Saturday, April 07, 2007

If a violinist performs at a subway station...

Originally uploaded by slagheap.
... does a tree fall in the forest?

Er, sorry. That wasn't the question, was it?

Gene Weingarten of the Washington Post asks if one of the nation's great musicians cut through the fog of a D.C. rush hour? Read the answer here.

We could try here in Hampton Roads, except we don't have any subway stations... or light rail... Mr. Bell, one of the "finest classical musicians in the world" would have to play "some of the most elegant music ever written on one of the most valuable violins ever made" at the bus station.

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