Christmas music is being spoken about, and I always get a little grumpy about something, (I'm aloud to, I'm 55). In 1975, Greg Lake released a Christmas Single called "I Believe in Father Chtristmas", which got to no.2 in the charts. Now don't get me wrong, a fabulous song, which, when I was teaching, I used to have my school choir singing, with one of my trumpet players playing the clever quote from Prokofiev's "Lt Kiji" suite, namely "Troika". This is the problem. Ever since then, "Troika" has become a Christmas tune. A lovely little piece, which has now been denigrated to a couple of months of the year.