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Matthew Parris

What does it mean to be ‘moved’ by something?

24 November 2018

9:00 AM

24 November 2018

9:00 AM

Catching a train last week at London’s St Pancras I encountered a man playing a piano. You can do this at St Pancras: there’s an old Yamaha chained to the ironwork just by the lift serving the upper platforms for Sheffield and Nottingham. The instrument is somewhat out of tune but serviceable, and placed there for anyone who wants to play.

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