A growing number of people, especially children, with sight impairments are learning piano. But they face challenges that teachers and parents are working to overcome, Fang Aiqing reports.
Liu Hao’s fingers danced across the keyboard in a way that an audience would never guess he has a sight impairment.
His body swung with the melody as a flurry of fingers stormed across the ivories, creating a blizzard of notes.
The 17-year-old was immersed in the serene world of Ricordanza (Andamtino) created by Franz Liszt nearly 200 years ago.
It took him two days to learn the transcendental etude.
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