A child I found busking in Gdansk, Poland last year
She was playing just 3-4 things she learned one of which was this Mozart piese. Later I found out she comes from a polish busking family her father plays Bandoneon and her mother was a saw player. I found them playing in after dark hours on the street. I talked to them. Asked the little girl if she is joining her parents. She answered " Daddy says it's too late for my concert"...
From My Busker diary.
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