Students and alumni of Berklee College of Music have created a video in which they perform the Alejandro Sanz number "La Musica no se Toca," and which they have dedicated to the victims of the Boston Marathon bombing.

The Boston-based institution said the idea for the video came from students in the Songwriting in Spanish course taught by Javier Limon, a Grammy-winning producer and musician who has worked with Sanz.

The production was recorded in Boston and in Valencia, Spain, where Berklee has a campus, and in it appear 38 students and alums playing instruments and singing parts of the Spanish artist's song.

Taking part in the video are young people of 20 different nationalities.

The students decided to dedicate this work to the victims of the April 15 attack on the Boston Marathon.

The video ends with the original audio of "La Musica no se Toca" and a message from Alejandro Sanz thanking the Berklee musicians for their work and for "giving us so many emotions."