Clinicians and ethicists who study end-of-life issues can describe many deaths that are close to the opposite of what most of us would want. But here is a case that is close to the paradigm.
Jane Little, who spent her career with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, died after collapsing onstage during a performance by the orchestra in May. Ms. Little performed bass with the orchestra for 71 years, since 1945. She collapsed while playing “There’s No Business Like Show Business.”
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