Monthly Archives: April 2008

Rendezvous in Prague

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Just back from beautiful Prague, a flying visit to play for Daria Klimentová and Arionel Vargas in Wayne Eagling’s Duet for the 15th anniversary of the Philip Morris Ballet Flower Award gala (called, appropriately, ‘Rendezvous in Prague’ – which is … Continue reading

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Measuring out my life with coffee-spoons

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I’ve always liked the line ‘I have measured out my life with coffee spoons’ from Prufrock, even though I’ve not a clue what it means. I think it’s probably not supposed to be a very positive thought, but since I … Continue reading

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Sometimes it snows in April

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…so the Prince song goes. And he’s right. It did today, and how (well, by London standards anyway). Here’s some pics of Tooting Common in the snow.

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Rhythm and ‘rhythm’

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Funny how you can be blinded by your own prejudices. I’m afraid I probably am the kind of person who says “I don’t use that button”, pointing to the drum rhythm pattern selector on my electronic keyboard. What a dumbo. … Continue reading

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TFL cycle maps

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I’ve recently become a fan of the TFL cycle routes page, where you just put in a couple of postcodes or locations, and let the website draw your route for you in a series of maps & descriptions. The one … Continue reading

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