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As ever, the range of repertoire - played from memory - and the complete dynamism of John Lill delighted in his recital at @ThaxtedFestival— THE AGENT APSLEY (@THEAGENTAPSLEY) June 25, 2017
Opening with Mozart, gracious playing and almost daring gentility (or fragility) - with the repeats, K. 332 claimed Schubertian proportions. https://t.co/4pZtBXgXmD— THE AGENT APSLEY (@THEAGENTAPSLEY) June 26, 2017
* The title of a song, by Jacqui Dankworth, from her album Detour Ahead in 2004. In a review in The Guardian (where it was Jazz CD of the Week on 30 May), the song is described thus :
She imparts a mesmeric stillness to her own piece 'Time Takes its Time', and her straightforward 'On the Street Where You Live' is the best jazz version I have heard.
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Unless stated otherwise, all films reviewed were screened at Festival Central (Arts Picturehouse, Cambridge)