Monthly Archives: December 2011

Martin Isepp, the music world’s great loss…

My dear friend and musical collaborator Martin Isepp died on Christmas Day.  He was 81.  Besides being an integral part of the musical fabric of Glyndebourne Opera from its early days through to its recent past, he was a great … Continue reading

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New Walking Oliver site rolls out in time for Christmas with a free song download

On a somewhat related note––quality music for children and family listening––my children’s music company, Walking Oliver is just rolling out its new site and featuring a new song as a free download.  Come along and get another helping of real … Continue reading

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Messiah has organ failure….

With the Christmas season upon us laughs become all the more necessary.  Have a listen.  A friend sent us this and it has kept me giggling. George Frideric doesn’t look amused, though.           [audio:http://www.lewesclassical.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/MessiahOrganistOnCrack.mp3|titles=Messiah with organ … Continue reading

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Paddock Singers sing in Christmas to full house

There’s that undefinable something that happens (or doesn’t happen) at some point every year that hits the heart and says to you, “Mmm, feels like Christmas.”  That happened for me and I suspect for many in the St John Sub … Continue reading

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