Music career ambition survives student's amputation

April 19, 2015 5:01 AM

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As Megan Ritzi played her way through a tricky series of notes during her clarinet lesson, she needed to relax, to get comfortable with breathing and playing in rhythm with the demanding beat of the metronome.

"When you have it on, it pulls on the real part of the leg and it starts to hurt on the bottom of the leg," Ritzi told the Waco Tribune-Herald (http://bit.ly/1CMleCi) later, showing off the silicone attachment on her knee that screws into the artificial limb.

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