One-Handed Violinist Helps The Disabled Make Music

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    This is a heartwarming story about an educator who helps children with disabilities play music assisted by  technology.  Not only that, Adrian Anantawan is a world-class violinist even though he was born without a right hand.  He has played for Pope John Paul II, the Dalai Lama and  for Christopher Reeve.  CNN.com has the complete story.  Read more:

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