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    2. Could we have some pictures please Sioned? How exciting !!!!

    3. My dearest Collette, the pleasure was all ours! Wonderful to have you with us and well done on the pics etc.

      Merry Christmas and have a great time in Florida over New Year.

      See you in Feb.

      All the best.

      Pat Broderick x

    4. Couldn’t quite believe it’s been that long a time either! It’s gone so fast ….thanks for all you’ve done for us Hannah.

    5. Yes Collette as Patrick says, it was great to have you with us.
      Have fun in the States, Happy Christmas and see you soon.
      Huw xx

    6. good luck Collette : ) hope doing well

    7. What a lovely write-up about a lovely person and personal friend. I spent many happy hours at David’s house just chatting and maybe having a “panad” and occasionally cake!. He would tell me about all the new developments in his research work and the progress of The Cathedral Press from the time that he took it over from Peter James and before. He would speak about the efficiency of Graeme and others and their capability. The making of the various video clips and all the other hard work which he and the team were undertaking.
      Your statement above Peryn, focuses exactly how David was and I thank you for that.

      Thank you David for being an enviable example to us all.

      With memories.


    8. Goodbye, Dad. It’s a bit strange without you, but I think that we can cope. You were right that you didn’t have too many years left to you. I hope you don’t mind that I’m having to get rid of a lot of your stuff at home now. I’m also having to get rid of some of my stuff to make room in my flat for some of your stuff! We’re hoping to have a grand sale of your music books in Bangor Music Department in a few weeks or months: staff and students only, I believe.

    9. I think it’s fair to say that David was a great man. Respected not only for his musical genius but also for being such a downtoearth and personable man. He touched so many lives and has kept his students permenantly amused and inspired by his stories and work ethic. You will be greatly missed by your family and wider family who also adored you as a father/ grandfather figure. I hope you’re up there with the great composers relishing in the knowledge we all can spot a consecutive 5th at 5 paces. God bless you.