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 Cari Amici ,

I do hope  that you are keeping safe and well as we bathe in sunshine at this strangest of times. I bashed saucepan lids and clapped wildly on Thursday last 
and then decided to play Somewhere over the Rainbow from my balcony to as much of Folkestone as possible! I made a little recording on my I phone next morning to send to you and other friends. I hope you enjoy and perhaps can sing along.
I wonder if you listened to St John yesterday in the recording of a concert given two years ago by John Butt directing Welsh National Orchestra and Chorus. Wonderful singing ...such an emotive Evangelist. I really liked the interview with John before the broadcast.
Wishing you a very happy Easter 
With all best wishes


International study on Singing and Parkinson’s published

A groundbreaking new international study on Singing and Parkinson’s has found that group singing enhances quality of life and mental health in older people. This paper explored whether there are differences in the effects of group singing intervention on people with Parkinson’s (PwPs) in Australia, UK and South Korea.

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