Ashes to Ashes

by Sheldon As the world goes mad and Summer has made way for Autumn, on a rare day off I decided to have a stroll around North London, in a haven of peace and tranquility. And it wasn’t around a Cemetery. I know, I know. Considering that 75% of us decide to be cremated nowadays, […]

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The Strangest of Resting Places

A once household name whose works were considered as mighty as those written by Handel, his catalogue is now little known. He was admired by the likes of Gilbert, Stanford and US President Theodore Roosevelt and whereas many of his contemporaries lie in Cathedrals or Abbeys, ‘the Black Dvorak’ lies in a plain cemetery in […]

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