Art And Music | Humility | Pride | Self | Value

I have long remembered the story of the college girl who visited the home of Beethoven. She slipped under the rope and began playing Beethoven’s piano. She said to the one in charge, “I suppose every musician who comes here wants to play this piano?” He explained to her that recently the great Paderewski was visiting there and someone asked him to play that piano. He replied, “No, I do not feel worthy to play the great master’s piano.” From Charles Allen’s, What I have Lived By. (Revell, Old Tappan, New Jersey) 1976, page 145.

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