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Haute cuisine- Cucina francese

(EN)Plat du jour : bouillabaisse recipe….a tasty song ;-)
(The original taste must be in french,in my opinion…not in english or italian)
(IT)Piatto del giorno: ricetta della bouillabaisse…una canzone gustosa ;-) 15 more words

Drops- Gocce

Monday, January 26th

string quartet festival (day one)

Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827), String Quartet No. 14 (Op. 131, C-sharp minor), 1826

Alban Berg Quartet, live, Vienna, 1989

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Music Clip Of The Day

Arrowleaf Violet

Viola sagittata, the Arrowleaf Violet, named for their arrow-shape (sagittate) leaves. They are a hardy native wildflower that grows in a wide variety of soils, including dry and sandy meadows, woods, and the edges of wetlands. 11 more words

Roelof Weertman's 1972 Viola

In December, my viola developed several open seams, causing it to buzz loudly.  Two hours from any luthier, and deep into the end-of-the-semester crush of performances and juries, one of my good friends generously loaned me her viola. 1,161 more words


From the masterclass with Krysia Osostowicz

Our thanks to Mr. Boardman for the photographs.

The masterclass is presented jointly with King Edward VI High School for Girls

King Edward's School

You Are Not Alone

The desperate need today is not for a great number of intelligent people,
or gifted people, but for deep people. ~ Richard Foster

*We have grown tired of the media routinely characterizing “evangelicals” as if we were all part of “the Christian Right.” 697 more words


February Half-Term Workshop - Participants Sought

We are organising our next lot of half term music workshops which will take place at St Nicholas Church, Corfe Mullen on Wednesday 18th February 2015.   173 more words