Practice and Parents
By Elaine Schmidt
"Some stories get repeated so often and by so many people, that it’s hard to pin down exactly what happened or what was said. One such legendary story finds world-renowned cellist Pablo Casals injuring his hand while rock climbing. He is reported to have taken one look at his mangled hand and then said to his companions, “Thank heavens, I’ll never have to play that cello again.”
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