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Man with Dementia Inspires the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra

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It started with just four notes. Paul Harvey, who’s 80 and has dementia, improvised a tune that went viral online. After taking to the radio waves, the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra picked it up. Watch (and listen) where it went from there!

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December 6, 2020 7:02 pm

I have early onset dementia and this brilliant piece of music has made my day and has filled me with joy God bless you Paul FANTASTIC.

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