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Concert (1896)

On the terrace, a small concert which consists of a man playing the violin, two women at a piano, and another woman who sings, play a lovely tune.

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Louis Lumière
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Uncredited cast:
André Honnorat André Honnorat ... Self (on the violin) (uncredited)
Jeanne Koehler Jeanne Koehler ... Self (sitting at the piano) (uncredited)
Mrs. Auguste Lumiere ... Self (standing on the right) (uncredited)
Rose Lumière ... Self (sitting at the piano) (uncredited)
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On the terrace, a small concert which consists of a man playing the violin, two women at a piano, and another woman who sings, play a lovely tune.

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Concert
22 December 2016 | by Michael_ElliottSee all my reviews

Concert (1896)

When the camera starts rolling we see a man on a violin, a woman at a piano and two other woman with song books singing. This Lumiere Brothers film clocks in at less than a minute but with their obviously being no sound there's really not too much of a point of showing musicians. WIth that said, this here is slightly entertaining since it doesn't last too long. It was mildly interesting getting to see the clothes of the era as well as the instruments but in all honesty there's nothing ground-breaking here for cinema and it's not even among the more entertaining films from the brothers.


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Country:

France

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Release Date:

20 April 1896 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

Koncert See more »

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Lumière See more »
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Silent
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