At first glance, she was elderly and delicate – a woman in her 90s with a declining memory. But then she sat down at the piano to play.
“Everybody in the room was totally startled,” says Eleanor Selfridge-Field, who researches music and symbols at Stanford University. “She looked so frail. Once she sat down at the piano, she just wasn’t frail at all. She was full of verve.”
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