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Violinist Gets Interruped By Nokia Phone Ringing, Responds Like A Boss

By David Ponce

This happened quite a few months ago, but just now the tech bloggers seem to have noticed… See, Slovakian violinist Lukas Kmit is pretty awesome. While playing at a Jewish Orthodox Synagogue in Presov a Nokia phone started ringing in the audience with the familiar Marimba tone “Nokia Tune”. Instead of completely halting his performance (as the New York philharmonic did recently), Lukas went with the flow and emulated the ringtone on the spot!

VIA [ CNet’s Crave ]







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    sure it wasn’t “planned”? :)

  • Scott Scholtens

    Uh, that wasn’t a ‘familiar marimba tone’. I think it was, what, a standard Motorola ring tone? Anyone?

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    This is perfect.

  • iloveyou

    This is because the Nokia Tune is based off of a popular Spanish classical waltz called Gran Vals (originally for guitar). Maybe he’s played the rendition on violin before :3

  • iloveyou

    This is because the Nokia Tune is based off of a popular Spanish classical waltz called Gran Vals (originally for guitar). Maybe he’s played the rendition on violin before :3