excerpt from 'Letters of the Evans-Pughe family' (120 words)

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Letters of the Evans-Pughe family

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TO: The Rev. J and Mrs. Evans-Pughe,  Tovil Vicarage, Maidstone, Kent

FROM: John Evans-Pughe, 16, Trinity College Dublin, Eire

DATE: Sunday 12 November 1950

…Jervis has an excellent radio-gram, and he claims to like listening to me practising the violin (it must have been the novelty of the noise), but I have plenty of time to practise while he is out…there is the possibility of my storing someone’ [sic] quite good piano in my rooms and having the use of it…. At present I’m listening to a recording of Haydn’s symphony no. 94 on the radiogram ---- the symphony over we now listen to a recording of Casals playing Dvorak’s cello concerto….

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