Wetnesday Blues 

Thought it was about time for a blues, and even though today was anything but wet - another glorious day - there have been some wet wednesdays recently, and blues have to be about misery, not joy! [discuss]


Go placidly amid the noise and haste... If there was one good thing to come out of the pandemic for me it was the restoration of a sense of calm (even though people were far from calm). The roads were…

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Happy Valley 

For those of you who know the countryside around Arundel and its environs you'll no doubt be familiar with Happy Valley, tucked behind Warningcamp on the Angmering Park Estate. It's a beautiful space, very peaceful and panoramic, you feel like…

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Spring Is In The Air 

Well, obviously it isn't, and yet, the weather has turned so sunny and pleasant that you'd be mistaken for thinking Spring was on the way and we'd fast forwarded past all that Autumn and Winter weather we're due soon.


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Full Immersion 

Here's another in the series of solo piano pieces. I think this is actually my favourite piece. Lots of space - play it late at night, shut out all other distractions and immerse yourself fully in the sound. Works for…

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Clare de Lune 

Nothing to do with Debussy I'm afraid, other than that I do rather like Debussy as it happens. In fact, all of those French Impressionists are right up my street. So maybe this piece has a little to do with…

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It may surprise you to learn that my son, Taylor, was recently ordained as a priest in the Church of England. This is a piece I wrote when we got back from a weekend attending the ordination, both of Taylor…

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