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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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Will Honeycomb 13h
And to think that the BBC almost didn't commission it
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Steven Isserlis Aug 27
Nice fact: Carlos Kleiber was a huge fan of Fawlty Towers. Amazed to discover Andrew Sachs wasn't Spanish, he wrote him a fan letter.
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Alan Chapman Aug 26
plays Saint-Saëns' First Piano Concerto on Requests at Noon (PT) .
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Stephen Hough Aug 26
Yes, the pedal but nothing else. The rest improvisation!
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Stephen Hough Aug 25
That's Glasgow isn't it! But not me cooking :-)
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Stephen Hough Aug 25
The sea is certainly chilly in Hobart!
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Stephen Hough Aug 24
Napoleon the Great is extremely good
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Stephen Hough Aug 24
This is working well with the nuts
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Stephen Hough Aug 24
The waiter at this Argentinean restaurant has just laid before me a dish of extremely large nuts.
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Stephen Hough Aug 23
I really enjoyed it - thanks Christopher!
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Stephen Hough Aug 22
Oooh!
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Stephen Hough Aug 22
Just a splash for me ...
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Christopher Lawrence Aug 22
This afternoon I am having tea with in front of 60 people. Which one of them will pour the milk?
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Stephen Hough Aug 22
Wish you were here too, Tim!
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Stephen Hough Aug 22
No - it should have gone on the French Album really!
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Stephen Hough Aug 22
Thanks Philip!
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Stephen Hough Aug 21
How did you guess? :-)
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Stephen Hough Aug 21
The extraordinary labyrinth which is MONA
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Stephen Hough Aug 21
as photogenic as could be. Totally modern, as in every step a new distraction. I love it, yet I'm suspicious.
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Stephen Hough Aug 21
I don't think it matters really - not Schirmer because Percy Grainger. Too invasive
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