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1. Falling prod. Lee Ono

Falling prod. Lee Ono

For this instrumental, I tried making something that was chill but had a punchy bassline. I really got into it and I hope it shows. I put this track on Youtube and Audiomack if you want to listen to it somewhere else. If you like what you hear subscribe for more dope content! ============================================================ Track Links: Audiomack: Youtube: =========================================================== Lee Ono Info: Audiomack: YouTube: Soundcloud: You already here! Twitter: Email: [email protected]

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2. [Free] TM88 Type Beat "New Life" prod x Lee Ono

[Free] TM88 Type Beat

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3. No Doubts prod. Lee Ono

No Doubts prod. Lee Ono

I made this track inspired by one of my favorite Twitch streamers, SuniDey! I used some of her singing for the vocal chops. Here's the clip where the vocal chops are from: Here's Suni's Twitch: Check it out!

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4. Patience


Made a quick beat sampling part of Quari Banks interview with The Lo Down. Check out part of it here

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7. Lee Sang-geol - You're The Only...-JPN Version (Masatochi Ono Cover)

Lee Sang-geol - You're The Only...-JPN Version (Masatochi Ono Cover)

All Vocals by Sang-geol Lee *Voice Overdubbed, *Digital Re-Mastered Version

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8. Lee Sang-geol - You're The Only...-KOR Version (Masatochi Ono Cover)

Lee Sang-geol - You're The Only...-KOR Version (Masatochi Ono Cover)

All Vocals by Sang-geol Lee *Voice Overdubbed, *Digital Re-Mastered Version

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10. Sabia Ft. Esther Lee (Lisa Ono)

Sabia Ft. Esther Lee (Lisa Ono)

Music by Lisa Ono Voice: Esther Lee Guitar: Daniel Espinosa Lafuente

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11. Trippin' [Prod. Smoko Ono]

  • Published: 2014-08-11T17:03:30Z
  • By Hugh Lee
Trippin' [Prod. Smoko Ono]

First single from Hugh Lee's FRESHHEIR project. Prod. @Smoko-ono

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12. Yoko Ono

Yoko Ono

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13. 大野 (Ono)

大野 (Ono)

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14. S2.E22: Simply Surrender w. Frankie Lee III (dancer)

S2.E22: Simply Surrender w. Frankie Lee III (dancer)

Frankie Lee III is a professional contemporary ballerino who lives life as though it is all one giant dance. Once a very angry and combative youth, he found spirituality and connection through dance. A very kind and outgoing young man, it’s hard to believe he ever chose attitude over gratitude. Listen in as we talk about what happens when you #simplysurrender. 0:29 “And the day came when the risk to remain tight in a bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom” –Anais Nin 4:50 Introduce Frankie Lee III + Spirituality 13:46 Inspiration for dance comes from everywhere 15:49 Preparation is equally as important as the ta-da moment 20:21 Prayer is just preparation for the day and not necessarily religious 27:08 Repentance, responsibility for your actions, and being appreciative 31:27 Giving back what you’ve been taught (Plant good seeds) 35:57 Chill: I can relate to almost anyone, which he learned through forgiveness Ambition: To be a vessel for dance 36:59 Needing to forgive others to let of the hate 43:55 Frankie defines a successful performance 46:16 Surrender as a power 47:48 O+NO Takeaways 50:28 QYDKWR: Can you think of a time when you finally let go of the outcome and it came out better than expected?

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15. O.N.O.

  • Published: 2016-06-27T06:22:24Z
  • By SLRxDG

SLR ft. Lil Bini

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16. Yoko Ono - Yes, I'm Your Angel (2010 Stripped Down Remix)

  • Published: 2012-02-18T16:17:18Z
  • By Yoko Ono
Yoko Ono - Yes, I'm Your Angel (2010 Stripped Down Remix)

John Lennon’s final album, 1980’s Double Fantasy, is a stirring mixture of songs about love and family as well as plenty of odes to unabashed rock ‘n’ roll. This new version, Double Fantasy Stripped Down, features the original album as well as Lennon’s original mix, which pares down the instrumentation and gives more focus to Lennon’s amazing vocals. JOHN LENNON & YOKO ONO - DOUBLE FANTASY (STRIPPED DOWN) 1. (Just Like) Starting Over 2. Kiss Kiss Kiss 3. Cleanup Time 4. Give Me Something 5. I'm Losing You 6. I'm Moving On 7. Beautiful Boy (Darling Boy) 8. Watching The Wheels 9. Yes, I'm Your Angel 10. Woman 11. Beautiful Boys 12. Dear Yoko 13. Every Man Has A Woman Who Loves Him 14. Hard Times Are Over _____________________________________________________________________ Since 1975, the year his son, Sean was born, John Lennon's life had seen some unaccustomed tranquility, later called the Dakota Days. While John had devoted himself to fatherhood and domesticity, he asked Yoko to supervise their business affairs. The exchange of roles which they exercised, gave food for thought to all couples then and now. But at the time, the wider world could not comprehend what John was doing. John's withdrawal as a recording artist was unprecedented. Suddenly, in 1980, a welcome surprise was heard. John went into the studio with Yoko to make the next album. From its inception, then, Double Fantasy was a John and Yoko collaboration, just as their early "avant garde" albums had been. And in its "Heart Play" of alternating viewpoints, it formalised a pattern they'd instinctively adopted on Some Time In New York City. Yoko: "We thought Double Fantasy was a fresh and unique idea. John was concerned that another singer/songwriter couple might do an album of this format before us, and thought it was important to do this album right away. But nobody did it, and nobody has done it since then. It was probably not a very easy record to make for any singer/songwriter couple. We were just very lucky that we didn't even have a fight between us while making it. It was a miracle." "After the five-year hiatus, for John to come out and do his album, the whole of the music industry was totally, totally excited and they all wanted John's music and was not very happy, that I was there. So, while we were recording, John really had to protect me, in so many ways." Double Fantasy was a brave album on John's part, and not only for his loyalty to Yoko. Here was a man whose image was frozen in rock 'n' roll, with all its connotations of youth, rebellion and extremity. Yet his goal this time was to address middle age, and the generation who had grown up with him, and to consider questions - of parenthood, of marriage, of mature relations between the sexes - that pop music scarcely touches. The silvery tinkle of bells that introduces '(Just Like) Starting Over' was a deliberate contrast to the ominous tolling that opened John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band ten years earlier. Double Fantasy was to embrace the future with hope, and treat the past with affection. Two heroes of his youth, Elvis Presley and Roy Orbison, are playfully mimicked in John's first track, a life-affirming celebration of the new decade just dawning. Yoko responds with 'Kiss Kiss Kiss', flagrantly sensuous; in the Lennons' mind, "double fantasy" had definite erotic aspects. Yet this was not a one-dimensional depiction of bliss. 'Cleanup Time' tells of John's resolve to face the future in better shape, but Yoko's 'Give Me Something' is a stinging challenge to show emotional engagement. 'I'm Losing You' and 'I'm Moving On' plunge still deeper into discord, the former like an echo of John's "Lost Weekend" record Walls And Bridges, the latter a second instance of Yoko as the impatient realist. "It's not a happy go lucky album," she affirms. "John's song 'I'm Losing You', even now when I hear that, I get choked up. And 'I'm Moving On' Well ... that was how we were." Tensions melt with wonderful suddenness in 'Beautiful Boy (Darling Boy)', John's tender song for Sean. Within the narrative flow of this album, it's as if the arrival of a child has wrought a transformational magic. 'Watching The Wheels' is the contented father's defiance of a world so silly it thinks he could possibly have any role more important. And in 'Yes, I'm Your Angel', the parents enjoy a little recuperative time together. We reach the album's pivotal point, perhaps, in John's outstanding 'Woman' - a song that is often compared with his 'Girl' of 15 years earlier, as a measure of the man's personal development. In Yoko's 'Beautiful Boys' we hear a stirring message of encouragement for any man on such a path. The remaining songs serve to consolidate this hard-won harmony. John's 'Dear Yoko', propelled by exuberant Buddy Holly gurgles, shines with the same pure joy as Imagine's 'Oh Yoko!'. Her own 'Every Man Has A Woman Who Loves Him' is similarly sweet. And her wistful 'Hard Times Are Over' draws the story to Its graceful conclusion - though its message is subtly qualified, we note, by the cautious addition of "for awhile" ... There would, of course, be no further recordings issued in John Lennon's lifetime. It's true there were still some unheard songs, most notably on Double Fantasy's intended sequel Milk And Honey - but they were for another day. On December 9th, 1980, the world awoke to ponder what it had lost. Thirty years has passed. And in 2010, the year of Lennon's 70th birthday, Yoko was happy to know that EMI was planning a big tribute to John. She wanted to do something very powerful to enhance the project. 'Stripdown,' she heard, was what musicians were doing now. "That was right up John's alley. So I asked Jack Douglas, the co-producer of the original Double Fantasy, to join me to make this edition. Both Jack and I were the closest people to John when we were making the original Double Fantasy. I'm sure John's sudden passing was painful for Jack, too. So we hadn't been in touch. But now I'm glad I reached to him this time. We worked well .. and fast, since we were both there for the original recording." Stripped Down was re-mixed by Yoko and Jack Douglas in Avatar Studios in New York. "I'm so glad I decided to do this." says Yoko. "I never liked the way songs were mixed in the 70s and the 80s, raising the tracks and burying the voice. In this Stripdown, John's voice comes across so powerfully. His voice, his diction, are all very clear in these remixes. His voice is going back to the days of John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band. His soul was talking to you directly then. Now it is in Stripped Down. In that sense, this is the first Double Fantasy you'll be hearing ... with John's natural voice, and his lyrics clear as a bell. He is brilliant. No other rocker was ever able to come near him in his voice, his passion, and in his articulation. He is a modern day Shakespeare in his diction. And Stripped Down shows this." John Lennon's singing voice really deserves to be heard in a pure state. It's Yoko's belief that John's thoughts and feelings - so timeless in their relevance - should sound as immediate as he wished his message to be. Experienced this way, the songs have much the same immediacy as his powerful solo debut John Lennon/ Plastic Ono Band. Freed from the legacy of sometimes dated technology, these are now recordings for today, and of course, for the future. _____________________________________________________________________ Double Fantasy A Heart Play by John Lennon & Yoko Ono DISC 1: STRIPPED DOWN Produced and Remixed by Yoko Ono and Jack Douglas. Remix Engineer: Jay Messina. Assistant Engineer: Justin Gerrish Mixed at Avatar Studios, New York City. Re-Mix preparation at West End Sound NYC. AID transfers done at Sony Battery NYC. Transfer Engineer: Tim Sturges. Mastered by George Marino at Sterling Sound NYC. A&R: Rob Stevens _____________________________________________________________________ DISC 2: ORIGINAL ALBUM Produced by John Lennon, Yoko Ono and Jack Douglas. Engineer: Lee DeCarlo. Assistant Engineers: Jon Smith, James Ball, Julie Last. Guitarists: John Lennon, Earl Slick (Courtesy of Columbia Records), Hugh McCracken. Bass Guitar: Tony Levin. Keyboards: John Lennon, George Small. Drums: Andy Newmark. Percussion: Arthur Jenkins, Jr. Oberheim: Ed Walsh. Voice: John Lennon, Yoko Ono. Background Singers: Cas Mijac aka: Michelle Simpson, Cassandra Wooten, Cheryl Mason Jacks, Eric Troyer (Courtesy of Chrysalis Records), Benny Cummings Singers - Kings Temple Choir (Courtesy of New Birth Records). Drum: Robert Greenidge on 'Beautiful Boy'. Hammer Dulcimer: Matthew Cunningham on 'Watching The Wheels'. English Concertina: Randy Stein. Horn Players: Howard Johnson, Grant Hungetiord, John Parran, Seldon Powell, George 'Young' Opalisky, Roger Rosenberg, David Tofani, Ronald Tooley. Musical Associate: Tony Davilio - also Horn Arrangement on 'Yes, I'm Your Angel'. Production Assistants: Frederic Seaman, Toshihiro Hamaya Recorded and Remixed at Hit Factory, New York. Single Remix at Record Plant, New York. Mastering at Sterling Sound, New York. Mastered by George Marino Art Direction: John Lennon, Yoko Ono. Artwork: Christopher Wharf/Art Hotel All tracks © Lenono Music except 2, 4, 6,9,11, 13,14©Ono Music _____________________________________________________________________ Remaster Project Production Producer: Yoko Ono. Remastered by George Marino at Sterling Sound, 2010. Art direction by Yoko Ono. New 2010 front & back cover drawings by Sean Lennon (based on photography by Kishin Shinoyama). Design by Peacock. Artwork Co-ordinator: Karla Merrifield. Photo research: Xilonen Oreshnick 'Peace Brother' drawing by John Lennon Sleeve notes by Paul Du Noyer. Additional Photography: Bob Gruen, Nishi F. Saimaru, Kishin Shinoyama, David Spindel, Allan Tannenbaum Gatefold images: John and Yoko leaving the Dakota, first day of recording - August 4, 1980: Paul Goresh John and Yoko on 44th Street, last day of recording - December 6, 1980: © Bob Gruen/ _____________________________________________________________________ Special thanks to: Starting with Jack Douglas, our original Co-producer, I'd like to thank him and the musicians who have been involved in the making of the original Double Fantasy. You were all brilliant and wonderful. I still love each one of you. I would like to give a special thanks to David Geffen for giving John and I the freedom to make the album in the way we wanted to. This album would never have been made without your wisdom of allowing us to be us. And thank you Sean, after many days of hesitation, you finally did the drawings for the front and back covers of this very special Stripped Down CD for your dad and your mom. All sorts of memory of that time came back to you, you said .. I know how hard it must have been. This is a thank you from me and your dad. Finally, John. Thank you for having done the album with me, at the time of such importance for your career. I was a very lucky woman. We made a bit of a mess out of our lives, didn't we? I know we never thought that. But we did. Though for you and me, it was grand all the way. I love you! Yoko

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17. Yoko Ono - I Love You, Earth

  • Published: 2011-04-05T13:36:05Z
  • By Yoko Ono
Yoko Ono - I Love You, Earth

Find out more about EARTH DAY - 22 April 2014 - at I LOVE YOU, EARTH I love you, Earth You are beautiful, I love the way you are. I know I never said it to you, But I wanna say it now. I love you, I love you, I love you, Earth. I love you, I love you, I love you now. I love you, Earth You are beautiful, I love the way you shine. I love your valleys, I love your mornings, In fact I love you every day. I know I never said it to you Why, I would never know. Over blue mountains, over green fields, I wanna scream about it now. I love you, I love you, I love you, Earth. I love you, I love you, I love you now. You are our meeting point of infinity, You are our turning point in eternity. I love you, I love you, I love you, Earth. I love you, I love you, I love you now. Starpeace is Yoko Ono's 1985 concept album, designed to spread a message of peace around the world as an opposition to Ronald Reagan's "Star Wars" missile defense system. Vocals - YOKO ONO Keyboards - Bernie Worrell, Jeff Bova Guitar - Eddie Martinez Violin - Shankar Bass - Robbie Shakespeare Percussion - Sly Dunbar, Tony Williams, Aïyb Dieng, Daniel Ponce, Anton Fier Whistle - Tony Levin Background Vocals - Bernard Fowler, Yolanda Lee Lewis and Nona Hendryx Produced by Bill Laswell and Yoko Ono Recorded and mixed by Rob Stevens

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18. Berner feat. Chris Brown, Wiz Khalifa & Big K.R.I.T. - Yoko (Ono) (Extended Remix)

Berner feat. Chris Brown, Wiz Khalifa & Big K.R.I.T. - Yoko (Ono) (Extended Remix)

Lyrics: Bust a couple bands Blow my 100 fast I just made a hundred off of 50 pay Where them bad Asian bitches holdin down my city at? Where them girls from the A with that pretty face? Round thing, I'm on that loud thang Pop another bottle, shooting corks at the crowd: dang! Yeah, I'm a stunna, nah, I ain't faded tho Young dude with the lazy flow Watch all these ladies go Crazy when I pull up right beside em I do a buck 30, I'm just into flying I smell like dirty money, plus the cookie that I'm lighting Bucket's full of ice and bottles with fire inside em [Hook] Call em Yoko Ono Only ride solo Mission for the dolo One look in her eyes, she'll eat you alive She's a man eater, ski mask diva She might leave you, but you can never leave her You ain't never had someone, you can never keep her Tricking on the next man, he can't have her either.. Call her Yoko Ono Got a boatload of them Asian hoes On vacation steady bakin with Jamaican hoes I got cash boy, I don't care what you makin ho 50 thousand on my wrist: I'm feedin eskimos Damn! Put VA on this shit Buy 100 fuckin bottles, let em spray in this bitch My money flow real long, I do relays in this bitch And you know I kill songs, it's Burner, CB & Wiz Alright now, ha, look at me, rose, I'm on nigga 15 grand on a what That's just my phone, nigga Northern California, where blunts look like cones, nigga Two up, two down, make that switch, yeah [Hook] Call em Yoko Ono Only ride solo Mission for the dolo One look in her eyes, she'll eat you alive She's a man eater, ski mask diva She might leave you, but you can never leave her You ain't never had someone, you can never keep her Tricking on the next man, he can't have her either.. Call her Yoko Ono [Wiz Khalifa] Shades on, Polo white T Me leaving here alone? That's unlikely.. Not a stoner bitch, but she like me Tryna get that final cut like Spike Lee I jack them hoes, direct them hoes Take em home and let them hoes go live out their fantasies They're popping pills, I'm rolling weed Even got a couple bad bitches overseas Out the back, ain't no tags when I'm shopping And my bag filled with options so don't ask what it cost I'm in a Maserati coupe going so fast that I lost em And my bitch got so much swag that these bad bitches on us Ah! Killing y'all, pow! (dag) get a a coffin

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19. Yoko Ono to Curate Meltdown at Southbank Centre, London, UK in 2013

  • Published: 2012-11-08T12:28:11Z
  • By Yoko Ono
Yoko Ono to Curate Meltdown at Southbank Centre, London, UK in 2013

Woman's Hour, BBC Radio 4, Thursday 8 November 2012 Jenni Murray speaks to Jude Rogers, music journalist for The Guardian and Jane Beese, head of contemporary music at Southbank Centre. -------------------------- Worldwide cultural icon YOKO ONO brings a lifetime of achievement in music, visual art and peace activism to Southbank Centre. Yoko Ono, who will celebrate her 80th birthday next year (on 18th Feb 2013) has today been announced as the director of Southbank Centre’s Meltdown Festival 2013. In curating the festival in its 20th anniversary year, the iconic musician and artist follows in the footsteps of some of music’s biggest names including David Bowie, Patti Smith, Jarvis Cocker and Massive Attack. Yoko Ono’s Meltdown (14th - 23rd June 2013) will be led by the artist’s dedication to music across all genres, environmentalism, feminism and peace. As well as featuring iconic names from the world of music and arts, Meltdown will at the same time be an opportunity to discover new and emerging talent from around the world. For 20 years Meltdown has invited internationally renowned musicians to create once-in-a-lifetime experiences at Southbank Centre. Tasking artists to take over the 21-acre artistic site, Meltdown is renowned for unique events and artist-led programming, from Jeff Buckley’s final UK show, to the New York Dolls reuniting, and a rare live performance from Cocteau Twins’ Elizabeth Fraser. Yoko Ono is no stranger to the festival, having performed as part of both Patti Smith’s Meltdown in 2005 and Ornette Coleman’s Meltdown in 2009, and her return for the 2013 festival promises to have 10 days of not-to-be missed performances. Yoko Ono said today: “I am deeply honoured to curate the world-famous Meltdown Festival. In doing so I am aware of the great tradition of experimentalism mixed with classicism that has made the festival such an enduring part of the British Arts landscape. I am now starting to approach names from all over the world, some of whom you will know and some who might be new to your world. Let the fun begin! ”. To stay up to date with the latest #Meltdown 2013 news & ticket info: Join the mailing list at Twitter: Follow Facebook: Like -------------------------- THE FULL LINE-UP FOR MELTDOWN IS TO BE ANNOUNCED IN 2013 -------------------------- Yoko Ono’s Meltdown is part of Southbank Centre’s summer festival sponsored by MasterCard. The Observer is Media Partner of Meltdown 2013. For press information please contact: Oliver Krug – [email protected] / 020 7921 0676 / 07852 842912 Lara Delaney – [email protected] / 020 7921 0917 -------------------------- About Meltdown Festival (1993 – present) Southbank Centre’s annual Meltdown festival has been running since 1993 and each year invites a different cultural figure to act as director of the event and pick the performers of their choosing. Previous directors include: Elvis Costello, David Bowie, Patti Smith, Lee Scratch-Perry, Morrissey, Massive Attack, Jarvis Cocker, Nick Cave, Scott Walker, John Peel, Ornette Coleman, Richard Thomson, Laurie Anderson, Ray Davies and Antony. Performers have included musicians, artists, filmmakers and comedians and have included Jeff Buckley, Nina Simone, Ivor Cutler, Radiohead, Grace Jones, Sir Michael Palin, Damon Albarn, Sir Les Paterson, Nancy Sinatra and The Master Musicians of Jajouka. Meltdown has a reputation for staging one-off performances and collaborations by legendary artists. The New York Dolls reunited for Morrissey; Jeff Buckley played his final UK show at Elvis Costello's Meltdown; Nick Cave, Grace Jones and Pete Doherty sang Disney songs with Jarvis Cocker; Patti Smith performed Horses in full for her Meltdown; Ray Davies re-staged the TV pop show Ready Steady Go!, and a rare live performance from Cocteau Twins’ Elizabeth Fraser as part of Antony’s Meltdown. -------------------------- About Yoko Ono Yoko Ono is an award-winning multi-media artist and peace activist, who constantly challenges and stretches the traditional boundaries of sculpture, painting, theater and music. Her seminal performance art in the early 1960s, experimental films and collaborative music with John Lennon in the 1970s and international one-woman shows and retrospectives during the 1980s, 1990s and 2000s illustrate her varied career. Some of Yoko Ono’s achievements include: Grammy Award 1982 – “Double Fantasy” Album of the Year; Yoko Ono and John Lennon – Artists and Producers, NYC MOJO Lifetime Achievement Award 2009 – MOJO music magazine, London Golden Lion Award for Lifetime Achievement in Art 2009, Venice Bienniale, Venice, Italy ArtTable Award 2010 – Distinguished Service to the Visual Arts, NYC 3rd Hiroshima Art Prize 2011, Hiroshima, Japan Oskar Kokoschka Prize for Applied Arts 2012, Vienna, Austria Yoko Ono is well known for her peace initiatives both by herself and, later, with events created with her husband John Lennon: Bed-In for Peace and War Is Over! (If You Want It). She is now widely known for her more recent events with her IMAGINE PEACE TOWER in Iceland and participatory Wish Trees throughout the world. Reflecting on her reputation for being outrageous, Yoko smiles and says, "I do have to rely on my own judgement. I have my own rhythm and my own timing, and that's simply how it is." -------------------------- About Southbank Centre Southbank Centre is the UK’s largest arts centre, occupying a 21-acre site that sits in the midst of London’s most vibrant cultural quarter on the South Bank of the Thames. The site has an extraordinary creative and architectural history stretching back to the 1951 Festival of Britain. Southbank Centre is home to the Royal Festival Hall, Queen Elizabeth Hall, Purcell Room and the Hayward Gallery as well as The Saison Poetry Library and the Arts Council Collection. For further information please visit

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