The musician Mario De Pietro plays two songs accompanied by Jean Melville on piano.
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Full titles read: "MARIO DE PIETRO - the famous instrumental virtuoso. At the piano Jean Melville."
Various shots of the famous musician Mario De Pietro sitting down. He plays a song called 'Rosmarin' on his Mandolin, and is accompanied by Jean Melville who sits in the background on the piano. When the piece is finished. Pietro turns to Melville and asks - "Well Jean, what a shall we play next ?" She replies, "Well, I think 'Lollipops' would be rather nice." Pietro picks up a Banjo and starts to play the lively tune.