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lynny
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https://twitter.com/mrnickharvey/status ... 5255749632

I saw this on twitter and cannot stop playing it. So beautiful.

How important music is to the ageing mind.

Tap for sound I think. I hope you can watch it and enjoy it as much as I do

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I dream, therefore I am.

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Thank you Lynny, that was lovely!
Music is great for the nerves in this nasty time.
I feel so sorry for people who are into dementia. You slowly become someone else.
I have had friends who were very close, and then you ring them, and they don't know who you are.
My sister-in-law was a victim as well.

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He can't be said to have pianist's fingers, that's for sure. Good one, lynny.

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The BBC Philharmonic Orchestra are going to record it apparently and his son says he will sell the recording with all the proceeds going to a dementia fund.
Needless to say I shall be buying it! :happy-sunshine:

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