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10] Turn a corner - Find your way - Climb the hills - Reaching high - Follow the wind - Touch the sky. Notes.
Release Date:January 1987. Publisher:Scribner Educational Publishers.
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He drank the coffee and started to read his newspaper. When Harald woke up, Carl showed him a page in the paper. There you are,’ he said. He pointed to a picture.
CHAPTER 1 The air hostess smiled: ‘Welcome aboard, sir. Would you like a newspaper?’ ‘Yes, please. Carl took the newspaper and looked at the ticket. l’m in seat 5F. Where’s that?’ ‘lt’s near the front of the plane, sir. On the left, there. He drank the coffee and started to read his newspaper. In the middle of the picture stood Carl himself - a short thin man with grey hair, wearing a suit. Behind him, on the left, was Harald - a tall, strong young man, like a sportsman.
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Sarah touches my shoulder. See you’ve met The Maestro, she says to me, casually touching Joe’s back as she slips into her chair – first chair clarinet – where I should be sitting.
Sarah touches my shoulder. She opens her case, starts putting together her instrument. Joe studied at a conservatory in Fronce.
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