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Musicians of Ma’alwyck to feature works by hearing-impaired

Richard Einhorn
Richard Einhorn
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The birds chirping, the wind sighing through the trees, or a baby’s cry are sounds most people take for granted. But for people who are deaf, these sounds are missed. For a composer, a loss of hearing is even more devastating. “It’s a terrible thing,” said composer Richard Einhorn, who lost most of his hearing four years ago. “Deafness separates you from people. It’s a struggle in a real physical way to speak, to participate ...


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