Category Archives: Bach

More Lowlands

Sometimes YouTube suggestions are hopeless, and sometimes they are spot on.  Here is one of the latter: It seems that Ali Darragh is yet to be deemed Wiki-worthy, but there is a good article about her here. That link led … Continue reading

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Okenyo

Zindzi Okenyo is an Australian actor and singer. Here is her latest video, directed by my daughter:

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Jørn Utzon and David Moore

Tomorrow (9th April 2018) is the centenary of the birth of Jørn Utzon, the architect of the Sydney Opera House, which is celebrated in an article at the Sydney-Morning Herald. The article quotes a grand-son of Utson, Mika Utzon Popov, … Continue reading

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Two sources of perpetual motion

The buttered cat phenomenon: The pulling-yourself-up-by-your-boot-straps technique:

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Seven -Up

A very nice version of John Renbourn’s “Seven Up” recently discovered on You Tube:   … which led me to another piece by the same artist: … and a live version of Sweet Potato by Renbourn himself.  

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Year 10 Report

Last years’ statistics for this blog are now uploaded to Onedrive, and since this is now 10 years since the blog started, I have also included statistics since the start. The link to each post is preserved in the spreadsheet, … Continue reading

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More on building bridges, not walls

In June last year I posted a link to a Jeremy Corbyn speech on the topic of building bridges, not walls. Here are a couple of (more poetic) links on the same topic. The first is from Anaïs Mitchell.  This … Continue reading

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