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Dr. Douglas Chadwick's Classical Moment

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Dr. Doug caring for a young patient in an orphanage in Uganda in 2004.

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It was way back in 1952, when I was in college starting pre-med studies, that a kind doctor there, who much earlier was an assistant to Albert Schweitzer in Africa, played for me, first a recording of Schweitzer performing on the organ J.S. Bach's "Little Fugue in G," then, on his grand piano carefully picking out the individual voices for my to-be-awakened mind. Thus started a life-long love for Bach's majestic music.

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