I've just finished working through this important book. It has helped me to recognise and take responsibility for my own failings; I believe it has also started me on a path to being a better human. I whole-heartedly recommend it and invite suggestions for further work. #BLM
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Morning 😍 back to work on one of my favourite pieces - although disastrously I’ve just realised I left my favourite pencil in Leeds! It may sound silly but the perfect pencil for writing in tiny registrations is like gold dust...T
Currently reading Gerald Moore's witty and engaging autobiography "Am I Too Loud" and his account of working as a cinema organist made me think of @annalapwood. "You cannot go wrong with the tremolo and the vox humana."
Erica discovered this amazing set of little pieces by Russian composer Stefaniya Zaranek just about a month ago and instantly fell in love with them. Here's a taste with her "Chanson." Be sure to click on the link to hear 3 other pieces from the set.
Would your church or cathedral like to purchase our Anthology volumes, but cannot due to money worries? If so, please email [email protected] so your name can be passed to a potential sponsor who might be willing to assist. Please RT!