LETTERS
Sedaka magic

IN assessing the massive contribution that many Jewish composers have made to music and the arts, let's not forget the enormous talent of Neil Sedaka.

The phenomenal success of his hit record Happy Birthday Sweet Sixteen says everything positive about being a young teenager setting out on life's full journey with the world at your feet.

Whenever I hear that record being played on the radio, it still gives me a buzz.

Howard Gardner,
Sale,
Cheshire.

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