Playing violin when you don't have a right arm
When there is a will there is a way!
Guess I can't complain about my arthritic shoulder anymore.
These kind of things tell me to put my whines up my a$$ and go the f*** to practice.
Very inspiring! Really too bad she cannot use more of the bow's length or apply any pressure.
Imagine if she learned to bow with her right foot, as well. What a feat!
Makes me feel bad for complaining about my hands!
I once met a man whose mother had taken thalidomide, and he didn't have much in the way of arms or hands, but with the help of a leather harness around his back he was a professional trombonist.
In Samuel Applebaum's
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