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Dave Harwood
19 Feb 2024 at 01:51
I found these letters in the 'Belfast News-Letter' dated 17th July 1989:
“DAVID BROWN, Koinonia Pottinger's Entry, Belfast. Tom Collins writes: Mr Brown has misread my piece. It was not an attack on the music but a criticism of ‘most music shops’ which restrict the choice of what music lovers can buy. He obviously believes his shop falls into this category.”
“SIR — We, at Koinonia, join with your music critic, Tom Collins (record review, Monday, July 3), in welcoming a second specialist classical recording outlet to central Belfast — Classical Tracks. Added competition will be good for the customer.”



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