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Id forget the piece just before I went out to do the concerto, the panic was too great. This was not anything that gave
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"I'd forget the piece just before I went out to do the concerto, the panic was too great. This was not anything that gave me pleasure. This was fulfilling somebody else's dream"

- Linda Lavin

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This quote by Linda Lavin talks to the difficulty of performing in front of an audience. She expresses the fear and anxiety she felt prior to heading out to perform a concerto, to the point where she would forget the piece. This suggests that the pressure of carrying out was so excellent that it overwhelmed her. She likewise discusses that it was not something that provided her enjoyment, however rather something she was doing to meet another person's dream. This indicates that she was not enthusiastic about the efficiency, however was doing it out of commitment. This quote speaks to the trouble of carrying out in front of an audience, and the pressure that can feature it. It likewise suggests that sometimes we do things out of responsibility, even if it is not something we are passionate about.

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USA Flag This quote is written / told by Linda Lavin somewhere between October 15, 1937 and today. She was a famous Actress from USA. The author also have 12 other quotes.

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