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Uploaded on Oct 5, 2011
Terry Hershey talks about violinist Itzhak Perlman who was crippled by polio. At one concert at Carnegie Hall after breaking a string, he transposed the remainder of the piece for three strings. After the concert he told the audience that it had always been his lifelong dream to make music out of that which remains. It takes a lot of courage to embrace the particularity of this life and to trust that we can take this life and make extraordinary music.