02 Jun

One only has to look briefly at today’s world news to recognize that most of us are extremely fortunate to be living the way we do, and that each calamity, both man-made or otherwise, brings with it its own story.  I make no claim here about the level of importance  of the current spate of earthquakes in northern Italy.  Having recently spent a few glorious days there in the spring, however, I can but feel a small part of the reality of the tragedy of the region.  Modena today is like a ghost-town;  hospital staff are being obliged to work in half-strength facilities. Buildings have been demolished;  people are living on a knife-edge, wondering when the next shock will arrive.

I hope our “Modena in the Spring” trilogy (below) – recorded with my friend and colleague, Nigel Roebuck, before the quakes – provides at least some of the flavour of…

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