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In his early years, American landscape photographer Ansel Adams studied piano and showed some talent. At one party, however, as Adams played Chopin’s F Major Nocturne, he recalled that "In some strange way my right had started off in F-sharp major while my left had behaved well in F-major. I could not bring them together. I went through the entire nocturne with the hands separated by a half-step."


The next day a fellow guest gave Adams a no-nonsense review of his performance: "You never missed a wrong note!" Retrieved 9-25-2006 from www.esermons.com email, quoting from an issue of Daily Walk.