Serenade No.9 in D major K.320 (Posthorn) Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
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Chopin’s rough guide to Britain: ‘crafty’ locals and ‘dreadful’ weather
Chopin travelled on to Keir in Perthshire, the home of William Stirling (pictured), where there were “30 people, very beautiful, very spiritual, very original, very deaf, even an illustrious name (Sir Walpole) blind. Dresses, diamonds, pimples on noses, beautiful hair, marvellous outfits, the beauty of the devil himself, and the devil without the beauty. The last category is the least rare,” Chopin wrote.