Wife"s fury as musician with dementia is given cheap 99 plastic piano to play in his care home

Care home gives concert pianist kid's keyboard to play with: Wife's fury as leading musician fights to fend off dementia Raymond Banning is a former Professor of Piano at Trinity College of Music and has performed around the worldThe musician has two grand pianos worth 30,000 in his home – but was given a 99 plastic keyboard to playHis wife Lorraine says 'it's an insult' as she fights to have him brought backMr Banning has Pick's disease, which is similar to Alzheimer's and needs 24 hour careNHS bosses will decide this week whether he can be sent home | UPDATED: 13:14 GMT, 25 June 2012 A leading concert pianist with a rare form of dementia has been given a cheap plastic keyboard to play on in his care home.