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Elda Lindquist plays the piano four or five times a day. A year ago, she retired after teaching hundreds of students.

Piano therapy

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The piano in Elda Lindquist's living room is more than an instrument. It's history. It's therapy. It's her childhood. It's a constant reminder of her mother's love and influence. And it's what made her the woman she is today - an accomplished musician who has instilled her love of music into hundreds of others.

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