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Thought: Music Can Be Like a Time Machine

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September 26, 2016 2:00 pm

So true. My wife, Sue, who suffered with early on-set Alzheimer's (passed in July 2015 – age 55) responded to music when nothing else. We played music all the time. It brought her peace and hopefully the comfort of better times.

RIP Sue – I love you,

B. Berger

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