Transcript for Grandmother with dementia inspires with piano playing
- Finally tonight, America Strong, the grandmother at the piano. Tonight in Buzzards Bay Massachusetts, 95-year-old Elaine Lebar. She's been battling dementia for 15 years. Her family telling us she is slipping away with this disease. But when she sits at the piano, well, just watch when her daughter Randy requests a song.
- You want me to play it?
DAVID MUIR: Asking for Beethoven's "Moonlight Sonata," Elaine, unsure at first, saying she doesn't know it.
- I don't know it.
RANDY: That's fine.
[PLAYS BEETHOVEN'S "MOONLIGHT SONATA"]
DAVID MUIR: Her daughter telling us they are sharing these videos to spread awareness on dementia education and music therapy. Elaine, playing every day at Keystone Place Senior Living Community. Playing Chopin's "Minute Waltz."
[PLAYS FREDERIC CHOPIN'S "MINUTE WALTZ"]
There's "Getting To Know You."
[PLAYS "GETTING TO KNOW YOU"]
And, "I Could Have Danced All Night."
[INAUDIBLE] here tonight.
- Hi, David.
DAVID MUIR: Elaine and her daughter and her performance for all of you at home.
- Maybe you can play some Mozart.
DAVID MUIR: Elaine's proud daughter Randy.
RANDY: I've heard from people all over the world that she's made an impact on, and it's been an amazing experience for all of us. Tonight, Elaine the piano player and the power of music.
- Yay! That was lovely. Let's say goodbye.
- Thank you.
- Goodbye, Elaine. Your music is beautiful. Keep playing.
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