His "wow" was so authentic and spontaneous. I wouldn't want everyone to start saying gratuitous "wows." But I hear ya, it's nice to give the music played the appreciation it deserves.but perhaps we should have a “wow” every so often.
I thoroughly agree. It was special because of that. On hearing it, you can sense just how much the lad was affected. And, through him, it evidently affirmed expressed and enhanced the audience's experience too. For those of us not fortunate to be at the concert, it does not matter, as we can feel that we all shared a little in it, and know how it went in the heart-warming way he let us know.His "wow" was so authentic and spontaneous.