7-Year-Old Plays Mozart

Submitted by: SminkyPinky 3 years ago in

I can play chopsticks... does that count?
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Male 2,711
@Nickel2
First, it`s "rack" not rake. Second, this is obviously a recital or competition so the *table* of trophies is most likely either the prizes being awarded or prizes the school/instructor/conservatory have previously won. It says nothing about the parents.
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Male 46
Yeah, they must beat this child to make her love music...Rulers smacked on the fingers so they play well. Sad that the most ignorant are the first to speak, and they speak the loudest.
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Male 46
If you have nothing nice to say then what is the point of commenting?
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Male 5,872
When I see a rake of trophies next to the piano, it says over-ambitious parents. The child has talent and ability, and will do as she is told. The parents will glow in the glory of her achievements.
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Male 413
who cares. at least she isn`t shaking her ass in da club.
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Male 4,745
I never liked Mozart. Bach is more my thing. Anyway, this kid was amazing! Just have to wonder if it was her drive and determination that led her to that level of talent or if it was "success crazed" parents and gruelling hours of practice with a wooden ruler hover over her hands to smack her when she made a mistake.
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Male 7,774
Wasn`t Mozart that age when he wrote music?
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Female 233
Link: 7-Year-Old Plays Mozart [Rate Link] - I can play chopsticks... does that count?
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