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TEWKSBURY

This therapy is like music to their ears

By Joyce Pellino Crane
Globe Correspondent / May 6, 2004

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Joan's first musical composition debuted Saturday in the auditorium of Tewksbury Hospital. The blind 53-year-old, who has lived at the state hospital for 12 years, said a "very good worker" named Tod Machover helped her to create the computer-generated melody and harmony. The piece was played by the Lowell Philharmonic Orchestra to an audience of hospital patients, health care professionals, ... (Full Article: 951 Words)

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