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Classical Music's Strangest Concerts and Characters
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Extracted from five hundred years of musical history, this work is a collection of stories about classical music's most unusual concerts and characters, such as that of the organist caught with his trousers down or the orchestra that played faster and faster so that its members could catch the last train home.

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Brian Levison has a lifelong interest in cricket and played club cricket for several years. His books include the highly acclaimed cricket anthology All in a Day's Play (Constable, 2012) and Amazing & Extraordinary Facts: Cricket (David & Charles, 2012). He was one of six writers and commentators selected for the MCC's 'Cricket's Crown Jewels' exhibition in the Lord's Museum celebrating 150 years of the Wisden Cricketers' Almanack in 2014.

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