When Colbert saw a wish list of hundreds of teachers from his home state, he delivered.

Stephen Colbert became a hero of political satire for fans all over the country. But his latest act of badassery has made him a hero to a bunch of kids.

Stephen Colbert is a badass.

His show, "The Colbert Report," ran strong for nine years, earning him a pile of awards, a multi-generational cult following and the chance to take over "The Late Show" when David Letterman retired in 2015. Like I said, he's a badass.

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Itzhak Perlman is a virtuoso violinist with a distinct style of playing. As a child, he had polio so he plays the violin sitting down. Perlman has 15 Grammys and four Emmys and is widely considered to be one of the world's greatest living violinists.

One recent television appearance though did wonders for broadening his fan base. After playing on "The Colbert Report," thousands of viewers jumped online to find out more about the charismatic musician and liked him on Facebook. Of course he plays beautifully, but what's special about this video is that it reached and touched an audience who would never normally hear his work. That's the genius of Stephen Colbert and Itzhak Perlman. Enjoy!

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