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When I had the chance to meet Lynn, I literally jumped out of my sneakers with joy.I had no idea this would lead to a lifelong friendship. After chasing stories all over the world for Mike Wallace at 60 Minutes, I can say Lynn’s story is the most deeply moving story I have ever encountered. Lynn lost both his parents as a young teenager – one to cancer, the other in a car accident. He turned an impossible situation into a global career. One year of work and planning feels like two or three.Wir verwenden Cookies, um Inhalte zu personalisieren, Werbeanzeigen maßzuschneidern und zu messen sowie die Sicherheit unserer Nutzer zu erhöhen.Wenn du auf unsere Webseite klickst oder hier navigierst, stimmst du der Erfassung von Informationen durch Cookies auf und außerhalb von Facebook zu.Lynn Harrell, a multiple Grammy-award winner, shares his personal revelations about universal themes such as overcoming tragedy, finding a higher purpose in art, what it means to grow old, and the power of music to change lives. Sheet Music Plus had the honor to interview the film’s creator, Director Ty Kim.Ty is a winner of six Los Angeles area Emmys, the National Edward R. Ty honed his craft of storytelling working closely with the late Mike Wallace and the late Ed Bradley at CBS News/60 Minutes for years.Sheet Music Plus has been invaluable for me as filmmaker, cellist and teacher.
His narrative will resonate with any person who has experienced the joy of music.At one point, he asked me to stop the film to talk about how I filmed certain shots.He told me the images of the instruments were the most beautiful he had ever seen. For true art – true individual expression cannot be denied. And, our work, will be judged over time.”The simplest things sometimes have massive, deep meaning.What can you say to the best ever storyteller in history when he gives you that kind of compliment? Yo-Yo literally placed his hand inside Lynn’s to compare the size of their hands. They were crying because they still cannot believe we are seeing this baby we once held in our arms, expressing himself through music.