It's probably my favourite scene from any of Hawks' films. And it's also the quintessential Hawks scene, visually as well as thematically. The focus on music for teambuilding. The woman showing the man that she's more than his equal. The easy interaction among all involved. Grant saying "You better be good." to Jean Arthur, and later asking for a match. And it's so warm and tender, with the underlining tragedy not visible if you don't know the story, but so very palpable if you do know it. These are things (as is the low hanging lamp in the foreground) which are repeated again and again in the world of Hawks. And it's all there, these two minutes being perhaps the most complete auteur statement in cinema history.