Music under the black cloud


This was the view from our garden in Norfolk, UK this morning. Acts of God can bring benefits. We are at Orlando Jopling's concert of the Bach Cello Suites at St Mary's Church, Redgrave this evening. The church is in deepest rural Suffolk, a beautiful area but one where the silence can be disturbed by low flying jets from the nearby airforce bases. Problem solved.

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