The Gresham Symphony, Part Three

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This is the third part of the contemporary love story set in the seventies between Robert, the Hungarian concert pianist and Erika, the young country girl.
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"'What?! Dead!? What the hell! How?! Heart attack?!' he is totally shocked by the news 'I'll be there soon' Rita hangs up and runs towards the ambulance, which was about to leave without her. She gets in the car between the young doctor and the driver in the front seat. The driver sets up the sirens but as they drive out of town he decides to switch it off, thinking that the future passenger is dead already, what's the point and he turns on the radio to listen to some music. The sound of music is soothing for Rita's nerves until the moment when the well known hit, the Bohemian Rhapsody comes on air, Freddy Mercury singing the following:
'Mama, I've just killed a man'
'How about this for a co-incidence?' Rita is shaking her head, looking at the doctor in disbelief.
The doctor, (who obviously understands English) bursts into uncontrollable laughter but after a few minutes he forces himself to stop, looking at Rita's expression.
'This is not funny!' she looks at the doctor in disgust.
'I do apologize, Madam' he turns to Rita, who is staring at the road ahead of her, deeply involved in her thoughts."

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