The tarogato belonging to famous interpreter Dumitru Farcas and stolen in front of the Athenaeum was recovered after a man went on Sunday night to a TV channel and announced he found the musical instrument while he was jogging in a park in Basarab area, said officials of Bucharest Police, quoted by Mediafax. Singer Dumitru Farcas was left without tarogato after it was stolen from him on Saturday from a minibus parked in front of the Romanian Athenaeum in Bucharest, so that the artist could not sing anymore that the anniversary show of Gheorghe Zamfir. Farcas said the Stowasser tarogato is his soul instrument, on which he played for 55 years.
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