Piano playing struck a heartfelt chord
We all have different memories of friends and family who have died, such as their smiles and mannerisms, but I particularly remember their hands. This was suddenly brought home to me recently when my grandson, who hates playing the piano when anyone is listening, kindly agreed to play for us. It was delightful but I had a huge shock when I realised it was like looking at my father’s hands! He died in 1964 and had never met his grandchildren or great-grandchildren, but the happy memories of his hands on the keyboard were brought back vividly to me when his great-grandson played. I was really thrilled that my father’s hands had been inherited three generations later.
Beryl Masters, Essex
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