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Jazz, dementia, and moments of meeting

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Playful jazz improvisations and singing continue in creating the gift of emotional connection in a family living with Alzheimer's. Sharing their poignant reflections provides a personal account of the centrality of music in reaching each other at a feeling level throughout the course of their lives. The recognition of music as a powerful and creative force for all of us, particularly when there is a dementia diagnosis, is explored.


Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: March 1, 2020

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