*下面是原本的transcript： (People may think I) must have always wanted to play the cello. To me, I just need to inform you: my decision to play the cello was a compromise, and it was an accident. I feel like most of my life I've lived series of accidents, some incredibly lucky, like meeting my wife, or some less lucky because I had no choice in it. But as a four-year-old, I had already given up the violin because I didn't like it because it's screeched and so was given up for musically untalented. And I then was taken on a fateful day to see an extra-large double bass in the Paris Conservatory. I fell in love with it because it was big, and my parents didn't want to get me a double bass because I couldn't play a double bass, so we compromised on a cello, and I had to promise them I wasn't gonna switch again. So I played. I was told that I was good, and then was like okay so you must be a musician.