If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it!
The great composer Igor Stravinsky once wrote the music for a ballet.
According to one story, after the ballet opened, a dancer sent Stravinsky a telegram
… “Ballet great success, but if you would allow the violin to play the solo instead of the trumpet it would be a triumph.”
Stravinsky, known for a dry sense of humor, cabled back
… “Satisfied with great success.”