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Bach Cello Suites CD

I’ve just completed a cd of Bach’s first and third unaccompanied cello suites which is due to be released in July. These two suites are both very positive and sunny in mood and have been a joy to work on – most of the time anyway… I think this music is wonderfully relaxing to listen […]

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Fedora Strings’ Concert at Wadenhoe Church in Northamptonshire

Last week Roger and I gave a recital at Wadenhoe Church, near Oundle.We chose and introduced a programme of our own arrangements of duo music ranging from Mozart and Boccherini to Cole Porter and Gershwin, and included John Rutter’s royal wedding commission This Is The Day as we’d been asked to play something connected to […]

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Wedding ceremonies and receptions in Peterborough and Northamptonshire: St Michael and All Angels, Wadenhoe

St Michael and All Angels at Wadenhoe fulfils my most romantic ideals of what a church should be: it’s always open, quite remote, a place you can turn to for succour, fairly small and has a true sense of calm . I love this church’s serenity, its lonely – almost precarious – siting at the […]

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