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Durham for Corbyn, 2019 Durham Miners Gala, band and the balcony of the County Hotel - Mark Pinder - 13-07-2019
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13-07-2019 Durham for Corbyn, 2019 Durham Miners Gala, band and the balcony of the County Hotel © Mark Pinder
Cincinnati, Ohio: Wagon owned by underground railroad conductor Levi Coffin, had a false bottom to hide escaping slaves. The National Underground Railroad Freedom Center museum of the history of slave... - Jim West - 17-01-2017
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17-01-2017 Cincinnati, Ohio: Wagon owned by underground railroad conductor Levi Coffin, had a false bottom to hide escaping slaves. The National Underground Railroad Freedom Center museum of the history of slave... © Jim West
Las Vegas, Nevada, Disabled in a a music program by the nonprofit Opportunity Village. - Jim West - 30-06-2016
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30-06-2016 Las Vegas, Nevada, Disabled in a a music program by the nonprofit Opportunity Village. © Jim West
Half-term community music project at the Stowe Youth Club, part of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra's Resound outreach programme, in partnership with the Paddington Development Trust. - Philip Wolmuth - 21-02-2013
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21-02-2013 Half-term community music project at the Stowe Youth Club, part of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra's Resound outreach programme, in partnership with the Paddington Development Trust. © Philip Wolmuth
Musicians playing in the Cabrillo College Orchestra. VAPA, California - David Bacon - 13-05-2012
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13-05-2012 Musicians playing in the Cabrillo College Orchestra. VAPA, California © David Bacon
Fork lightning strikes Barclays Bank building. Canary Wharf, London Docklands. - Jess Hurd - 23-04-2011
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23-04-2011 Fork lightning strikes Barclays Bank building. Canary Wharf, London Docklands. © Jess Hurd
Fork lightning strikes HSBC. Canary Wharf, London Docklands. - Jess Hurd - 23-04-2011
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23-04-2011 Fork lightning strikes HSBC. Canary Wharf, London Docklands. © Jess Hurd
The Western Bandstand in Brighton sees its first public performance since 1974 after extensive renovation to the Grade II Victorian Bandstand originally completed in 1884. Brighton, UK 2009 - Howard Davies - 24-07-2009
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24-07-2009 The Western Bandstand in Brighton sees its first public performance since 1974 after extensive renovation to the Grade II Victorian Bandstand originally completed in 1884. Brighton, UK 2009 © Howard Davies
The Western Bandstand in Brighton sees its first public performance since 1974 after extensive renovation to the Grade II Victorian Bandstand originally completed in 1884. Brighton, UK 2009 - Howard Davies - 24-07-2009
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24-07-2009 The Western Bandstand in Brighton sees its first public performance since 1974 after extensive renovation to the Grade II Victorian Bandstand originally completed in 1884. Brighton, UK 2009 © Howard Davies
The Western Bandstand in Brighton sees its first public performance since 1974 after extensive renovation to the Grade II Victorian Bandstand originally completed in 1884. Brighton, UK 2009 - Howard Davies - 24-07-2009
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24-07-2009 The Western Bandstand in Brighton sees its first public performance since 1974 after extensive renovation to the Grade II Victorian Bandstand originally completed in 1884. Brighton, UK 2009 © Howard Davies
The Western Bandstand in Brighton sees its first public performance since 1974 after extensive renovation to the Grade II Victorian Bandstand originally completed in 1884. Brighton, UK 2009 - Howard Davies - 24-07-2009
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24-07-2009 The Western Bandstand in Brighton sees its first public performance since 1974 after extensive renovation to the Grade II Victorian Bandstand originally completed in 1884. Brighton, UK 2009 © Howard Davies
The Western Bandstand in Brighton sees its first public performance since 1974 after extensive renovation to the Grade II Victorian Bandstand originally completed in 1884. Brighton, UK 2009 - Howard Davies - 24-07-2009
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24-07-2009 The Western Bandstand in Brighton sees its first public performance since 1974 after extensive renovation to the Grade II Victorian Bandstand originally completed in 1884. Brighton, UK 2009 © Howard Davies
Television transmitter at Bigrigg near Whitehaven. Digital television switchover UK. Whitehaven in Cumbria is the first town in Britain to have exclusively digital television reception when the analog... - Mark Pinder - 10-10-2007
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10-10-2007 Television transmitter at Bigrigg near Whitehaven. Digital television switchover UK. Whitehaven in Cumbria is the first town in Britain to have exclusively digital television reception when the analog... © Mark Pinder
Digital television switchover UK. Whitehaven in Cumbria is the first town in Britain to have exclusively digital television reception when the analogue TV signal is switched off beginning October 17th... - Mark Pinder - 10-10-2007
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10-10-2007 Digital television switchover UK. Whitehaven in Cumbria is the first town in Britain to have exclusively digital television reception when the analogue TV signal is switched off beginning October 17th... © Mark Pinder
Digital television switchover UK. Whitehaven in Cumbria is the first town in Britain to have exclusively digital television reception when the analogue TV signal is switched off beginning October 17th... - Mark Pinder - 10-10-2007
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10-10-2007 Digital television switchover UK. Whitehaven in Cumbria is the first town in Britain to have exclusively digital television reception when the analogue TV signal is switched off beginning October 17th... © Mark Pinder
Digital television switchover UK. Whitehaven in Cumbria is the first town in Britain to have exclusively digital television reception when the analogue TV signal is switched off beginning October 17th... - Mark Pinder - 10-10-2007
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10-10-2007 Digital television switchover UK. Whitehaven in Cumbria is the first town in Britain to have exclusively digital television reception when the analogue TV signal is switched off beginning October 17th... © Mark Pinder
Digital television switchover UK. Whitehaven in Cumbria is the first town in Britain to have exclusively digital television reception when the analogue TV signal is switched off beginning October 17th... - Mark Pinder - 10-10-2007
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10-10-2007 Digital television switchover UK. Whitehaven in Cumbria is the first town in Britain to have exclusively digital television reception when the analogue TV signal is switched off beginning October 17th... © Mark Pinder
Digital television switchover UK. Whitehaven in Cumbria is the first town in Britain to have exclusively digital television reception when the analogue TV signal is switched off beginning October 17th... - Mark Pinder - 10-10-2007
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10-10-2007 Digital television switchover UK. Whitehaven in Cumbria is the first town in Britain to have exclusively digital television reception when the analogue TV signal is switched off beginning October 17th... © Mark Pinder
Digital television switchover UK. Whitehaven in Cumbria is the first town in Britain to have exclusively digital television reception when the analogue TV signal is switched off beginning October 17th... - Mark Pinder - 10-10-2007
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10-10-2007 Digital television switchover UK. Whitehaven in Cumbria is the first town in Britain to have exclusively digital television reception when the analogue TV signal is switched off beginning October 17th... © Mark Pinder
Digital television switchover UK. Whitehaven in Cumbria is the first town in Britain to have exclusively digital television reception when the analogue TV signal is switched off beginning October 17th... - Mark Pinder - 10-10-2007
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10-10-2007 Digital television switchover UK. Whitehaven in Cumbria is the first town in Britain to have exclusively digital television reception when the analogue TV signal is switched off beginning October 17th... © Mark Pinder
Digital television switchover UK. Whitehaven in Cumbria is the first town in Britain to have exclusively digital television reception when the analogue TV signal is switched off beginning October 17th... - Mark Pinder - 10-10-2007
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10-10-2007 Digital television switchover UK. Whitehaven in Cumbria is the first town in Britain to have exclusively digital television reception when the analogue TV signal is switched off beginning October 17th... © Mark Pinder
Digital television switchover UK. Whitehaven in Cumbria is the first town in Britain to have exclusively digital television reception when the analogue TV signal is switched off beginning October 17th... - Mark Pinder - 10-10-2007
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10-10-2007 Digital television switchover UK. Whitehaven in Cumbria is the first town in Britain to have exclusively digital television reception when the analogue TV signal is switched off beginning October 17th... © Mark Pinder
Gay Pride 2007. Central London. - Jess Hurd - 30-06-2007
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30-06-2007 Gay Pride 2007. Central London. © Jess Hurd
The City Academy Bristol pupils performing in a musical concert. - Paul Box - 29-06-2006
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29-06-2006 The City Academy Bristol pupils performing in a musical concert. © Paul Box
The City Academy Bristol pupils and teachers performing in a musical concert. - Paul Box - 29-06-2006
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29-06-2006 The City Academy Bristol pupils and teachers performing in a musical concert. © Paul Box
Daniel Barenboim the guest speaker at the BBC Reith Lectures in Jerusalem. The Israeli conductor, who often visits and conducts in Ramallah on the West Bank spoke about his music and the Israeli - Pal... - Thomas Morley - 23-04-2006
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23-04-2006 Daniel Barenboim the guest speaker at the BBC Reith Lectures in Jerusalem. The Israeli conductor, who often visits and conducts in Ramallah on the West Bank spoke about his music and the Israeli - Pal... © Thomas Morley
Daniel Barenboim the guest speaker at the BBC Reith Lectures in Jerusalem. The Israeli conductor, who often visits and conducts in Ramallah on the West Bank spoke about his music and the Israeli - Pal... - Thomas Morley - 23-04-2006
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23-04-2006 Daniel Barenboim the guest speaker at the BBC Reith Lectures in Jerusalem. The Israeli conductor, who often visits and conducts in Ramallah on the West Bank spoke about his music and the Israeli - Pal... © Thomas Morley
The Israeli Conductor, Daniel Barenboim leads an orchestra of Palestinian musicians in the Ramallah Cultural Palace, to a packed audience. Ramallah, West Bank, Palestine. 2006 - Thomas Morley - 23-04-2006
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23-04-2006 The Israeli Conductor, Daniel Barenboim leads an orchestra of Palestinian musicians in the Ramallah Cultural Palace, to a packed audience. Ramallah, West Bank, Palestine. 2006 © Thomas Morley
Conductor conducting the band and congregation in Portsmouth Cathedral. - Paul Carter - 11-07-2005
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11-07-2005 Conductor conducting the band and congregation in Portsmouth Cathedral. © Paul Carter
Rail Ticket being issued onboard a train - Duncan Phillips - 23-12-2004
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23-12-2004 Rail Ticket being issued onboard a train © Duncan Phillips
Easington Community School, County Durham September 2004 - Roy Peters - 07-10-2004
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07-10-2004 Easington Community School, County Durham September 2004 © Roy Peters
Overshadowing the church of St Andrew's Undershaft, the Swiss Re building stands on the site of the Baltic Exchange at 30 St Mary Axe. The 40 floor building stands 590 ft/179.8 metres high. - Geoff Crawford - 15-01-2004
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15-01-2004 Overshadowing the church of St Andrew's Undershaft, the Swiss Re building stands on the site of the Baltic Exchange at 30 St Mary Axe. The 40 floor building stands 590 ft/179.8 metres high. © Geoff Crawford
Drummers play outside the Headquarters of DEFRA in Smith square during a protest march against GM food production in London. Red placard reads - Fork Off Our Food. October 13th 2003 - Geoff Crawford - 13-10-2003
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13-10-2003 Drummers play outside the Headquarters of DEFRA in Smith square during a protest march against GM food production in London. Red placard reads - Fork Off Our Food. October 13th 2003 © Geoff Crawford
Revenue protection officers checking a passengers ticket.  The passenger is posed by an employee. - Duncan Phillips - 28-11-2002
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28-11-2002 Revenue protection officers checking a passengers ticket. The passenger is posed by an employee. © Duncan Phillips
Credigion County School Choir singing, Wales Education Conference. - John Harris - 23-05-2002
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23-05-2002 Credigion County School Choir singing, Wales Education Conference. © John Harris
London Bus Conductor - Duncan Phillips - 31-01-2002
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31-01-2002 London Bus Conductor © Duncan Phillips
National Youth Jazz Orchestra music workshop at Dean Close School Cheltenham - John Harris - 30-05-1997
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30-05-1997 National Youth Jazz Orchestra music workshop at Dean Close School Cheltenham © John Harris
Polish composer Krzysztof Penderecki rehearsing 1984 the first British performance of Te Deum with the Krakow Symphony Orchestra at the Brighton Festival - Stefano Cagnoni - 16-05-1984
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16-05-1984 Polish composer Krzysztof Penderecki rehearsing 1984 the first British performance of Te Deum with the Krakow Symphony Orchestra at the Brighton Festival © Stefano Cagnoni
Polish composer Krzystof Pendercki 1984 during a break from rehearsing the first British performance of Te Deum with the Krakow Symphony Orchestra at the Brighton Festival - Stefano Cagnoni - 16-05-1984
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16-05-1984 Polish composer Krzystof Pendercki 1984 during a break from rehearsing the first British performance of Te Deum with the Krakow Symphony Orchestra at the Brighton Festival © Stefano Cagnoni
Musicians strike against the BBC closing down orchestras, London 1980 protest with musicians playing on a boat outside the Houses of Parliament - NLA - 27-06-1980
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27-06-1980 Musicians strike against the BBC closing down orchestras, London 1980 protest with musicians playing on a boat outside the Houses of Parliament © NLA
Conductor Mark Elder, Toussaint or The Aristocracy of The skin, World Premiere, English National Opera, London, 1977 - John Sturrock - 26-09-1977
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26-09-1977 Conductor Mark Elder, Toussaint or The Aristocracy of The skin, World Premiere, English National Opera, London, 1977 © John Sturrock
Durham Miners Gala, 1975. Annual procession of The Big Meeting through the City of Durham by miners from the pit villages of the north eastern area. Brass band from Monkwearmouth pit village playing o... - John Sturrock - 19-07-1975
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19-07-1975 Durham Miners Gala, 1975. Annual procession of The Big Meeting through the City of Durham by miners from the pit villages of the north eastern area. Brass band from Monkwearmouth pit village playing o... © John Sturrock
Composer Peter Wiegold conducting, Purcell Rooms, South Bank, London, 1975 - John Sturrock - 02-06-1975
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02-06-1975 Composer Peter Wiegold conducting, Purcell Rooms, South Bank, London, 1975 © John Sturrock
London 1975 Memorial march and one day strike by busmen after the murder of bus conductor Ronald Jones. Violent attacks on bus crews an increasing problem - NLA - 29-01-1975
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29-01-1975 London 1975 Memorial march and one day strike by busmen after the murder of bus conductor Ronald Jones. Violent attacks on bus crews an increasing problem © NLA
London 1975 Memorial march and one day strike by busmen after the murder of bus conductor Ronald Jones. Violent attacks on bus crews an increasing problem - NLA - 29-01-1975
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29-01-1975 London 1975 Memorial march and one day strike by busmen after the murder of bus conductor Ronald Jones. Violent attacks on bus crews an increasing problem © NLA
Hans Werner Henze conducting The Tedious Path To The House of Natasha Ungeheuer, Olympic Theatre Rome 1971. Premiere of Hans Werner Henze political manifesto music with German text by Gustav Salvatore - Arno Hammacher - 17-05-1971
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17-05-1971 Hans Werner Henze conducting The Tedious Path To The House of Natasha Ungeheuer, Olympic Theatre Rome 1971. Premiere of Hans Werner Henze political manifesto music with German text by Gustav Salvatore © Arno Hammacher
Composer Karl Heinz Stockhausen, London, 1970 - Mary Elgin - 14-01-1970
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14-01-1970 Composer Karl Heinz Stockhausen, London, 1970 © Mary Elgin
Japanese conductor Seiji Ozawa and Greek composer Iannis Xenakis, Royal Festival Hall London 1967 - Patrick Eagar - 06-06-1967
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06-06-1967 Japanese conductor Seiji Ozawa and Greek composer Iannis Xenakis, Royal Festival Hall London 1967 © Patrick Eagar
Japanese conductor Seiji Ozawa and Greek composer Iannis Xenakis, Royal Festival Hall London 1967 - Patrick Eagar - 06-06-1967
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06-06-1967 Japanese conductor Seiji Ozawa and Greek composer Iannis Xenakis, Royal Festival Hall London 1967 © Patrick Eagar
Japanese conductor Seiji Ozawa, Royal Festival Hall, London 1967 - Patrick Eagar - 06-06-1967
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06-06-1967 Japanese conductor Seiji Ozawa, Royal Festival Hall, London 1967 © Patrick Eagar
Japanese conductor Seiji Ozawa, Royal Festival Hall, London 1967 - Patrick Eagar - 06-06-1967
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06-06-1967 Japanese conductor Seiji Ozawa, Royal Festival Hall, London 1967 © Patrick Eagar
Performance of Concerto for Eight Hands on Two Pianos composed by Malcolm Williamson, 1965. L to R Richard Rodney Bennett, Peter Maxwell Davies, Malcolm Williamson and Thea Musgrave - Romano Cagnoni - 08-04-1965
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08-04-1965 Performance of Concerto for Eight Hands on Two Pianos composed by Malcolm Williamson, 1965. L to R Richard Rodney Bennett, Peter Maxwell Davies, Malcolm Williamson and Thea Musgrave © Romano Cagnoni
Performance of Concerto for Eight Hands on Two Pianos composed by Malcolm Williamson, 1965. L to R Richard Rodney Bennett, Peter Maxwell Davies, Malcolm Williamson and Thea Musgrave - Romano Cagnoni - 08-04-1965
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08-04-1965 Performance of Concerto for Eight Hands on Two Pianos composed by Malcolm Williamson, 1965. L to R Richard Rodney Bennett, Peter Maxwell Davies, Malcolm Williamson and Thea Musgrave © Romano Cagnoni
Performance of Concerto for Eight Hands on Two Pianos composed by Malcolm Williamson, 1965. L to R Richard Rodney Bennett, Peter Maxwell Davies, Malcolm Williamson and Thea Musgrave - Romano Cagnoni - 08-04-1965
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08-04-1965 Performance of Concerto for Eight Hands on Two Pianos composed by Malcolm Williamson, 1965. L to R Richard Rodney Bennett, Peter Maxwell Davies, Malcolm Williamson and Thea Musgrave © Romano Cagnoni
Composer and conductor Malcolm Arnold in rehearsal, Royal Festival Hall 1960Composer and conductor Malcolm Arnold in rehearsal, Royal Festival Hall 1960Composer and conductor Malcolm Arnold in rehears... - Alan Vines - 01-11-1960
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01-11-1960 Composer and conductor Malcolm Arnold in rehearsal, Royal Festival Hall 1960Composer and conductor Malcolm Arnold in rehearsal, Royal Festival Hall 1960Composer and conductor Malcolm Arnold in rehears... © Alan Vines
Composer and conductor Malcolm Arnold in rehearsal, Royal Festival Hall 1960Composer and conductor Malcolm Arnold in rehearsal, Royal Festival Hall 1960Composer and conductor Malcolm Arnold in rehears... - Alan Vines - 01-11-1960
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01-11-1960 Composer and conductor Malcolm Arnold in rehearsal, Royal Festival Hall 1960Composer and conductor Malcolm Arnold in rehearsal, Royal Festival Hall 1960Composer and conductor Malcolm Arnold in rehears... © Alan Vines
Black bus conductor and schoolboy, London Routemaster bus 1960Black bus conductor and schoolboy, London Routemaster bus 1960Black bus conductor and schoolboy, London Routemaster bus 1960Black bus cond... - Malcolm Aird - 09-09-1960
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09-09-1960 Black bus conductor and schoolboy, London Routemaster bus 1960Black bus conductor and schoolboy, London Routemaster bus 1960Black bus conductor and schoolboy, London Routemaster bus 1960Black bus cond... © Malcolm Aird
Peter Maxwell Davies bowing after a performance of his Sonata for 17 Wind Instruments played by the London Philharmonic Orchestra and conducted by William Steinberg, Royal Festival Hall 1960Peter Maxw... - Alan Vines - 01-06-1960
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01-06-1960 Peter Maxwell Davies bowing after a performance of his Sonata for 17 Wind Instruments played by the London Philharmonic Orchestra and conducted by William Steinberg, Royal Festival Hall 1960Peter Maxw... © Alan Vines
Violinist Endre Wolf, composer Edmund Rubbra and conductor Rudolf Schwarz, dressing room, Royal Festival Hall after a performance of Edmund Rubbra Violin Concerto by the BBC Symphony Orchestra 1960Vio... - Alan Vines - 17-02-1960
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17-02-1960 Violinist Endre Wolf, composer Edmund Rubbra and conductor Rudolf Schwarz, dressing room, Royal Festival Hall after a performance of Edmund Rubbra Violin Concerto by the BBC Symphony Orchestra 1960Vio... © Alan Vines
Violinist Endre Wolf, composer Edmund Rubbra and conductor Rudolf Schwarz, dressing room, Royal Festival Hall after a performance of Edmund Rubbra Violin Concerto by the BBC Symphony Orchestra 1960Vio... - Alan Vines - 17-02-1960
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17-02-1960 Violinist Endre Wolf, composer Edmund Rubbra and conductor Rudolf Schwarz, dressing room, Royal Festival Hall after a performance of Edmund Rubbra Violin Concerto by the BBC Symphony Orchestra 1960Vio... © Alan Vines
Suffolk 1958 Imogen Hols, Benjamin Britten and Peter Pears playing with their small dog Clytie in the garden, Crag House, Aldeburgh - Kurt Hutton - 04-08-1958
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04-08-1958 Suffolk 1958 Imogen Hols, Benjamin Britten and Peter Pears playing with their small dog Clytie in the garden, Crag House, Aldeburgh © Kurt Hutton
American conductor Jascha Horenstein 1958 London - Kurt Hutton - 11-05-1958
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11-05-1958 American conductor Jascha Horenstein 1958 London © Kurt Hutton
Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, German baitone London 1973 - Peter Harrap - 11-01-1973
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11-01-1973 Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, German baitone London 1973 © Peter Harrap
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