[Update: Michael Monroe's Weingarten-inspired sonnets need to be reexamined.]
Composer Nico Muhly, whose blog is always fabulous reading, offers his critique of Gene Weingarten's Pulitzer Prize-winning story on onetime busker Joshua Bell.
What I love most about Muhly's critique is how he takes the writer to task not for his view of music, but for his writing. I don't happen to agree with Muhly. I'm a fan of Weingarten's work. But I appreciate his biting take.
Earlier: Nico on BSO's website.