It's an ill wind that blows good music


Civil unrest in England has sent a lot of new readers On An Overgrown Path after googling the 1958 Notting Hill riots. Hopefully some will buy Tod Handley's CD of Malcolm Arnold's Fourth Symphony. Because that wonderfully inclusive music features in the 2008 article they land on.

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