Posts Tagged “tone deaf pianists”

How six good notes saved WW2

By |

How six good notes saved WW2

This story, which spans almost seventy years, starts in the late 1940s when my wife Rohan was still a New Zealand toddler. Before she left for England aged three, she had two favourite babysitters, Ted and Margaret. Both were music students and, as it transpires, both shared a happy disregard for the perfectly-tuned piano. Fast…

Read more »