Inclusive instruments: Music-making for children with disabilities | ArtsProfessional

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***The Arts in Health Series: Adapting Instruments for Disabilities***

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              Music has such a powerful role to play in human development that the opportunity to play music should be available to everyone. Yesterday I shared the story of a flautist from Ohio who could not play the traditional flute after an accident; an adaptation to the flute made it possible. Today’s post introduces the One-Handed Musical Instruments Trust in the UK. For the past five years they have had an annual competition for the design of musical instruments that are adapted for use by those with a variety of disabilities.

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