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Albert Einstein And Violin
Drawing - Drawing Pastels On Canson Paper
Albert Einstein Drawing portrait by Daliana Pacuraru
Einstein hated playing the violin. He would much rather build houses of cards, which he was really good at (he once built one 14 stories high!), or do just about anything else. When Einstein was 13-years old, he suddenly changed his mind about the violin when he heard the music of Mozart. With a new passion for playing, Einstein continued to play the violin until the last few years of his life. For nearly seven decades, Einstein would not only use the violin to relax when he became stuck in his thinking process, he would play socially at local recitals or join in impromptu groups such as Christmas carolers who stopped at his home. (history1900s.about.com)
December 30th, 2012
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