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How ubiquitous is Nokia’s iconic ringtone? An easy but inadvisable way to find out is to leave your phone’s ringer on during a concert recital and see what happens when a call comes in. See how Slovakian violinist Lukas Kmit deftly handled the situation.

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How ubiquitous is Nokia’s iconic ringtone? An easy — but not advisable — way to find out is to leave your phone’s ringer on during a concert recital and see what happens when a call comes in. Yes, it’s a major faux pas, yet you have to give credit to Slovakian violinist Lukas Kmit, when it happened in the middle of his solo performance! Watch and see how he handled it.

  1. Psst: I think he’s on a viola, not a violin.

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  2. Staged as all get out.

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  3. musashiwasajedi Tuesday, January 24, 2012

    That “iconic” ringtone is a snippet of a classical piece Grand Vals composed by Francisco Tarrega, and I’m sure Lukas knows it well.

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