Jan Rubini and Orchestra. (1937)
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Jan Rubini plays on a Stradivarius violin with piano accompaniment.
Man listening to offers to buy the game at Roubini fiddle for big money.
Roubini refuses because the violin is for him very important in life, and it is associated with some events from his past.
Roubini talks about some of the events that happened to him a few years ago, when he played in the lobby of the hotel.
Rubin plays the violin.
She begins to sing a song to the music of the orchestra. (Song of the vagabond life.
About the spring, that there is pain and sadness, when there was a lark song when he hears a wolf howl).
In one of the tables two ladies sit down.
They listen attentively to play the violin.
Ladies come to hear him play every night.
One evening, one of the ladies conveys a note stating that she was delighted with the Roubini games.
The room goes dancing couple.
Roubini says that still has that note, since the lady wrote her a long time she did not appear, but once again had to listen to his magnificent performance, and then disappeared without a trace, and Roubini did not find out her name.
That is why he does not want to sell the violin in the hope that one day the lady reappears in order to hear him play
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