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Re: Clive Robbins' Obituary

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  • ted.wrinch
    Cool. Warrah s an interesting name! I am more inclined these days to think that, like Pete K, Der Staudi is a bit unhinged. I mean - I claiming I m an expert
    Message 1 of 3 , Dec 28, 2011
      Cool. Warrah's an interesting name!

      I am more inclined these days to think that, like Pete K, Der Staudi is a bit unhinged. I mean - I claiming I'm an expert on the Orient now!!?

      T.

      Ted Wrinch

      --- In anthroposophy_tomorrow@yahoogroups.com, Michael Gorbachev <berlin194533@...> wrote:
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      > Yes, I knew Clive Robbins personally. The obituary alludes to his time in Sydney Australia, however fails to mention that the Nordorff Robbins Work and Centre for music therapy for the disabled was founded and supported by another Anthroposophical organisation which has a high repute in Sydney and is not aligned with the Camphill movement, - Warrah (A Rudolf Steiner based organisation for the disabled).
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      > Clive Robbins is pictured with Paul McArtney; he had many influential artists support his work over the years including such as Elton John. When the lieks of a Peter Studenmier feigns to criticise Anthroposophy and the work of those who work out of Anthroposophy, he is in the minority and is left behind by his bigotory. Sensible reasonable people laugh at fools like Peter Studenmier. But he is a product of old school old thinking long left behind by Anthroposophy.
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      > Michael Gorbachev.
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      > ________________________________
      > From: ted.wrinch <ted.wrinch@...>
      > To: anthroposophy_tomorrow@yahoogroups.com
      > Sent: Tuesday, 27 December 2011, 23:43
      > Subject: [anthroposophy_tomorrow] Clive Robbins' Obituary
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      > There have been obituaries in the Times and Guardian for Clive Robbins: 'Educationist and pioneer of music therapy for children with disabilities'. He worked by "following the principles of imagination and creativity promoted by the Austrian philosopher Rudolf Steiner.".
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      > http://www.guardian.co.uk/music/2011/dec/25/clive-robbins
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      > T.
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      > Ted Wrinch
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