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Stephen Hough
concert pianist, writer of words and music, governor of royal ballet companies, theology, art, poetry, perfume, puddings ...
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Stephen Hough 12h
Replying to @RwjJudge
I'm afraid they are fake - but real fake!
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Stephen Hough 13h
But the "few" can also mean the minority. Classical musicians need to be helped and encouraged too. And we're poorer than the rock stars!
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Stephen Hough 17h
Why are wigs curly?
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Stephen Hough 18h
Replying to @ThrillScience
I adore JYT. We hang when we can ... which is rarely, sadly.
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Stephen Hough 18h
Quick look and away, as if not seen. Look of astonishment or pity. Amused glance: "go for it". Heavy cruise from the man in leather.
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Stephen Hough 18h
Replying to @ArchbishopMark
I just thought it was an exceptionally short story
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Stephen Hough 18h
Replying to @ArchbishopMark
I might need more than that. Although it's a good start :-)
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Stephen Hough 18h
I think there's a short story lurking between the pages
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Stephen Hough 18h
I'm sitting outside at a cafe watching people pass and watching who looks down at the pink socks. Interesting mix of expressions.
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Stephen Hough 18h
Not sure these socks are right for the formal meeting I'm about to attend
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Stephen Hough 23h
That's very nice! Thanks Sarah
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Stephen Hough May 21
Home and now homos: excited to see exhibition on
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Jay Rayner May 21
Your Sunday morning dose of brutal realism: how the hell will Britain feed itself post-brexit? By me.
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Bauhaus Movement May 20
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Stephen Hough May 20
Replying to @jacquesnancy
Thank you so much. And what a glorious hall. I loved playing there!
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Stephen Hough May 20
Replying to @jacquesnancy
Das Abends by Schumann
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Stephen Hough May 20
Replying to @mcclatch
I think he struggled with many things - not least sexuality. And living in the church of Pius IX would be a problem for any RC today.
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Stephen Hough May 20
Faber was comfortable of course, but he started from a more low-church background.
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Stephen Hough May 20
Replying to @mcclatch
Yet he brought his own private judgement to the table. He was never 'comfortable' in Rome even if he believed he had to be there. GKC too
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Stephen Hough May 20
Replying to @mcclatch
many other names of course - Hopkins, even Manning in a way who continued to use his wife's prayer book. Vat II is Reformation fulfilled
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