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Clive Robbins, 84, developer of music therapy method

Mr. Robbins, who continued to treat patients almost until the end of his life, lived with tinnitus, an occupational hazard. Mr. Robbins, who continued to treat patients almost until the end of his life, lived with tinnitus, an occupational hazard. (tim farrell/new york times/file 2009)
By Margalit Fox
New York Times / December 14, 2011
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Clive Robbins, a developer of an influential brand of music therapy designed to help people with various disabilities meet the physical, mental, and social challenges that are facts of everyday life, died last Wednesday at his home in Jersey City. He was 84.

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