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Light filtered into the Clearwater home and danced on ivory keys that once traveled around the world sharing the gift of music.
The 7-foot Baldwin grand piano sat untouched and silent.
"It wasn't right just sitting there not being played," admitted Hal Vincent, a master musician who has played in major cities throughout North America and Europe.
The problem started earlier this year when Vincent had a bad bout with his emphysema and a negative reaction to antibiotics that were prescribed to him. Still struggling to regain his health, the musician now uses a wheelchair or cane to get around.
"I can't sit at the piano to play any longer," sighed the musician, who had played for nearly 40 years.
"It was one of the first 7-foot grand pianos that Baldwin made," said Vincent with pride. "And it's definitely one of the …