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What a beautiful film.

imagesIf you’ve not seen it, do.  It truly is moving but also incredibly uplifting.  I saw it with my Godmother and a cousin of hers.  We laughed and I might have even shed a little tear.  How fabulous to think that a nursing home could be somewhere that is peppered with the sounds of people singing, playing, laughing and participating.  Shared passions through music that mean the older generation in the nursing home forget that they’re in their twilight years as they are immersed in music.  I know Mum would have loved to have reached an age where she was going into a nursing home if it was to be like this.


*** Now to find the perfect recording of Verdi’s Rigoletto…

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