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Chopin – Prelude in E Minor (Op. 28 No. 4) 0

Chopin – Prelude in E Minor (Op. 28 No. 4)

First heard in the film Florence Foster Jenkins (2016) de Stephen Frears starring Meryl Streep and Hugh Grant. Pianist: Rousseau YouTube. Chopin’s most melancholic prelude, which by his own request was played at his...

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How fragile we are – Annie Lennox

Annie Lennox surprises Sting at the Polar Music Prize 2017 “If blood will flow when flesh and steel are one Drying in the color of the evening sun Tomorrow’s rain will wash the stains...

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Lost on you

S’investir cœur et âme sur quelqu’un mais en pure perte. Sour souvenirs but great lyrics! (Souvenirs de M. Découvert grâce à Jeanne FB) LP – Lost On You. 💕 When you get older, plainer,...

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Brexit : perfect analysis

The Commons knows full well its duty, to act in the national interest. Unlike Cameron, May or Johnson who only put the future of their war torn party as their highest priority. Lets not...

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Losing someone we love -Thay

When we lose someone we love – we should remember that the person has not become nothing. . Something cannot become nothing, nothing cannot become something. . Matter cannot be destroyed – it becomes...

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Thich Nhat Hanh turns 93

Dear Beloved Community, We are very happy to share that today Thay has been celebrating his 93rd birthday at Từ Hiếu Temple in Huế, Vietnam, his “Root Temple” where he first entered the monkhood...

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Insult

Former Conservative MP Sir Nicholas Soames on the Leader of the House Jacob Rees Mogg, as reported in The Times : “An absolute fraud, a living example of what a moderately cut double-breasted suit...

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Stop the coup – Guardian

A civil war state of mind now threatens our democracy by Polly Toynbee An “outrage”, a “coup”, an “abomination”, a country tumbling into “failed state status”, Britain a “banana republic”, Boris Johnson a “dictator”....