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When I was at (convent :roll: ) school, as we filed in and out of assembly each day, there would be a piece of classical music playing and the name of the piece and its composer would be displayed on a stand on the stage.

Obviously in our teens, we were never particularly interested :roll: However, many years later, I really appreciate the almost subliminal knowledge of classical music that I gained in this way and now recognise many fairly obscure pieces ........ I suppose six years of brainwashing pays dividends at some point!

My favourites are Grieg's 'Peer Gynt' and Holst's 'Planets'

Not quite classical (but based on manuscripts of poems found in the early 1800's), I also love Carl Orff's 'Carmina Burana' cantata.

In fact, this has inspired me have a cultural day!

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cheers susie,

Bernstein was not well known for his interpretations of Vaughan Williams but his versions of the fourth symphony (nice and loud!) and the tallis fantasia (musical heaven) are second to none.

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