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Tackling the Bane of Musicians’ Existence: Focal Dystonia

Imagine you’re a world-famous pianist like Leon Fleisher and you’re about to play the first-movement cadenza from Beethoven’s Fourth Concerto, a passage you’ve played hundreds of times. Suddenly and inexplicably, your fingers aren’t responding properly to the messages sent by the brain and the endless hours spent building muscle memory.


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