I am 82. I play the piano on memory only (I can't read music). Clair de Lune, Moonlight sonata, The Swan of Tuonela . . . . all the real music not simplified versions.
I've had a hernia burst out, and went to Leicester General (Monday). They have put me in the queue for attention. But my memory has suffered. I play a few bars then I can't get further. Loss of memory? Will it return? My piano is my life, I can play classical music anywhere (such as on St Pancras Station). Will it be permanent?) I have been testing my memory, and it hasn't come back . . . even though I am not in pain now.
Can you help me?