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4 February 1982
The Tongs and the Bones: The Memoirs of Lord Harewood 
Weidenfeld, 334 pp., £9.95, October 1981, 0 297 77960 5Show More
Putting the Record Straight: The Autobiography of John​ Culshaw 
Secker, 362 pp., £8.50, November 1981, 0 436 11802 5Show More
Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, Mastersinger: A Documented Study 
by Kenneth Whitton.
Oswald Wolff, 342 pp., £15, December 1981, 0 85496 405 3
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... No member of the nobility mentioned in this book seems to have evinced a remotely comparable mental development. Where Harewood seems a born professional musician, self-bred as an amateur, the late JohnCulshaw was the born musical amateur, whose eventual breeding was to become ever more professional. In 1967, his last year as a gramophonist and the projected last of his unfinished memoirs, he was ...

At Tate Britain

David Craig: Mountain Art

25 April 2002
... did, that the Earth was God’s creation and that its bones, its visible crust, were ‘a Book of Revelations in the rock-leaved Bible of geology’. Those were the words of the pioneering geologist John Wesley Powell, who led the first expedition through the Grand Canyon in 1873. Thomas Moran, an experienced painter from Philadelphia, travelled with Powell, and had been to Wyoming and Montana with ...

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