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kleines c
« on: January 09, 2013, 12:21:48 pm »

I do have a problem with this particular forum, Neil, so I thought that the best thing would be if I was totally upfront about it, and then the whole membership can comment as they see fit!

I am no musician, Sydney Grew.  The reason we first met, online, was because we all listen to BBC Radio 3, on occasion, and I found my way on to the original BBC message boards to comment about the 2004 Proms.  I was rather intrigued by some of the reactions.  I did not even do Music at school to GCSE level (although I did go to a very musical school).  I even have a terrible singing voice, so I am no tenor nor bass C (German - kleines).

By academic training, I am educated to an extremely high level, but as a natural scientist rather than in the arts, although I obviously have a keen social interest in music, the wider arts and culture in general.  Professionally, I could not be further removed!

The kinds of subject that I can talk about with any authority are precisely the kinds of subject in which you would all be least interested.  In all humility, therefore, I suspect that it is probably better if I do not waste your time here.  Nevertheless, I should like to take this opportunity to wish you all well!  Happy New Year to you all! c.
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