At my advanced age I am always fighting physical degradation that robs me of abilities I once had, not only in playing my instruments but in life in general. Therefore I often have to find different ways to make the sounds I want to make (or take the steps I want to take, or reach the shelves I want to rach, etc., etc.).
I consider myself fortunate to have ever been able to do some things I did in life in general and music in particular in the past and admire those who are less fortunate and yet still aspire and, in fact, inspire by what they have managed to accomplish despite serious difficulties.
An article about a violinist born without a right hand appeared this morning in my email from the STRAD magazine and had a link to the following brief video. Below the video link is a link to the STRAD article (which you may not be able to access but the link might lead you to access further information on line if you are interested).
And the STRAD on-line article:
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