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The World's Greatest Music
Take a look at some of the pieces of music composed and performed in the face of adversity and disability.
Wonder-cellist Jacqueline du Pré is well known for her performance of Elgar's cello concerto. She started to lose sensitivity in her fingers in 1971 due to multiple sclerosis, but continued her performance career in spite of this for a further two years.
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