Leon Navara and His Orchestra. (1936)

Film-document №67037 1 part, Black-white to collection Price category G

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Director: Henaberi Dzhozef. Henabery Joseph

Reel №1

Foyer of the concert hall.

Leon Navara announces a female singer Vicki Joyce.

The orchestra plays.

It sounds song about how to dance if you want to take possession of my heart, do not be too smart, or beautiful, but you need to know how to dance.

You need to cleverly rearrange his feet and listen to the music of the saxophone.

If you dance well, I do not care what language you speak :.

So man, tap to start dancing.

Leon Navarra demonstrates his skills playing the piano with his left hand.

Speaker singer Bill Brady.

Canticle of the Sun melodies.

Love is not alone, she always feels the music.

When I love, I hear a song, I cherish the hope.

I look at the stars, the sun and hear the melody.

Someone sings about love to his woman: a love song that is heard a whisper of wind noise trees :.

Nawara tells about his dream in which he saw well-known musicians.

It demonstrates the vision bolero (orchestra conducting), rumba, tango

Key words

USA, orchestra, concert, song, speech