“Soldiers of the First World War subverted contemporary tunes to produce a potent mix of stoicism, humour, irony and ribaldry to counteract the reality of life in the trenches.” To the melody of When You Wore a Tulip, they sang: I wore a tunic… I wore a tunic, a lousy khaki tunic, And you wore […]Read more "The power of music helped First World War soldiers to carry-on"
“If there’s a golf course in heaven, I hope it’s like Augusta National. I just don’t want an early tee time,” said golfer Gary Player. With props to Mr. Player, if there’s a choir in heaven, we hope it sounds like The Choir of St. George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle. You may of heard them if […]Read more "Relish the Royal Resonance"