Out of tune

2nd November 2007 at 00:00

FErret's been skipping General Studies - or he would have known some famous East Anglian musicians ("Taking the Mick", October 19). I don't know his tastes but he could have opted for Benjamin Britten from Lowestoft, or Brian Eno (right) from Woodbridge. By the way, the latter was an FE student in the Art School at Ipswich (now part of Suffolk College to which the music students were travelling). He was in one of my classes there in about 1970.

Geoff Melling, Oakey Lane, London, SE1 3HL.

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