover of Pink Floyd's 'Eclipse' - the closing track from the band's 1973 album The Dark Side of The Moon. It's beautiful, dreamy, theatrical, and sweet -- in sum, everything Diane Coffee has gotten us used to over the years. Oh, and it features a full orchestra too.

Watch the video below.