Classical music ensemble creatively convinces person in the audience to shut down their cell phone

Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Musicians preparing to play at a concert react to a Nokia phone going off in the audience.

Related trivia: The Nokia tune (also called Grande Valse on old Nokia mobile phones) is a phrase from a composition for solo guitar, Gran Vals, by the Spanish classical guitarist and composer Francisco Tárrega, written in 1902. (Wikipedia)

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3 comentarii:

Anonymous said...

I remember years ago I went to see the Philharmonic and half way though the performance the jackass behind me pulls out a family sized bag of peanut M&Ms.

All I could hear the rest of the night was the rustling of his bag and the crunching of his face as he noisily chomped on his mid performance snack.

Anonymous said...

Well, that's what you can expect to find when people ask for rights but do not accept any responsibilities in exchange for those rights.

Anonymous said...

Accident? no way!
Still, a brilliant idea, and the point was taken :D

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