His an Italian violinist who was said to have made a pact with the devil.Legends have it that a dark figure visited him in his dream in the night in 1713.It was the devil offering his aid in exchange for his soul.Tartini agreed to the pact, later which the devil tool his violin and played the most beautiful song.Upon walking he took his violin and tried to recreate the song.The result was the devil's trill sonata which remains one if the most difficult piece of violin ever written.Observers who witnessed tartini play the piece were convinced that he had other worldly assistance to perform it perfectly.
The moral lesson of this story is never make any deal or pact with the devil because you will loose at the end.What does it profit a man to gain the whole world and loose his soul at the end.
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