Off the Record, Vol. 13-562

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“The last day and a half of his life were filled with music that comforted us all — the nurses arranged for a harpist to play at his bedside in the ICU, and later, when he was moved to a hospice room, we all plugged in our mp3 players and took turns filling the room with music that had been important in our lives. It was the Bach cello suites that accompanied my dad on his journey from this world to the next.”

The original article was published by atU2.com on April 14, 2013. Read the full version here.

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