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St Paul’s Cathedral

St Paul’s Cathedral Church Yard, EC4

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  1. Listened to a fine rendition of "Don't Let The Sun Go Down On Me", among other things, played by a marvellously skilled woman, while sitting on the water fountain by St. Paul's Cathedral on a glorius Sunday afternoon.

    To say it made my day is an understatement - it made my week.

    THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR THESE PIANOS!
    One of the best ideas in the history of popular culture EVER!

    PLEASE make it a regular annual thing!
    London benefits wonderfully from it!

    Joe, 21
  2. I was handed a flyer about piano tuition while I was enjoying playing the piano at St Pauls. My one-handed playing has become more fluent during the week, and I have started playing two notes at once when the music has them ...
  3. Tried this piano today. The sustain pedal is broken unfortuantely.

    PS. Those pictures by Sarah McGinty below are actually Patternoster Square.
  4. Let's try that again---magical moment, volunteer page turner, a passerby who said, "Thank you," and a bunch of falcons with bells on swooping around Paternoster Square.
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  5. How magical was this? There were volunteer page turners, a woman who powered by saying "Thank you," and a team of falconers on my elbow whose three enormous birds (the one that strafed me had bells on) doing loop-de-loops through the Square.
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