Monthly Archives: October 2006

Blue skies smiling at me

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An incredible blue sky over Tooting this afternoon at about 3.30.

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When the deep purple falls

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‘Dappled light’ and the thing it refers to is one of my favourite words, and so I’m never happier than this time of year when you see light like the picture on the left, which is of Holy Trinity, Upper … Continue reading

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Kitten on the Keys

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I swear to God I didn’t set this shot up. As I was sorting out some music, I came across the famous Kitten on the Keys by Zez Confrey, and thought I’d play through it for fun. The minute I … Continue reading Continue reading

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Young classical choreographers

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As some of my dancing friends reach their early thirties, I often wonder at what point the press will cease to call them ‘young’ or ‘upcoming’. But I’ve discovered that if you want the secret of eternal youth, subscribe to … Continue reading Continue reading

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Exclusive claptrap

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Let us rebel against poisonous academics and their preposterous claptrap of exclusion is an article by Robert Fisk about the way academics litter their disciplines with language that serves to mystify rather than clarify anything to anyone. I know what … Continue reading

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