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Subject: [Leica] OT: Josh Bell, subway busker
From: images at comporium.net (Tina Manley)
Date: Tue Apr 10 08:27:33 2007
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At 11:20 AM 4/10/2007, you wrote:
>One of my brothers spent a number of years busking in Washington DC
>when he was young. Now he makes his living as a musician, but plays
>on the street occasionally, just for fun. He read this article with
>great interest. His primary comment was that talent is context
>dependent: he was sure that if he had been there instead of Joshua
>Bell, he could have "pulled a crowd" and made them stop and listen.
>He wouldn't call himself more talented than Joshua Bell, just more
>capable of succeeding in that situation there in the subway.
If you're talking about Harvey, I'm sure he could draw a crowd anywhere!
Tina Manley, ASMP, NPPA
In reply to:
Message from pswango at att.net (Phil Swango) ([Leica] OT: Josh Bell, subway busker)
Message from images at comporium.net (Tina Manley) ([Leica] OT: Josh Bell, subway busker)
Message from kididdoc at cox.net (Steve Barbour) ([Leica] OT: Josh Bell, subway busker)
Message from chs2018 at med.cornell.edu (Chris Saganich) ([Leica] OT: Josh Bell, subway busker)
Message from reid at mejac.palo-alto.ca.us (Brian Reid) ([Leica] OT: Josh Bell, subway busker)