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Interviewed by Marcia Weber

It is wonderful to be able to hop across to Germany without leaving my own armchair here in France. Answering Marcia Weber’s questions made me think about The Troubadours Quartet in the light of the recent tragic events in Paris, which have sent shockwaves across France. I find familiar patterns in the 12th century and not all depressing; friendships and business survived the barriers of faith and nationality, even in those days. Here’s the interview

2 comments

  1. Please check the link to the Marcia Weber interview…it goes to about:blank but then nothing happens. Thanks.

    Comment by Kim Haynes on January 25, 2016 at 8:03 pm
  2. Thanks, Kim – should be sorted now.

    Comment by Jean Gill on January 25, 2016 at 8:48 pm




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