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For First Time in 35 Years, Pianist with Dementia Forms New Band

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A 93-year-old jazz pianist suffering from dementia and depression was given a new lease of life when his care home discovered his talent.


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  • Reunited: A Short Film about Music and the Human Spirit
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Karen
Karen
2 years ago

Lovely story but what a huge shame that you put music over Ed's playing! I'm not sure we heard a note. Sadly this film was more about the narrator than Ed.

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