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Michelle Sep 12
So happy to see the last night of the proms. It’s like a breath of fresh air in this desert of 2020
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Jon Smalldon Sep 12
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Sweary πŸ‡ͺπŸ‡ΊπŸ‡¬πŸ‡§ #rejoin Sep 12
I’m not coping with this re-working
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Ben Houston Sep 12
What an awful awful version of Jerusalem
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Phil I'Anson Sep 12
Rewriting Jerusalem. What could go wrong?!
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Nigel Smethurst - Ageing Art Student, Rejoiner Sep 12
"May she defend our laws..."
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πš πš‘πšŠπš 𝚠𝚊𝚜 πš’πš πš–πšžπšŽπšœπš•πš’ Sep 12
β€˜Reimagined’.
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Liam Morton Sep 12
OMG! There butchering Jerusalem! The BBC at it again!
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Aaron Brown Sep 12
Well I think we can agree there was neither any need to "reimagine" Jerusalem, nor should it have been. Horrendous.
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karmca Sep 12
This new arrangement of Jerusalem is awful.
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denises_tweet Sep 12
Breaking news ...woman wearing what I can only describe as a dining room curtain absolutely murders Jerusalem
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Stephen Clarke Sep 12
Only the could commission this Jerusalem. What an unholy racket.
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Mike Sep 12
Jerusalem butchered on the Proms 😑😑😑
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Bryce Bealey Sep 12
This is butchery...
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Heather Young Sep 12
Dear Lord, this is the improvised jazz version on Jerusalem. Absolutely dreadful.
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Erik Winther Paisley Sep 12
I'm sorry WHAT is this arrangement. This is a mess.
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Hammer Sep 12
What in the name of all that is holy is this! Jerusalem β€œreimagined”* *Ruined
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Rob Keeley Sep 12
Was enjoying until a minute ago. The whole reason works is its positive note - you can't introduce melancholia. Can no one leave anything alone these days?
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JHSEur Sep 18
patient satisfaction after treatment of distal radius in older -reported
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Brocha Stern, PhD, OT Sep 17
Some cautions and recommendations around reporting and interpreting in orthopedics based on a systematic review.
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