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A new collection of pieces is now available. The music here is, perhaps, more traditional brought about through leaving academia but mainly through realising that culture had been gradually transformed through political means. Culture is downstream from politics so is effected by it. Sensing what was happening in the UK, as well as internationally, it was clear things had to change. But the process this musical transformation wasn't brought about artificially. It was a gradual and unconscious process. I'd meet people with similar views along the way such as Roger Scruton and Peter Davison who both helped immeasurably.

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